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Prateek kumar Jain January 16, 2008 22:55

asking for books to start learning cfd
 
Hello sir,

I am veruy much intrested in the field of computational fluid dynamics.but i am not having resources for studying about it . can you please tell me the books i should refer to that are easily availble in the market for beginers. from where i can get the software for cfd. i shall be grateful to you if you could help me out inb this field.

thanking you, Prateek kumar jain 2nd year ,mechanical engineering banch National Institute of Technology Raipur chhattisgarh INDIA

Rami January 17, 2008 03:29

Re: asking for books to start learning cfd
 
A very easy, clear and short textbook, that is a good starting point is

S.V. Patankar, Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow, Hemisphere.

Another clear, more modern and more detailed book is

J.H. Ferziger and M. Peric, Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Springer.


Mayur January 17, 2008 03:55

Re: asking for books to start learning cfd
 
2nd year is too early to start learning CFD.

mukul shrivastava January 24, 2008 14:11

Re: asking for books to start learning cfd
 
hello prateek, you can start with andersons book.


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