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Old   July 5, 1998, 01:49
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Sudip Kumar ghosh
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I am an undergraduate student at Govt. College of Engg. Pune I am interested in finding out more on CFD esp. its application in combustion analysis. I would be glad if someone could suggest some good books or other reference material keeping in mind my academic background. THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR HELP! SUDIP
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Old   July 8, 1998, 09:46
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nikhil chandhok
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Hi,

I am a 4th year engineering student at pict working on a project on visualization of streamlines in unstructured grids at cdac Pune . I would appreciate any help from anybody as i have no experience on the same .

thanks a lot,

nikhil
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Old   July 10, 1998, 02:39
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Madhusuden Agrawal
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I am senior CFD Analyst in a pure CFD company in Pune. I am using Fluent's codes extensively for variety of CFD simulations including combustion. You can can visit our office, we will be able advice you about how to enhance your CFD knowledge. Our office address is -

Flow Consultants India, Flat 1 & 2, Green Terrace, South Main Road, Koregaon Park, Pune-1, INDIA; ph - +91-212-631384

...Madhu
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Old   July 10, 1998, 11:11
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I am woundering if any person has moddeled confined vortex breakdown using a commerical CFD package/or otherwise, and if so what turbulenmce model would best mimic the vortex type flow behaviour. Also what numerical scheme would aquire the most accurate numerical solution.

Regards vortex
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Old   July 23, 1998, 11:50
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R. Sukumar
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Check out:

http://www.cfdrc.com/~Applications/Combustion/
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Old   August 3, 1998, 15:14
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Lokesh Agrawal
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Hi Nikhil,

You can contact Prof. Shevare of Aerospace Engg. Dept. at IIT Bombay. He can certainly help you and he has worked on the similar lines. His email id is

shevare@aero.iitb.ernet.in

With best wishes

lokesh
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Old   August 28, 1998, 02:34
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K.JEYAMANI MOHAN DOSS
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Respected sir,

i am post gradjuate student in appliied mechanics in iit delhi ,now i have decided to do project on cfd ,so give me name of good books and give me information about use of cfd in various industries in india & all over world.if send this it will be more help full for me.

thank u sir,

jeyamani

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Old   September 13, 1998, 11:28
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Vijay Thaker
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There are many books and softwares regarding CFD. Any way, you are online with a good cfd link (CFD-Online.com) I recommend the book by Dr. John D. Anderson Jr. "Computational Fluid Dyanmics : The basics with application." by McGraww-Hill publication.

You can use other search engines on the net to find out more about CFD. Enjoy yourself.

Vijay Thaker Final year undergrad. Aeronautics University Technology of Malaysia.
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