|John C. Chien
||November 30, 2000 02:04
(1). You may want to take a look at the books section first. (2). Then check out some of the books from the library and pick a couple which match your background. (3). You can also visit the webpages of the commercial cfd vendors listed here as sponsors. Some of the venodrs have the demo programs available . In this way, you can get some hands-on experience in terms of the various steps involved in CFD. (4). Then, you can also take a formal CFD course at a college, or from a cfd code vendor. (5). These should be enough to keep you very busy for a while, I hope.