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TerryPrice March 28, 2010 10:08

Introduction to CFD
 
Hello,

I'm currently doing my undergrad in Nuclear Engineering, and I'm considering specializing in CFD. Can anyone recommend me a good introduction to CFD, perhaps something that touches on two phase flow?

prasanthnitt March 29, 2010 13:07

Hello,

Introduction to CFD will not include 2 phase flow.
If u are seriously considering to start of with CFD I would suggest you to begin with CFD by anderson or Intro to cfd by Versteeg & Malashekara.

Personally I would suggest u start with Anderson.

Cheers

Prasanth

varunjain89 March 30, 2010 06:38

hello... i'm a beginner too, and i started with the book by anderson only....
it's too good, and i would recommend the same.

@ Prasanth, can u please suggest me some book for shock wave boundary layer conditions. actually i'm solving supersonic flow over flat plate using B-L equations, and dunno how to take boundary conditions, @ the edge of boundary layer...

thanks a lot.
varun

prasanthnitt March 30, 2010 07:48

@ Varun

I think for supesonic flow over a flat plate, B-L equations cannot be used. I guess u have to use parabolized NS eqs, which does not follow the assumption made for BL eqs.
Moreover, this problem is explained in detail in Anderson. Refer chapter no 10.

Cheers
Prasanth


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