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Old   January 15, 2011, 19:35
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Hi,

I am a professor of Aerodynamics and I'd

like to learn some some (basic) CFD methods in order to teach

my students (and myself) to compute the flow over wings in

compressible subsonic, supersonic and, possibly,

transonic regimes. Can somebody give me a clue on where

to start looking at these things? Thanks very much for your help, Miguel.
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the books of Anderson can be a nice place to start.

then it depends on how deep you are interested in the solvers' theory, numerical methods, turbolence modelling, etc...
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Many thanks for your reply, Sail. Probably the best thing to do is to

illustrate the basic theoretical ideas behind CFD using the very

pedagogical Anderson's books

and, then, to use

from some other reference (I don't know yet exactly

which one) to illustrate the basics of the structure of the

solver and turbulence modellings. In my opinion this step

may also be of interest for

the students in order to see what is really happening and not to

look at the program just as a "black box". Thanks again, Miguel.
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Many thanks for your reply, Sail. Probably the best thing to do is to

illustrate the basic theoretical ideas behind CFD using the very

pedagogical Anderson's books

and, then, to use

from some other reference (I don't know yet exactly

which one) to illustrate the basics of the structure of the

solver and turbulence modellings. In my opinion this step

may also be of interest for

the students in order to see what is really happening and not to

look at the program just as a "black box". Thanks again, Miguel.
Hi miguel.

for the solver part i can raccomand those books. i'm not shure how much in deep you or your students are interested in going but...

compressible flows:

E.F. Toro, “Riemann solvers and numerical methods for fluid dynamics : a practical introduction”, Springer-Verlag, 1999

incompressible flows:

H.K. Versteeg and W. Malalasekera, An introduction to computational fluid dynamics. The finite volume method,
Longman, 1995

D. Drikakis and W. J. Rider, High-resolution methods for incompressible and low speed flows, Springer-Verlag, 2005

C.A.J. Fletcher, Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics 2: Specific techniques for different flow categories,
Springer-Verlag, 1991

turbolence modelling (ranse):

S.B. Pope, ``Turbulent Flows'', Cambridge University Press, 2003

D.C. Wilcox, Turbulence Modeling for CFD (Second Edition)

T. Cebeci,"Analysis of turbulent flows", Elsevier, 2004

and evenutally les/dns

F. Grinstein, L. Margolin, W. Rider, “Implicit Large Eddy Simulation”, CUP, 2007

D. Drikakis, B,J, Geurts, Turbulent Flow Computation, Series: Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications, Springer, 2002, 388
p., ISBN: 978-1-4020-0523-7

good luck
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Hello Sail,

thanks so much for your valuable list of references. Now, I know where

to start looking for information. Regards, Miguel.
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Hello Sail,

I am studying CFD, How Fluent Working model, equat ions, formular, force and coefficient of force.Can  you tell me some books to study,
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