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Old   September 15, 2006, 03:50
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Mei Jun
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Dear sir:

I am a new college student .I want you tell me how to learn CFD .My subject is mining .But I want know somgthing about this.

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Old   October 17, 2006, 13:22
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If you already have fundamental background of computational fluid dynamics, you need to know which CFD code is good to be used for your project. There are couple of commercial CFD codes: FLUENT, PHOENICS... You can study their features and make a decision. Hope it helps.
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Old   March 31, 2007, 14:44
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hello.with study the cfd book of andeson,practice with fluentand other please contact with me

my name is alireza borzoei my address:alirezaborzoei3400@yahoo.com
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Old   July 20, 2007, 14:49
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hello sir/madam, i would like to know some information on CFD like studies please informe with regards kumaran
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Old   August 16, 2007, 08:53
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dear sir,

sir i am student of engineering and my subject is aeronautical. i want to know about CFD.can i take the subject CFD as my farther study,plz give me ur valuble sagestion
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Old   November 12, 2007, 06:12
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in the field of Aeronautical Engineering it is very important that you must have mastery in either of the subjects of CFD or FEM. if you are not interested in Structural Analysis of Aeroplanes then it is good to go for CFD or you can learn FEM as well. as far as job is concerned, you can get good jobs but not sure if you can get money as good as in IT industries. so chose your options wisely. i am also aeronautical engineer and if you want you can take my direct help. +91 80 4119 7222 ext. 7507

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Old   December 11, 2007, 05:48
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sir im C.Narasimha Swamy,studing in M.Tech , with DESIGN ENGG branch, i want to do project on CFD, plz give me your VALUABLE suggesions.
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Old   May 13, 2008, 04:19
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Dear sir i am a teacher of mecahnical dept in Military Institute of science and techonology in Bangladesh. i wanna work on the cfd. i need your assistance pls.
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Old   October 21, 2008, 01:41
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hi, its Zahhid from bangladesh. i am really interested in computatinal mechanics. but there are many branches under it. but i have narrowed it to two--cfd or Computational solid mechanics. in computationla solid mechanics FEM is mainly used(i have very little idea about CM). In CFD finte volume method is mainly used but i have seen in wiki that cfd is going toward FEM. but now can i say that CFD and FEM are two different Field? i presume that FEM and computational solid mechanis are same. wht do you think i should as my research field in my master's study? CFD or FEM.? i think it would have been great if i could find a faculty member who is using fem in CFD.
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Old   March 4, 2009, 04:23
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Sir, I doing final year petrochemical technology,I want to project in Settling of liquid and gas mixture using CFD.I dont know CFD,So how to learn CFd
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Old   March 9, 2009, 06:45
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Dear brother, Assalaam alaikumw wa rahamatullah. i think you are right about the CFD and CSM, what you call Computational Solid Mechanics. In the case of Solid Mechanics mostly we are interested in the stress available (tensile and compressive) in the solids and we do the computation using our tools. On the other hands we do the Pressure, Temperature and Density calculation in a fluid flow while doing the computation using tools. I think pressure too can be termed as stress for fluids.

I don't agree with you on the statement of FEM and CSM where you have said these two may be similar. Actually for doing computation of CFD or CSM we use two methods viz. FEM or FVM. 01. Finite Element Method or 02. Finite Volume Method Both are actually used for CFD as well as CSM. There is not difference in these and these are mare two different approaches which a scholar does have while solving problems related to CFD or CSM.

Normally there are two packages available in the market for these two which are very famous. 01. Fluent (for CFD) and 02. Ansys (for CSM) Apart from these there are some more packages available for CFD like "CFD2000" or "CFX" but I dont know if there is any software package available for CSM, other than Ansys.

I have just now started my research in CFD area. I am doing my doctorate and till now totally inexperienced in CFD. But I am learning fast and will come up very soon inshaAllah.

let me know if you want to know anything else or if you want to share anything please let me know.

Allah hafiz and best of luck in your master's education. Fazal (Mohammad Fazlur Rahman)
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Old   March 22, 2009, 20:50
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hello fazal,
how are you?
i am haridas and im doing my aeronautical engg.
since your also one would like to ask you a few doubts about aero\cfd.
could u please send me your contact email address.
looking forward to your reply.
haridas.
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Old   May 21, 2009, 02:20
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if anyone one wants to learn CFD,ANSYS from best faculty who has working experience of 8 years and also has excellent practical knowledge please mail your name,phone no with std code or mobile no., and the place where you are currently located to info.jetwings@gmail.com ,We are here to help you in better way....
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if anyone one wants to learn CFD,ANSYS from best faculty who has working experience of 8 years and also has excellent practical knowledge please mail your name,phone no with std code or mobile no., and the place where you are currently located to info.jetwings@gmail.com ,We are here to help you in better way....
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