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1) Basics of CFD for beginners:

2) Turbulent Flow: Physics and Methods of Investigations

3) Combustion and Emissions

4) Turbulent Multiphase Combustion

5) Multiphase Flow

6) CFD Modelling of Turbo-machinery

7) Interesting Applications of Turbulent Jets

8) Rocket Engine Combustion and Its CFD Modeling

9) CFD Modeling of IC Engines

10) CFD Interview Questions
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CFD,Turbulence, turbo-machinery and combustion

Posted March 6, 2020 at 04:32 by pachputesharad
Updated November 13, 2020 at 08:38 by pachputesharad (Corrected)

CFD Flow Engineering

1) CFD Basics for Beginners:

2) CFD of Turbo-machinery:

3) Combustion Basic and CFD Modeling

4) CFD Modeling Turbulent Combustion

5) Important Questions for CFD Engineer

6) CFD Modeling of Slurry Flows:

7) CFD case studies on Stop Valve, Pressure Reducing Valve, Safety Relief Valve, Valve Cavitation:

8) Essential of Fluid Mechanics for CFD Modelling

9) Basic of OpenFOAM

10) CFD Modelling of Boundary Layer

CFD Modelling of COVID-19

1) CFD Modeling of Airways in Human Lungs

2) CFD Modeling of COVID-19 Transmission by person-to-person spreading

3) Effect of Mask on Flow Pattern of COVID-19 Transmission

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1. Flow Through a circular pipe
2. Flow over a cylinder
3. Heat Transfer Modeling : Conduction, Convection and Radiation
4. Modelling of Species Transport
5. CFD modelling of multifluid modelling
6. CFD Modelling of particle laden flow
7. CFD Modelling of two immiscible fluids
8. Turbomachinery
9. Combustion for Gases
10. Combustion for coal fired furnaces
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