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Old   January 21, 2014, 13:55
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Hi, I am new here
I am mechanical engineering student.
I studied CFD in colleague (Finite Element Method)
I want to upgrade my CFD to the Finite volume.

please suggest a resource(book, article, site, course ...etc)

*I study this with myself
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finite difference, finite volume method, new to cfd

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