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Old   November 1, 2003, 04:11
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yogesh babbar
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hello, I am an undergraduate of aeronautocal engineering in INDIA. I have great tnterest in CFD. I want to start but , how is the question. I have started studying fluids by the way.
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Old   November 2, 2003, 11:56
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Hi Yogesh. I'm Davide! I think that starting to study fluidodynamics is a good idea. Just to have a background. After that you can move to CFD and I suggest you to get a good book abouth this! In order to have a better understanding of the alghoritms, I reccomand to write some pieces of codes in C++ or Fortran! Good luck!
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Old   November 3, 2003, 09:45
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See, Yogesh, if u are really interested, there are lot of books in the market, in the begining refer some books and choose which ever u feel better and more compfortable. u are allready a graduate student, u have to know how to start one subject, u should not get a queation as how. by the way i will refer some books, CFD by Malalashekara , another good book is CFD by Henderson. i think this two books is enough to get start with I wish u all the best.
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