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Old   April 12, 2010, 03:40
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I'm a mechanical Engineer graduated 2006, My interests at the time I graduated was in fluid dynamics, Heat transfer and CFD. But actually My career in those 3.5 years was in different issues. I decided these days to remember these stuff and also start Ansys CFX training. as I'm know choosing the references that I'll use. I need help in a good CFD reference to start with, I have Computational Fluid dynamics the Basics With Application by John D. Anderson, is it good to start with or there is something else to use.
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Old   April 12, 2010, 12:13
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The Anderson book is a good introduction. It is intended for undergraduate students, but is appropriate for a graduate course and provides an easy-to-comprehend introduction. It's general approach is more aimed at aerospace applications which solve the transient equations for density. Another useful reference which has more material on solving incompressible flow equations is the one by Ferzinger and Peric.

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