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Old   April 5, 2012, 14:02
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Hi Every Body,

I am a MSc student in Mech Eng.
My project is experimental-based. However, I think I need to start something about CFD.
In my BSc, I have experienced the course of CFD, unfortunately I barely understand.
I am quite afraid of this topic. so I need you to recommend me some basic CFD books, my primary objective is to learn about FVM. It is worthy to mention that my math is quite good.

My field of interest is heat and mass transfer in multi-phase flows.
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