Online FDP on Fundamentals & Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Fluid-Thermal Systems by NIT Jalandhar [Mar 13-17]: Register by Mar 11

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NIT Jalandhar is organising Online FDP on Fundamentals & Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Fluid-Thermal Systems on 13-17 March 2021.

The FDP would offer the platform for faculty members to discuss the fundamental understanding of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its practical applications for real fluid-thermal systems.

Content
  • Introduction to CFD and its Applications
  • Understanding of Transport Equations used in CFD
  • Classifications of PDEs
  • Introduction to Finite Difference Method, Finite Volume Method and Finite Element Method
  • Solution of Navier-Stokes Equation using FVMSIMPLE Algorithm
  • Solutions of Navier-Stokes Equation in Complex Geometry
  • Formulations of Multiphase Flows
  • Introduction to Lattice Boltzmann Method
  • Different Schemes of CFD for Boiling Phenomena
  • Hands on Training for Solving Problems in Fluid-Thermal System.
Who can participate?

Teachers from AICTE Approved Engineering Institutions.

Registration
  • Interested candidates can register via this page.
  • Maximum number of Participants: 100
  • Registration Fees: Nil
  • Last date for Registration: 11th March 2021
Contact

Dr. Sukumar Pati, Assistant Professor
Email: sukumar[at]mech.nits.ac.in

Dr. Pitambar R. Randive, Assistant Professor
Email: pitambar[at]mech.nits.ac.in

Online FDP on Fundamentals & Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Fluid-Thermal Systems.

 

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