The domain of fluid and thermal sciences is vast. The more we explore, the more we discover its omnipresent influences of our everyday life. The main objective of the workshop is to provide a unique opportunity of presenting and discussing recent dveelopments in different aspects of advances in Thermal and Fluid Engineering.
A special emphasis is also given to the new and emerging areas of the fluid and thermal sciences which are gradually becoming more and more relevant in improving the quality of human life and the environment around us. In this context, the faculty members of the Mechanical Engineering Department at National Institute of Technology,
We welcome you to this challenging field, which offers exciting opportunities in learning new computational techniques in solving transportation of heat, momentum and species in flow through engineering systems, understanding of flow through micro and nano-channels, development of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), enhancing heat transfer in nano and micro scales, development of more efficient fuels and fuel systems, exploring new energy sources, analyzing complex movement of biological fluids in biological systems, etc.
- Analysis of Thermal Systems: A Dynamical Systems Perspective
- Illustration of FDM, FVM and FEM techniques for 1-D heat conduction
- Flows through deformable narrow confinements
- Power Plant Engineering
- Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer
- Computational Methods and Tools
- Experimental Techniques
- State-of-the-art and Future Trend of Research
- Hands-on Session with Computational Tools
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