ME 60101 - Computational Modeling Of Turbulence

Description
This course consists of three parts. The first part is on the fundamentals of turbulence including turbulence concepts, statistical description, and Kolmogorov hypothesis. The second part covers major practical modeling concepts and formulations such as direct numerical simulation (DNS), large eddy numerical simulation (LES), and Reynolds averaged Navier-stokes simulation (RANS). The third part is team project related to turbulence computation with applications in environment, industry, biomechanics for visualizing and experiencing turbulence. Class Notes: If you are an undergraduate student who needs permission for this graduate course, please contact your academic advisor.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
MW
Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1