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COURSE PLAN

Subject Code &
Name:


AE 2402 / COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Department: AERO Year: IV
Semester
:
VII
Academic Year: 2014 2015
Regulation Year: 2008
S.No
Lecturer
(Hr)
Topics to be covered
Support
Material
(with Page No.)
UNIT-I FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
1 1
Fundamentals and Motivation to study CFDS
T1-I: 1-14
2 1
Basic equations of Fluid Dynamics R1-I: 445-460
3 1
Incompressible Inviscid flows Source, Vortex and Doublet R3:295-301
4 1
Panel methods Lifting flow over arbiatry bodies
R3:302-313
5 1
Mathematical properties of Fluid dynamic equations
Elliptical, Parabolic and Hyperbolic equations
R1-I: 1 -25
6 1
Well posed problems discretization of partial differential
equations
T1-I:17-20
7 1
Explicit finite difference methods of subsonic flows R1-I:152-167
8 1
Explicit finite difference methods of supersonic flows R1-I:185-187
9 1
Explicit finite difference methods of viscous flows
R1-I:60-65

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UNIT-2 GRID GENERATION
11 1
Fundamentals and Motivation to study Grid Generation
T1-II:78-83
12 1
Structure grids
R1-I:358-360
13 1
Types and transformations
R1-I:362-364
14 1
Generation of structured grids
R1-I:365-420
15 1
Unstructured grids
R1-II:356-360
16 1
Delany triangulation
R1-II:366-382
17 1
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UNIT- 3 DISCRETIZATION
18 1
Fundamentals and Motivation to study Discretization
R5:9-16
19 1
Boundary layer equations and methods of solutions
T1-II:20-40
20 1
Implicit time dependent methods for Inviscid compressible flows
T1-II:124-194
21 1
Implicit time dependent methods for viscous compressible flows
T1-II:329-436
22 1
Concept of numerical dissipation
T1-II:437-440
23 1
Stability properties of explicit and implicit methods
R1-I:113-146
24 1
Conservative upwind discretization for Hyperbolic systems
R1-I:206-225
25 1
Further advantages of upwind differencing
R1-I:206-225
26 1
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UNIT- 4 FINITE ELEMENT TECHNIQUES
27 1
Fundamentals and Motivation to study Finite Element
Techniques
R1-II:418-420
28 1
Overview of Finite Element Techniques in CFD
R1-II:421-433
29 1
Overview of Finite Element Techniques in CFD
R1-II:421-433
30 1
Strong formulation of a Boundary value problem
R1-II:421-433
31 1
Weak formulation of a Boundary value problem
R1-II:421-433
32 1
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UNIT-5 FINITE VOLUME TECHNIQUES
33 1
Fundamentals and Motivation to study Finite Volume
Techniques
R2:129-146
34 1
Cell centered formulation
R1-II:387-399
35 1
Lax-Vendoroff time stepping
R1-I:206-210
36 1
Runge-Kutta time stepping
R1-I:219-220
37 1
Multi-stage time stepping
R1-I:189-192
38 1
Accuracy and Cell vertex formulation
R1-I:189-192
39 1
FDM like Finite Volume techniques Central and Upwind type
discretization
R2:157-165
40 1
Treatment of derivatives
R1-II:385-490
41 1
Flux-splitting schemes
R1-II:385-490
41 1
Pressure correction solver SIMPLE
R2:200-207
42 1
Pressure correction solver PESO
R2:208-211
43 1
Vorticity transport formulation implicit schemes
R2:208-211
44 1
Vorticity transport formulation semi-implicit schemes
R2:208-211
45 1
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Text Books:

T1.
Fletcher, C.A.J., Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics, Vols. I and II, Springer -
Verlag, Berlin, 1988.
Reference Books:

R1.
Klaus A Hoffmann and Steve T. Chiang. Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers, Vols. I &
II Engineering Education System, P.O. Box 20078, W. Wichita, K.S., 67208 - 1078 USA, 1993.
R2.
H. Verteeg, W. Malalasekra, An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics The Finite
Volume Method Pearson Education Ltd,2008
R3 Prof. K.L. Kumar, Engineering Fluid Mechanics, S.Chand Publications,2008
R4
C.Hirsch,Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows,Vols. I & II, John Wiley and
Sons, 1994
R5
Nasser Ashgriz and Javad Mostaghimi, An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics,
Chaper 20-Fluid Flow Hand Book, University of Toronto, Ontario.




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