Bringing Research and New Technology into the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Course in Computational Fluid Dynamics
1998 Annual Conference
1998 ASEE Annual Conference
As technology advances in the industries which graduating engineers wish to enter, technology in the undergraduate curriculum must also advance. A course in computational fluid dynamics was recently developed which meets the challenge of bringing advanced topics to undergraduate students. This paper addresses techniques used to enable undergraduates to enter the work force with the ability to solve and physically understand fluid dynamics problems requiring commercially available computational fluid dynamics codes and related software. Student projects involving grid generation, the solution to two-dimensional and three-dimensional problems, and the solution to multi-dimensional species flow problems are presented. Additionally, final term projects obtained from the students’ cooperative employers are discussed.
© 1998 ASEE
Mukkilmarudhur, Ravi G.; Navaz, Homayun K.; and Henderson, Brenda S., "Bringing Research and New Technology into the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Course in Computational Fluid Dynamics" (1998). Mechanical Engineering Presentations And Conference Materials. 93.