AEM 8251: Finite-Volume Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics

3 Credits

Development of finite-volume computational methods for solution of compressible Navier-Stokes equations. Accuracy, consistency, and stability of numerical methods; high-resolution upwind shock-capturing schemes; treatment of boundary conditions; explicit and implicit formulations; considerations for high performance computers; recent developments and advanced topics. prereq: 4201 or 8201 or equiv, CSci 1107 or equiv

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