Computational Fluid Dynamics: Science of the Future

  • Senan Thabet University of South Wales, Cardiff, UK
  • Thabit H. Thabit Ninevah University, Mosul, Iraq

Abstract

This paper will answer a list of questions regarding the computational fluid dynamics (CFD). It will give a brief discussion regarding the significance of CFD and will recount the pros and cons of applying CFD. The following assignment will also give an overview of the terms that come under the ambit of CFD like discretization, numerical grid, initial conditions, boundary conditions, sweep, convergence, and turbulence modeling. The researchers such as Guang Xu et al. (2017), Raase and Nordström (2015), and Frigg et al. (2009) concluded that CFD is the science of the future as it cares in all aspects of life in the present and the future, CFD science treats the fluids mainly the air and the water as good and bad, bad when the CFD tries to find a way through the air and the water to get the minimum resistant for cost-effective and less fuel burning for greener, healthier and better world in many applications such submarines, air crafts, automobiles, ships, trains, motorbikes and too many other applications.

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Published
2018-07-06
How to Cite
THABET, Senan; THABIT, Thabit H.. Computational Fluid Dynamics: Science of the Future. International Journal of Research and Engineering, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 6, p. 430-433, july 2018. ISSN 2348-7860. Available at: <https://digital.ijre.org/index.php/int_j_res_eng/article/view/344>. Date accessed: 15 sep. 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.21276/ijre.2018.5.6.2.