Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), once the domain of academics, postdoctoral researchers or trained specialists, is now progressively becoming more accessible to graduate engineers for research and development as well as design-oriented tasks in industry. Mastery of CFD in handling complex flow and heat industrial problems is becoming ever more important. Competency in such a skill certainly brings about a steep learning curve for practicing engineers, who constantly face extreme challenges to come up with solutions to fluid flow and heat transfer problems without a priori knowledge of the basic concepts and fundamental understanding of fluid mechanics and heat transfer.

Today’s engineers are almost certainly geared more towards the ...

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