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TAM 570 - Computational Fluid Mechanics

Fall 2021

Official Description

Highly accurate and reliable techniques for large-scale numerical simulations of fluid flows: spectral numerical methods, including Fourier and other functional expansions, Galerkin and collocation projections, domain decompositions and the solution of partial differential equations, especially the Navier-Stokes equations; high-resolution methods for the solution of hyperbolic conservation laws with discontinuous solutions, and issues related to implementation on supercomputers. Course Information: Same as CSE 560. Prerequisite: TAM 470 and TAM 542.

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Highly accurate and reliable techniques for large-scale numerical simulations of fluid flows: spectral numerical methods, including Fourier and other functional expansions, Galerkin and collocation projections, domain decompositions and the solution of partial differential equations, especially the Navier-Stokes equations; high-resolution methods for the solution of hyperbolic conservation laws with discontinuous solutions, and issues related to implementation on supercomputers. Same as CSE 560. Prerequisite: TAM 470 and TAM 542; or equivalents. 4 graduate hours.

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Computational Fluid MechanicsE72239LCD40900 - 1050 M W  3100 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Paul Fischer