UE Fundamentals of Numerical Thermo-Fluid Dynamics, 322.061

This course in TISS

The course will take place online via TUWEL, starting on 6th May 2020. Study material is already available.

Requirements & Assessment

Outline

Team Project

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Recommended literature

[1] Lecture notes for the course LVA-Nr. 302.017: Grundlagen der numerischen Methoden der Stömungs- und Wärmetechnik, TU Wien

[3] Fletcher, C. (1998), 'Partial Differential Equations' In Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics 1: Fundamental and General Techniques, Springer, Berlin.

[4] Wesseling, P. (2001), 'Classification of partial differential equations' In Principles of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 29 of Springer Series in Computational Mathematics, Springer, Berlin.

[11] Wilhelm Schneider, Mathematische Methoden der Strömungsmechanik, 1. Auflage Braunschweig, Vieweg 1978, ISBN 3-528-03574-0

Additional resources

[2] Otto, A. (2011), 'Classification of PDE's and Related Properties' In Methods of Numerical Simulation in Fluids and Plasmas. Lecture notes, University of Alaska

[5] 'CFD Education Center - Vienna', URL: http://cfdblogvienna.blogspot.com/

[6] Levandosky, J. (2002), 'Partial Differential Equations of Applied Mathematics', Course Math 220A, Lecture notes, Stanford University

[7] Seibold, B. (2009), 'Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations', Course No. 18.336, Lecture notes, MIT. Shared under this license.

[8] Mitra, A. K., 'Finite Difference Method for the Solution of Laplace Equation', Lecture notes, Iowa State University

[9] Abbasi, N. M. (2019) 'Chapter 2.44: Generate sparse matrix for the Laplacian differential operator for 3D grid' In 'How to solve basic engineering and mathematics problems using Mathematica, Matlab and Maple', Blog post

[10] Huang, H.-P. (2012), 'Introduction to Partial Differential Equation - III. Numerical methods' In 'Numerical Methods for Engineers', Course MAE384, Lecture notes, Arizona State University