Computational Methods in Energy Technology
Computerized simulation technique is a fundamental component of the higher education and is a vital system, utilized in phenomenographic studies in science. The system offers recreation of an alternative reality in front of scientist’s eyes, giving an insight into the biggest and smallest scales (astronomy to nanotechnology) yet cannot be comprehended otherwise. The progress in computational technology and the advent of commercial codes equipped with user-friendly interface have facilities the introduction of computational fluid dynamic in undergraduate education promoting critique of various learning opportunities through visualization technique. Nevertheless the outcomes of each study is highly influenced by the ideas, approaches, knowledge in phenomena, mathematical rules and measures, computer science, cads, post processing and interpretation of the results. The user of such system acts as the facilitator and liaison between the real and virtual phenomena. The user should own the proper education, experience, emphasizing the relevance of the teaching strategy; understanding the key mechanisms in learning process. Unlocking the full power of computational fluid dynamic, some critical topics in educational area need to be addressed. One is to identify the learning process, approaches and methodology.
The main emphasis is on practical use of codes based on Finite Volume methods for subsonic incompressible and compressible recirculation flows.
In short the outcomes of the course are defined as:
• Students should be familier with the theories and numeric of CFD.
• Students should be able to use a commercial CFD tools
• Students should be able the process involve in developing a geometrical model, modeling, applying appropriate boundary conditions, specifying solution parameters, and visualizing the results.
• Students should appreciate the factors limiting the CFD solutions.
Course Coordinator & Teachers
Reza Fakhrai firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 (0) 8 790 7429, Course Examiner
Bahram Saadatfar, email@example.com, +46 (0) 8 790 7429, Teacher
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