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CFD Mentorship program: Batch1

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  1. Stage1: Introduction and Basics

    Some general instructions
  2. Week1 (Day 1 and 2): Introduction
    1 Topic
  3. Week2 (Day 1) : MATLAB - Part 1
  4. Week2 (Day2) : Fluid Dynamics essentials for CFD-Part2
  5. Week3 (Day1): Basic Mathematics
  6. Week3 (Day2): MATLAB Part 2
  7. Week 4 (Day1): MATLAB Part 3
  8. Week 4 (Day2): Thermodynamics part 1
  9. Week 5 (Day 1): MATLAB Part 4
  10. Week 5 (Day 2): Thermodynamics Part 2
  11. Week6 (Day1): MATLAB part5
  12. STAGE 2.1 CFD Fundamentals
    Week6 (Day2): Heat Transfer for CFD
  13. Week 7 (Day1): MATLAB Linear algebra
  14. Week 7 (Day2): CFD foundation 1 (Governing Eqn)
  15. Week 8 (Day 1): MATLAB- Final part6
  16. Week 8 ( Day2): CFD Foundation 2 (Governing equation and meshing)
  17. Week 9 (Day 1): MATLAB
  18. Week 9 (Day2): Governing Equation, Taylor series and FDM
  19. Week 10 (Day1): FDM part2
  20. Week 10 (Day2) : MATLAB
  21. Week 11 (Day1): FDM Part 3: Stability and Convergence Intro
  22. Week 11 (Day 2): Special Session : GridPro
  23. Week 12 (Day1): Python Programming
  24. Week 12 (Day2): Unsteady Problem: FDM
  25. Week 13 (Day1): Python Programming
  26. Week 13 (Day2): CFD Tools Introduction and SpaceClaim
  27. Week 14 (Day1): SpaceClaim Practice
  28. Week 14 (Day2): ANSYS Fluent Introduction
  29. Week 15 (Day1): OpenFOAM-part1
  30. Week 15 (Day2) : OpenFOAM-Part2
  31. Week 16 (Day1): OpenFOAM-Part3
  32. Week 16 (day2)- Cancelled
  33. Week 17 (day1)- Python
  34. Week 17 (day2)- Post Processing and preparing PPTs
  35. Week 18 (day1)- Python
  36. Week 18 (day2)- Introduction to FVM
  37. Week 19 (Day1)- Numerical Stability- Python
  38. Week19 (Day2): FVM - Source term linearization, boundary conditions
  39. Week 20 (day1): Career advice and discussion to select the topic for phase 3 (specialization)
  40. Week 20 (day2) : FVM, diffusion problem, hands-on
  41. Week 21 (day1): Special Session on LBM by SankyasutraLabs
  42. Week 21 (day2): FVM: Convection diffusion problem
  43. Week 22 (day1): Upwind Scheme
  44. Week 22 (day2): SIMPLE Algorithm
  45. Week 23 (day1): SIMPLE Algorithm Coding
  46. Week 23 (day2): SIMPLE Algorithm Coding Contd...
  47. Week 24: SIMPLE Algorithm coding_Final
  48. Week 25 (day1): Turbulence Introduction
  49. Week 25 (day2): Turbulence Modelling and Y+
  50. Week 26 (day1): Fluent meshing-Part1 (BOI)
  51. Week26 (day2): Fluent Meshing- Part 2
  52. Week 27 (day1) : Fluent 2D
  53. Week 27(day2): Fluent Transient
  54. Next 3 weeks: Compressible flow workshop (Watch the recordings as separate course)
  55. Week 28 (day1): Fluent Turbo-Part1
  56. Week 28 (day2)
  57. Week 29 (day1): Fluent Thermal
  58. Week 29 (day2): Fluent Multiphase
  59. Week 30(day1): OpenFOAM part1
  60. Week30(day2)- Wings to your future- Talk on career development
  61. Week31(day1)- OpenFOAM part2
  62. Week31(day2)- OpenFOAM part3
  63. Week32(day1)
Lesson 64, Topic 1
In Progress

SIMPLE Algorithm-Part2 Copy

In this video, you will learn how to solve the complete Navier Stokes Equation using SIMPLE Algorithm. This Algorithm was developed by Prof. Brian Spalding and his student Suhas Patankar at Imperial London in the early 1970s. Since then it has been extensively used by many researchers to solve different kinds of fluid flow and heat transfer problems.

Clear your doubts and engage in discussions

Assignment- lesson 21: (Optional Assignment)

This assignment is optional. If you could complete it, please send your copy to support@flowthermolab.com with the subject assignment SIMPLE Algorithm.

(a) Solve the Example problem 6.2 from the book by Versteeg and Malalasekara (book already shared in Lesson 20). Program it using 5 nodes as in the solved problem and upload. Try to make it a generic program to have any number of cells.

or

(b) Prepare a literature survey of all the different algorithms used to solve NS Equation like SIMPLER, PISO, etc (At least 3 of them). Make it short and put it in the PPT, but it should contain the flow chart and some explanation regarding its merit and how different it is from the SIMPLE Algorithm.

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