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The aim of establishing this webplace is to communicate with my class friends and students.## CFD and FLUENT

What is CFD? CFD is the abbreviation for “Computational Fluid Dynamics” and a branch of fluid mechanics to predict the behavior of a fluid flow with the help of numerical methods and (fast) computers. the most common understanding of CFD is solving non-linear partial differential equations which describe the fluid flow behavior with the aid of numerical methods rather than analytical or experimental ones. While, there are methods in the scope of CFD, which are independent from those usual partial differential equations (SPH). Hence, CFD is a quite powerful tool for engineers to predict the behavior of the systems including fluid flows, where the exact analytical answers are not available (and this is a common practice most of the time!)

What is FLUENT? FLUENT is a commercial CFD package and can be used in most industries. It is fairly simple and user-friendly, but at the same time enough powerful for many engineering purposes. In fact FLUENT is one of the best in its kind.

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hi my dear teacher!

as u remember,we talked in class about possiblity of making on calsses;in our university,,,did u talk to Dr.afsari about that issue?

and did u check our university facilities?(if any facilities exist)…lol,but seriously i think ensani university has a good lab and we can use it!and u told us about making tuition of Dibagaran lesser for students,did u talked 2 Dibagaran?

allright!!thx alot,and have a great holidays,,i suggest u 2 enjoy ur holidays,because after that,nice fluid mechanics ||,is waiting for u!be happy!:D

salam mikhastam bedunam ke chejoori bayad baraye kelass ha elame amadegi kard?

hi sir

i want to subscrib for fluent class that you have talk about in classes.

Hello

I want to partake in your cfd classes.please steer me,that what shoud i do?

Thanks.(M.H.G)

hi sir

i want to subscrib for fluent class that you have talk about in classes.

i dont know whether i do it right or wrong?

thank you