Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
9103067102016Computational Fluid Dynamics IIElective128
Level of Course Unit
Second Cycle
Objectives of the Course
The objective of this course is to help students understand the fundamental concepts of the numerical solution of fluid mechanics problems and gain the ability to implement these concepts.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Doç. Dr. Utku ŞENTÜRK
Learning Outcomes
1Understanding the importance of numerical methods in fluid mechanics,
2Understanding the basics of a numerical grid,
3Have the ability to provide numerical solutions to Navier-Stokes equations,
4Have the ability to perform basic post-processing.
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
None
Course Contents
1. A review of computational fluid dynamics, 2. Grid generation, grid types and variable arrangements, 3. Discretization of the Navier-Stokes Equations, 4. Pressure-velocity coupling for incompressible fluids, 5. Boundary conditions for Navier-Stokes equations, 6. SIMPLE algorithm, 7. Post-processing.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
0A review of computational fluid dynamics
1Grid generation, grid types and variable arrangements
2Discretization of the Navier-Stokes Equations
3Discretization of the Navier-Stokes Equations
4Pressure-velocity coupling for incompressible fluids
5Derivation of the pressure correction equation and its discretization
6Boundary conditions for Navier-Stokes equations
7SIMPLE algorithm
8SIMPLE algorithm
9SIMPLE algorithm
10SIMPLE algorithm
11Midterm exam
12Basics of post-processing
13Basics of post-processing
14Basics of post-processing
15Final exam
Recommended or Required Reading
1. Ferziger, Joel H., and M. Perić. Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics. Berlin: Springer, 2002. 2. Kajishima, T. and Taira, K. Computational Fluid Dynamics: Incompressible Turbulent Flows. Springer, 2017. 3. Hoffmann, Klaus A., and Steve T. Chiang. Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers. Wichita, Kan.: Engineering Education System, 1993. 4. Versteeg, H. K., and W. Malalasekera. An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method. Harlow, Essex, England: New York, 1995.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
SUM0
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
SUM0
SUM0
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination122
Final Examination122
Attending Lectures14342
Self Study14228
Individual Study for Homework Problems14456
Individual Study for Mid term Examination12020
Individual Study for Final Examination12020
Reading14570
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)240
Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes
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* Contribution Level : 1 Very low 2 Low 3 Medium 4 High 5 Very High
 
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