In the following post I shall present some simulations which I have found to be both exceptionally pre and post 7presented and especially predictive.
Other presentation are theoretical q and Aerodynamics reviews rather than simulations which were found by me to stand out of the ordinary.
Far and foremost the presentations chosen as to motivate you for a life of enjoyable CFD and beyond.
- It’s always best to begin with Dr. Shawn Achor’s TED presentation for motivating an enjoyable CFD practice:The happy secret to better work | Shawn Achor
- Phil Roe’s Colorful Fluid Dynamics: Behind the Scenes” is a an informative and enjoyable historical review of CFD evolution:Colorful Fluid Dynamics: Behind the Scenes
- Doug McLean’s presentation “Common Misconceptions in Aerodynamics” is actually a preview for a seminal and intuitive book “Understanding Aerodynamic” I especially recommend.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKCK4lJLQHU
- Neil Ashton’s “Turbulence: Finding Order in Chaos”. This TED presentation does not stand on a mathematical basis but gives the wise intellectual listener a motivating approach for the ever so exciting and extraordinary concept of Turbulence.Turbulence: Finding Order in Chaos
- Boston University’s Prof. Lorena Barba complete CFD online tutorial. This set of lectures are the basics for every CFD practitioner without which it is impossible to practice reliable CFD.CFD Lectures – Boston University
- KTH’s Dan Henningson et al. DNS of the structure of a boundary layer by DNS (I shall admit it was hard to choose by such a variety of KTH simulations regarding the field of turbulence and especially transition)Turbulent Boundary Layer (APS Gallery Submission)
- Flow with the Flow
Some shall be added as we blog along… Enjoy 😉