Computational Fluid Dynamics - Fall 2007. The syllabus CFD references (Text books and papers) Course Tools Course Web Site: http://twister.ou.edu/CFD2007 http://learn.ou.edu Computing Facilities available to the class (account info will be provided)
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These laws are expressed in terms of mathematical equations, usually as partial differential equations.
Most important equations – the Navier-Stokes equations
h = d/2,
Negative Internal Shear
Infrared Imagery Showing Squall Line at 12 UTC January 23, 1999.
ARPS 48 h Forecast at 6 km Resolution
Shown are the Composite Reflectivity and Mean Sea-level Pressure.