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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of
Engineering (Autonomous)

L.B.Reddy Nagar. Mylavaram


521 230,

Krishna Dist. A.P.

Tel :

08659 222933, Fax : 08659 22931

Website: www.lbrce.ac.in


One Day Workshop

o
n

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID
DYNAMICS

(for Engineering Faculty and Students)


18
th

March, 2011


CHIEF PATRONS

Er. Lakireddy Bali Reddy

Founder Chairman, LBRCE


Sri. Lakireddy Jaya Prakash Reddy

Managing Trustee
, LBRCE


PATRONS

Dr. L.S.S. Reddy

Director & President, LBRCE


Sri G. Srinivasa Reddy

President, LBRCT


ORGANIZING
COMMITTEE

Dr.
P.Lovaraju, Professor & HOD

Dr. K. Ramesh, Professor

Prof. S.V. Padmanabhan

Prof. K.Appa Rao

Prof. K.Srinivasa Reddy

Prof. K.Ramajogi

ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE

COURSE CO
-
ORDINATORS

Sri. T.Srinivasa Rao, Assoc
.

Prof
.

Email:

tsr_1053@yahoo.co.in

Mobile: 9866515229


Sri. M.B.S.Sreekar Reddy, Assoc
.

Prof
.

Email:
mbssreddy@rediffmail.com



Mobile: 9440401304


MAILING ADDRESS

Department of Mechanical Engineering,

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering,

Mylavaram, 521 230,

Krishna Dt, Andhra Pradesh.



About the College:


Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of
Engineering is established in the year
1998 by Lakireddy Bali Reddy Charitable
Trust promoted by renowned NRI Sri
Lakireddy

Bali Reddy. This institute is
approved by AICTE, accredited by NBA
and certified by ISO 9001:2008. The
institute has become AUTONOMOUS in
the year 2010.This institute is affiliated to
JNT University, Kakinada. The college has
spacious campus spread over
50 acres in
serene natural surrounding with plenty of
greenery around, including 5 acres of
land
-
scape garden. The college offers
B.Tech Degree courses in six branches of
engineering, M. Tech, MCA and MBA
programmes. The college is situated just
outside My
lavaram town on the
Vijayawada
-
Bhadrachalam highway, only
one hour bus journey from Vijayawada
with excellent travel connections.
LBRCE
is committed to remain consistently
updated and responsive to the eme
rging
cutting edge technologies.

LBRCE
endeavours t
o create a stimulating
learning

environment that nurtures
excellence and provides opportunities for
holistic development of the students;
creating principle focused leaders,
responsive to the expectations of the
society at both, the local and global
scales
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ABOUT THE COURSE

The course content is developed focusing on the
theory and applications of the Computational
Fluid Dynamics. This course begins with an
introduction to

the terminology of this involved
science which is an amalgamation of theory and
applications. Indeed, a preliminary knowledge of
Fluid Mechanics and Num
erical M
ethods is
necessary to understand the proceedings. In
order to understand the concepts clearly,

the
essence of Fluid Mechanics and Numerical

Methods will be reviewed in the first phase of the
proceedings. Furthermore the advanced concepts
which are essential for applying the CFD
technique to the various applications
also going
to be dealt.

COURSE
CONTENTS:



Introduction
: Motivation for CFD

Historical
perspectives
-

Comparison of Experimental,
Analytical and Numerical Approaches.



Mathematical Description of Physical
Phenomenon
: Classification of PDEs
-

Initial
conditions and Boundary conditions
-
Initi
al
value problem and Boundary value problem
-
Well posed and ill
-
posed problem



Introduction to Finite Difference Method
:
Taylor series expansion
-
forward difference,
backward difference, central difference, order
of accuracy Higher order derivatives, mixed
p
artial derivatives, Finite Difference
approximations using non
-
uniform grids,
convergence, consistency, stability
-
CFD
terminologies with one example
-
Error
-
Discretization, round
-
off,

truncation,
Explaining about Parabolic, Hyperbolic and
Elliptic nature of
solution
-
Polynomial fitting.



Introduction to F
inite
-
Volume M
ethods
:
General Scalar transport equation, one

dimensional diffusion problem, discretization
with an example.



A
pplications






RESOURCE PERSON

Dr. K. ARUL PRAKASH

Department of Applied
Mechanics,

Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:


Dr. K. Arul Prakash

is currently working as

Assistant Professor of Applied Mechanics at
Indian Institute of T
echnology Madras,
Chennai. His a
reas of interest are
Computational F
luid Dynamics, Heat
Transfer, Large Eddy Simulation and Related
Techniques, Thermal Hydraulics and Parallel
Computing. He has many publications in
various international journals.


ELIGIBILITY




Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Aerospace Engineering



Research Scholars



Students


REGISTRATION




Faculty
and Research scholars
:

Rs.
200/
-




Students

:






R
s
. 100/
-



Mode of P
ayment
: Spot Payment (cash
only) at Venue.



Last date for registration: 16
th

March, 2011


VENUE:

Department of Mechanical Engineering,

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering



One Day Workshop

On

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

(for Engineering Faculty and Students)

18
th

March, 2011


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