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Private Mentoring – Zoom Sessions – Going Official

Private and dedicated mentoring which includes an hour of private Zoom lesson, tailored to the students interest and level, rare (my...) resources and tutorials for self learning during the session, a final project of the students choice conducted in collaboration with Tom Avraham


All About CFD… – Index

I love CFD. Been doing it the past 15 years… 💕 Early in 2016 I’ve decided to blog about it… I aim for the blog to share my CFD and fluid mechanics thoughts over quite a broad spectrum of related topics. I guess the idea behind the decision to blog besides my tendency to share …

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Engineering-Mind Podcast with Jousef Murad: Turbulence, CFD , ROMs, Philosophy, and more…

My chill interview with Jousef Murad. So many stuff to talk about so little time, I’ve could have gone for hours… 🤟🏻  Jousef Murad is a colleague, an awesome interviewer and also a very smart individual with kind of an eclectic knowledge in various technological fields, so it easy to connect!                   …

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Featured The CFD Bare Minimum - An Initial Roadmap For To Begin Practicing CFD

The CFD Bare Minimum – An Initial Roadmap To Begin Practicing CFD

Here's a set of CFD online resources regarding basic CFD related concepts which are unnecessarily linked to a specific commercial code but goes all the way to basics with respect to CFD (numerical schemes, modified equation, CFL, Von Neumann analysis, numerical diffusion, pressure-velocity coupling, types of meshing, turbulence modelling, etc'...), along with application-specific resources, and some "hands on" practical resources. I highly recommend to follow all types of routes, if one wants to achieve both the breadth and the depth CFD has to offer...

TOP POSTS – July 2020 / AND / Two New Upcoming Zoom Sets of Ongoing Sessions

next month would bring fresh and new posts on topics like: Transition Phenomenology, Large Eddy Simulations (LES), and a set of weekly zoom ongoing sessions:
1) My “Recipe” for learning how to become a CFD self sustaining practitioner.


Large Eddy Simulation – The Challenge of Filters That Commute With Differentiation – PART I – HOPE

Background Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) progress has been tremendous in the past half a decade. Moore’s Law vision of an exponential growth in computational resources lived up to its expectation and it’s predicted to keep doing so (at least) for  the next 20 years. Moore’s Law applied to CFD Scientists and engineers have developed models of many levels of …

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