Private Mentoring – Zoom Sessions

I love to help, it fills me up with joy to talk about fluid dynamics and CFD. I have hundreds of conversation in different CFD and fluid dynamics topics a week, and most of you who know me would testify I give my full attention when mentoring is taking place.

I also love my blog, It makes me happy to be able when I feel an advanced academic subject is communicated in such a way that people who otherwise will not get knowledge about subject, learn, and not only that continue to follow and learn more.

As a freelancer blogger I have been able to try and give my kindest and full attention to most undergraduates, graduates, doctoral students, and even researchers. When I do that I’m in a state of Flow (as in Flow – The Psychology of Optimal Experience by  Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi).

Recently I have decided to add a partner to my blog, Alon Davidy, who Is both a partner and friend to managing LinkedIn groups “CFD ISRAEL”, “Multiphysics Analysis Simulation and Research”, and “Mechanical Analysis and Simulation Group – ISRAEL”, as a trusted friend who above all is one of the smartest, knowledged and experienced individuals in his field, which I hope shall present the most exotic and top-notch topics in the field of CFD.

Besides Alon, my dear friends Carmel Sela, and Dani Koganovich contribute a lot in the customization of the site, posting it’s content a review every post before its release, sometimes with indispensable remarks. I simply love all them.

Moreover, “All About CFD…” has never had a monetary objective and tries it’s best to hand the most valuable data while never breaching copyright issues, and accept collaboration from each and every contributor.

With statistics of about 2000 worldwide viewers a day, supporting fully and freely webinars for hundreds of students that the draw of cards did not let them enjoy this kind of level of communicated education (this free webinar counted more than 200 participants at an arbitrary moment):


We will not stop providing hundreds of posts, 1-3 weekly zoom-webinars, and all the help people reach out to and we are actually able to follow (believe me, they to many to imagine and sometimes very vague, as is the case with novice cfd practitioners.

Therefore, I’ve decided to allow a huge improvement to the local and global community, I believe that can make an impact. Maybe this video will convince you:

Are you a giver or a taker? | Adam Grant


The huge change in my way of helping is an offer of 5-10 (and more of course if needed…) of Private and dedicated mentoring which includes an hour of private Zoom lesson, rare (my…) resources and tutorials for self learning during the session, a final project of the students choice conducted in collaboration with Tom Avraham a possible continuation of shorter pinpointed help after the finishing of the formal lessons, and a highly valued recommendation for the leading CFD companies for those in correspondence and prove worthy. 

The fee for a 5 hourly sessions is 150$ to be paid in advance (in some cases a workaround may be achieved delicate cases explained by email or by reaching out to Tom Avraham)


The fee for 10 hourly lessons is 250$ to be paid in advance (in some cases a workaround may be achieved delicate cases explained by email or by reaching out to Tom Avraham)


This fee is an introductory fee and shall be available until 19.7.2020 after which the fee shall change .

DO NOT MISS THE CHANCE and subscribe to the mentoring plan before 19.7.2020



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5 hourly zoom sessions + support (as explained in the above)

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10 hourly sessions + support (as explained in the above) – resources, self-paced videos, tutorials’… and of course me to reach out

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3 thoughts on “Private Mentoring – Zoom Sessions

    1. Anonymous

      This is an amazing initiative and will surely help many students. Thank you for this.
      May I ask which topics will be covered during the sessions?
      Thank you.

  1. Ramachandra Kulkarni

    hi I am following you via linkedin from many years and I am thankful for your posta and #all about CFD. as I am pursuing my PhD and my research topic is based on the flow analysis over turbine it will be helpful for me if you share your video links of the CFD for beginners where and how to start
    thanking you

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