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The Transition Series: Part I – Mathematical Perspective

MOTIVATION MY FIRST  IN A LONG SET ABOUT THE PHENOMENA OF TRANSITION - SO EXCITED... The set shall certainly be for me the most important set of posts I've ever posted (I'm focused but it will take time...), based on my own messy scribbled writing, and the very new advances published lately in the works …

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“All About CFD” – Tom’s Blog: The All Inclusive Turbulence Guide – Call to join 🤍🤍🤍

“All About CFD” – Tom’s Blog: The All Inclusive Turbulence Guide   Following payment a password shall be granted, and the protected post content shall be fully exposed. Password and Learning Spot are available upon confirming payment at EMAIL: AVR.TOMER@GMAIL.COM As always, I don’t want someone not to enjoy #freeonlinelearning because of price issues. If …

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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. 2) A PRIMER TO LARGE EDDY SIMULATIONS (LES). #AllAboutCFD

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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