The three-dimensional simulation (3D-Computational-Fluid-Dynamics simulation) represents the most sophisticated approach for detailed numerical investigations on any thermo-fluiddynamical problem. This approach is based on the numerical solution of partial differential equations for conservation of mass, species concentration, momentum and energy over an arbitrary fluid domain (Euler formulation).The basic formulations of the governing conservation equations are well known since the century, but their numerical implementation in a computer-based simulation of a fluid-dynamical problem of interest is recent history.


Turbulent Kinetic Energy Internal Combustion Engine Engine Modeling Wall Heat Transfer Diffusion Mass Flux 
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  • Marco Chiodi

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