Welcome to the World of CFD
My name is Ahmed Al Makky (To view my CV). I hold a PhD degree in computational fluid dynamics like wise I hold a masters degree in sustainable energy and environment furthermore a BSc degree in mechanical engineering. I came to know the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics in 2006 when I started applying for different masters degree courses. I felt that this is the field I want to pursue my studies in due to my old fascination with aviation since childhood. It is a field full of challenges which in turn leads to a bright future. I didn't get the chance to work with CFD during my masters but my research work is related to Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Please accept my apologies while going through the website there are parts under construction and you will find spelling mistakes here and there. I try to maintain the website and update its info regularly. It takes a bit of time to refine the material.
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A new CFD group was setup on Facebook to allow some more interaction between different CFD researchers. Click on the the shown Icon to access the web page.
CFD is an ocean of Knowledge (like any other discipline) and the only way to survive in that ocean is to have a team of good sailors with you. If you work with an honest team of friends who care about you more than money or anything else and know their survivability is based on having you as their treasure then you can progress forward and reach your goals. Working alone in CFD will get you nowhere and you will always end up lagging behind till you end up with nothing. So always respect others and never think your the smartest guy out there.
One of the main reasons of why we need to use CFD is to predict how fluids behave moreover so that we would not encounter the shown case:
Parts of the website are still under construction these days and will not be available for a while. Apologies for any inconvenience caused, hoping for the best to you all.
Samples of My CFD Work
I need to note something about CFD how much it looks nice in its pictures it is a challenging field and the only way to get through it is if you have a supportive environment of scientists. It differs from engineering and what you will find with the progression of time that its a challenging field full of problems and individual work is not enough due to the many encountered complexities.
The following album shows a study of an air flow patterns inside different objects in-addition to some stress analysis projects
The steam turbine project I worked on recently. Was an interesting challenge, steam turbines are used in power stations. Their development is always required for the future.
Micro turbines have become of interest to lots of academic institutions due to their capability of producing high energy output in a small occupied space, with the option of selecting from a large variety of fuels.
Coding Tutorials for Computational Fluid Dynamics
Dear visitor many thanks for downloading my book I hope it can be of help to your development. I have corrected and modified the previous copy. The updated new copy has been uploaded on the 25/01/2014. For all of you out there please pray for me to get a job so that I can get financial assistance in finishing this book. This book can be taught for a introductory CFD course.
I would appreciate any testimonials about this book. A sample of my MATLAB book is provided, its originally made up of more than 12 chapters, initially for now 5 chapters are available , click on the image on the right-hand side to download a copy, feedback is very much appreciated. Please accept my apologies for the spelling mistakes in the book. I will correct them with the progression of time. The intention to share the contents of this book for young researchers out there who want to learn and further their studies and have no sufficient funds to further their education qualifications.
MATLAB DNS Low Speed Compressible Code for Air
Great news dear visitor, I provide here an educational DNS MATLAB code for the study of a low speed air compressible code. The code is to be used for educational purposes. The zipfile has a text file telling you how to run it, this is the first version one for the simplest constructed case, the Navier-Stokes equations are solved for a box without any input or output boundaries, the user after understanding the code can adapt it for his own interest, click on the icon below to download.
The user will have to validate it once he starts using it for the flow cases he implements it on. I would very much appreciate any input about my code. A more higher order differentiating scheme is required in addition to applying more complex boundary conditions, I hope this code contributes to your development. Coming soon will be the MATLAB Subsonic DNS Code Manual. The book is made up of 8 chapter the following chapter:
Chapter 1 how to run the code
Chapter 2 Main Program
Chapter 3 Solving the continuity Equation
Chapter 4 Solving the Momentum Equation
Chapter 5 Solving the Energy Equation
Chapter 6 Time Stepping
Chapter 7 Data Analysis
Chapter 8 Mesh Generation
Chapter 9 Boundary Conditions
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