A unique combination of theory and practical sessions on the fundamentals and applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics, which would enable design engineers to effectively deal with various fluid flow problems.
Civil and structural engineers will learn the theory, applications and best practices of offshore structural engineering.
Modeling of Ground water flow is a special application of the general science of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). It is now a widely applied technology for groundwater resource management and pollution related problems. The appropriate use of these tools requires an understanding of the underlying physics, mathematics and numerical concepts and methods. This course is designed to create the necessary understanding of CFD in the context of ground water flow modeling.
A unique course designed to bridge the gap between theoretical finite element knowledge and its industrial applications by providing valuable insights into the relationship between the physical data and the finite element model.
The course is intended to provide engineers with the theory, analysis and design considerations in dealing with composite structural components in the form of laminated beam, plate or shell structures made of fiber-reinforced composite materials.
Nuclear and Hazardous waste is an increasing bye-product of today's industrial society. Much of this waste finds its way to our ground water resource either by design or by neglect. Some of this waste can stay active for a very long time, even upto hundreds of thousands of years. To understand the impact of such waste on the ground water resource is a pressing environmental concern. Since it is not possible to design and test systems that can be effective over thousands of years, the only alternative is to explore the impact of such waste by CFD simulation and modeling.