The Computational Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee (CFDTC) serves as a focal point for technical activities in the areas of computational methods (finite-difference, finite-volume, finite-element) for solving various approximate governing equations of fluid flow, novel algorithms for solving flow problems on advanced computer architectures (massively parallel and cluster of workstations), benchmarking of public domain and commercially available software, numerical simulation of flow problems in industry, and application of CFD techniques to other related disciplines, for example multiphase flows, hydrodynamics, acoustics, etc.
CFDTC members cooperate to organize and promote symposia and forums in these areas and with members of the other technical committees and coordinating groups to co-sponsor activities of mutual interest. CFDTC also organizes panel discussions on topics of current interest.
The CFDTC invites the interested members of Fluids Engineering Division of ASME to participate in planning, organization, and presentation of symposia and forums on topics of current interest. The CFDTC meeting is held one evening during every IMECE and FED Summer Meeting. The meeting is open to ASME members and visitors who wish to take part in the committee's planned activities.
Raymond Gordnier, Ph.D.
Computational Aerophysics Branch
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Air Force Research Laboratory
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Ning Zhang, Ph.D.
Department of Engineering
McNeese State University
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70609