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Exploring the Role of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Aerothermodynamics

Author(s): Anne Ellis

Aerothermodynamics is a discipline of physics that investigates the thermodynamic properties and behaviour of gases and liquids, particularly when flowing at high speeds. This field is fundamental to the design and optimization of a variety of technologies, such as jet engines, wind turbines, spacecraft, and more. A significant portion of the analysis and predictions in aerothermodynamics are facilitated by the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), a branch of fluid mechanics that utilizes numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems involving fluid flows.

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