This page is about computational fluid dynamics, which is about numerical solutions and approximations to fluid flow problems.
A lot of these problems are described mathematically by some version of a Navier-Stokes equations.
This is important for Meteorology and Climate models. It is also important for the design of cars, rockets etc. but on Azimuth we will be mostly concerned with the former, less with the latter.
See Visualization tool for tools to generate graphics out of computational results.
Numerical approximations used in CFD are approximations of partial differential equations, like finite elements.
Anil W.Date: Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
Rainald LĂ¶hner: Applied CFD Techniques
FEMhub. FEMhub is now included in NCLab, which you can access by pressing the image on the FEMhub page. Or here NCLab. NCLab uses a desktop metaphor and is a collaborative CFD environment.
Based on SAGE at least the laboratory.