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Learn Finite Volume Analysis from Daily Life Examples

Examples of a heat pan and my lunch box
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (60 ratings)
2,783 students
32min of on-demand video
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Conduct finite volume analysis through visualization,key concept and math manipulation
Discretize 1D and 2D domain from two real-life examples
Apply boundary conditions to governing equation

Requirements

  • Basic calculus background would be useful, such as integration and differentiation

Description

Hi everyone,

I know sometimes finite volume analysis might sound intimidating. However, I found that it is easier to understand when we associate the abstract knowledge with examples that are tangible to us. In this course, you will learn how to use Finite Volume Analysis to determine the temperature profile of a handle of a pan as well as what the temperature distribution look like in my lunch box! I hope you can join me on this fun journey! 

Who this course is for:

  • Potential Engineers
  • Potential Mathematicians
  • Someone that is interested in getting to know how Finite Volume Analysis works
  • Someone that need help in Finite Volume Analysis for homework, project, career advancement, etc
  • Someone that is interested in relating abstract math equations to meaningful real-world challenges
  • Someone hops to use Finite Volume Analysis to build predictive models for various projects

Instructor

Mechanical Engineering Grad Student at Purdue University
L'imagist Studio
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 160 Reviews
  • 5,292 Students
  • 2 Courses

Hello everyone! My name is Victoria, the creator of L'imagist Studio where I share educational videos for engineers and scientists with engaging visuals. I am currently a graduate student at Purdue University studying mechanical engineering. I am also working as a design engineer in the automotive industry. I love math, science, engineering and art!  I also have the passion to share what I know with all of you!

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