COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS: SUPERCOMPUTERS, PROGRAM TOOLS, YOUNG SCIENTISTS
To date computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is one of the components of the design process in aerospace industry, propulsion engineering, wind energy, due to the lower cost of numerical investigations are compared with the natural experiments. Major aim of CFD is reproduction real physical processes with the maximum degree of certainty. Due to this is possible better understanding the processes, make recommendations for aerodynamic shapes of designed device near to optimal. These calculations allow for detailed characteristics of the device well before its manufacture and deployment, significantly reducing the cost of expensive blowing in the wind tunnels, which are present in the standard design methods. Another problem are environmental problems - simulation of atmospheric phenomena, river hydrodynamics, distribution of pollution in urban and industrial areas.