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YouTube Lecture Series

The aim of Fluid Mechanics 101 is to teach fluid mechanics to everyone, all around the world. Hence, all of the lectures are free to watch on YouTube and can be enjoyed by everyone. However, if you would like to study the slides themselves in your own time (to avoid scrolling through the YouTube videos for a specific equation), you can buy a copy of the PDF lecture slides. This helps support the growth of the channel and allows us to provide more fluid mechanics lectures for everyone in future.

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List of Lectures

- What are Wall Functions and How do they work?
- How to solve incompressible Navier-Stokes (SIMPLE Algorithm)
- What are Thermal (Temperature) Wall Functions?
- How do Aerofoils generate Lift?
- How do Wind Turbine Rotors Really Work?
- When should I use the Boussinesq Approximation in Bouyancy Driven (Natural Convection) Flows?
- What form of the Energy Equation should I use for both Solids and Fluid Flow?
- What is the difference between Upwind, Linear Upwind and Central Differencing?
- When and Why do I need Operating Pressure, Temperature and Density?
- How does the Surface-to-Surface (S2S) Radiation Model Work?

- What wall functions do I need for epsilon?
- What wall functions do I need for turbulent kinetic energy?
- How are wall functions modified for roughness?
- The k-ω SST turbulence model
- The finite volume method in CFD
- What is the difference between y
^{+}and y^{*}? - How fine should my CFD mesh be?
- Mesh Non-Orthogonality
- Eulerian multi-phase modelling
- The k-ε turbulence model

- y+ for Laminar Flow
- Non-Newtonian Flows in CFD
- The Transition SST Model
- Shell Conduction in CFD
- Porous Zones in CFD
- Green Gauss Cell and Node Based Gradients
- Least Squares Gradient
- Green-Gauss Node Based Gradient
- The PISO Algorithm
- Cell Volume Calculation

- Non-Orthogonal Correctors 2: The Over-Relaxed Approach
- The Spalart-Allmaras Turbulence Model
- The Discrete Ordinates (DO) Radiation Model
- Lagrangian Particle Tracking
- Multiple Reference Frames (MRF)
- Pressure Inlets in CFD
- The k - ω Turbulence Model
- The Courant Number
- Large Eddy Simulation (1): Introduction
- Enhanced Wall Functions in ANSYS Fluent

- Large Eddy Simulation (2): Turbulent Kinetic Energy
- Heat Transfer Coefficient in Fluent, OpenFOAM and CFX
- Large Eddy Simulation (3): Sub-Grid Modelling
- Eddy Viscosity Turbulence Models
- The Smagorinsky Turbulence Model
- The Smagorinsky Turbulence Model (Part 2)
- Convection Boundary Condition
- Inflation Layers / Prism Layers in CFD
- Rhie & Chow Interpolation (Part 1)
- Rhie & Chow Interpolation (Part 2): Staggered Grids

- Rhie & Chow Interpolation (Part 3)
- Residuals in CFD (Part 1)
- Residuals in CFD (Part 2)
- Residuals in CFD (Part 3)
- Residuals in CFD (Part 4)
- Relaxation in CFD (Part 1)
- Relaxation in CFD (Part 2)
- Relaxation in CFD (Part 3)
- Pseudo-Transients for Steady State CFD (Part 1)
- Pseudo-Transients for Steady State CFD (Part 2)