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"All About CFD..." - blog index

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"All About CFD..." - blog index

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I love CFD. Been doing it the past 15 years… 💕

Early in 2016 I’ve decided to blog about it… I aim for the blog to share my CFD and fluid mechanics thoughts over quite a broad spectrum of related topics.

I guess the idea behind the decision to blog besides my tendency to share knowledge and an ever growing hunger for new insights was the opportunity to be able to do so without having to think whether it’s appropriate or not… it’s mine 😉

No post will by no means be all encompassing nor highly accurate (you can get that from very in-depth academic resources…).

I therefore have no thought that this blog might be a benefit to all others, I wrote it only to sustain my understanding… 🙌

Nevertheless, I hope for the essence to be captured, and even more so communicated…✨✨✨


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