Computational fluid dynamics



noun
1.
(functioning as sing) the prediction of the behaviour of fluids and of the effects of fluid motion past objects by numerical methods rather than model experiments

language
(CFD) A Fortran-based parallel language for the Illiac IV.
(1994-11-29)

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