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He attended the University of Florida, graduating in with high honors and a Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering Degree. In he joined the U. In ,he became Chairman of the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Maryland, and since has been professor of Aerospace Engineering at Maryland. During , while on sabbatical from the university, Dr.
He continues with the Museum in a part- time appointment as special assistant for aerodynamics. In addition to his appoint- ment in aerospace engineering, in he was elected to the faculty of the Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science at Maryland.
He is the author of over papers on radiative gasdynamics, re- entry aerothermodynamics, gas dynamic and chemical lasers, computational fluid dynamics, applied aerodynamics, hypersonic flow, and the history of aerodynamics. If you have never studied CFD before, if you have never worked in the area, and if you have no real idea as to what the discipline is all about, then this book is for you.
Absolutely no prior knowledge of CFD is assumed on your part-only your desire to learn something about the subject is taken for granted. The author's single-minded purpose in writing this book is to provide a simple, satisfying, and motivational approach toward presenting the subject to the reader who is learning about CFD for the first time.
In the workplace, CFD is today a mathematically sophisticated discipline. Harlow , who is widely considered as one of the pioneers of CFD.
From to late s, this group developed a variety of numerical methods to simulate transient two-dimensional fluid flows, such as Particle-in-cell method Harlow, ,  Fluid-in-cell method Gentry, Martin and Daly, ,  Vorticity stream function method Jake Fromm, ,  and Marker-and-cell method Harlow and Welch, The first paper with three-dimensional model was published by John Hess and A.
Smith of Douglas Aircraft in Their method itself was simplified, in that it did not include lifting flows and hence was mainly applied to ship hulls and aircraft fuselages.
The advantage of the lower order codes was that they ran much faster on the computers of the time. It has been used in the development of many submarines , surface ships , automobiles , helicopters , aircraft , and more recently wind turbines.
Its sister code, USAERO is an unsteady panel method that has also been used for modeling such things as high speed trains and racing yachts.
In the two-dimensional realm, a number of Panel Codes have been developed for airfoil analysis and design.
The codes typically have a boundary layer analysis included, so that viscous effects can be modeled. Developers turned to Full Potential codes, as panel methods could not calculate the non-linear flow present at transonic speeds.
The first description of a means of using the Full Potential equations was published by Earll Murman and Julian Cole of Boeing in