Any major stakeholder in the construction field will understand the significance of Fluid Flow and its role in Civil Engineering. However, recent times have driven this point even further. When the climate changes across the world became un-predictable, CFD’s role in building design became undisputable. Hence frequent and in-depth study on CFD from a civil engineer’s perspective is required.
Educational institutions around the globe are trying to ensure that the recent trends in CFD are duly researched, shared and discussed upon so that society could benefit from the latest technology under the said field. Vellore Institue of Technology stands a class apart, in this regard, by employing its School of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (SMEC and SCE) to impart its expertise on and around Fluid Dynamics from Civil Engineering perspective. One such effort for the same is its National Workshop on “Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) A Civil Engineering Perspective”.
The workshop aims to address various concerns and research opportunities on CFD, Preprocessing Modelling, High-Rise building case set-up, Automation opportunities and much more. It is addressed by two renowned experts in this profession Dr Sivakumar R and Dr Karthiyaini S on December 19, 2020. Any industry person, faculty or professional interested can register here. The seats are fast-filling under the first-come-first-serve basis. So what are you waiting for? Take your phone and book your slots, for an interesting and informative session on CFD’s role in Construction Technology and Structural Engineering.
For further details, you can contact Dr Shanmugasundaram M, Assistant Professor, SCE, VIT Chennai. 7708424048