About the Center for Computational Fluid Dynamics


Rainald Löhner, Director
Chi Yang
Fernando Camelli


What is Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)?

CFD is the systematic application of computing systems and computational solution techniques to mathematical models formulated to describe and simulate fluid dynamic phenomena.

CFD is part of computational mechanics, which in turn is part of simulation techniques. Simulation is used by engineers and physicists to forecast or …

Computational Fluid Dynamics [Videos]

Researchers at GMU’s Center for Computational Fluid Dynamics recently unveiled a first of its kind patient-specific blood flow simulation system that was assembled by Phillips Medical Systems using software components developed at Mason.