Analysis of the practical reform of engineering thermal physics teaching based on FLUENT
Keywords:engineering thermophysics, FLUENT, microchannel heat sink, practice
Engineering thermophysics is a technical science which studies the law of energy transformation in the form of heat and its application.It studies the internal laws of various thermal phenomena and thermal processes, and can be used to guide engineering practice. FLUENT is a tool course that plays a great role in assisting with the simulation of some devices in engineering thermophysics and fluids. However, in the process of learning simulation, students have had difficulty in mastering the FLUENT software and this paper proposes some constructive suggestions for measures to increase students' mastery of this software.
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