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  • Mirjam Gleßmer
  • Christian F. Janßen
This article gives an overview of the diverse range of teaching applications that can be realized using an interactive lattice Boltzmann simulation tool in fluid mechanics instruction and outreach. In an inquiry-based learning framework, examples are given of learning scenarios that address instruction on scientific results, scientific methods or the scientific process at varying levels of student activity, from consuming to applying to researching. Interactive live demonstrations on portable hardware enable new and innovative teaching concepts for fluid mechanics, also for large audiences and in the early stages of the university education. Moreover, selected examples successfully demonstrate that the integration of high-fidelity CFD methods into fluid mechanics teaching facilitates high-quality student research work within reach of the current state of the art in the respective field of research.
Original languageEnglish
Article number35
JournalComputation
Volume5
Issue3
Number of pages22
DOIs
StatePublished - 2017

    Research areas

  • Science communication and enrichment - fluid mechanics, engineering education, interactive simulation, inquiry-based learning

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