All About CFD – Mapping the Territory

My name is Tomer (Tom) Avraham. I have been around fluid dynamics, CFD, and Physics in general for the past 20 years. Spent time at workplaces that I can nothing but own great gratitude for (Israeli Aerospace Industry, Elbit, head of engineering in Ansys channel partner, a consultant to STAR-CCM+ channel partner), then enabled myself to continue and finish my Ph.D. in the topic I love the most with and an endless drive to learn something new each and every day whilst keeping my uncontrollable need for epistemic stimulus.

I’ve started this blog for my own enjoyment and it is still such. After hundreds of posts I feel the fire in me to keep on going in full thrust, and into the most interesting and challenging fields as my epistemic need for cognition drives me to.

I would be thrilled if each and every one of you would follow along beside me and Rajat Walia (my co-author and advisor to many of the ideas and posts) in parts of the path, and create an UPDATED mapping for the “All About CFD” territory which stretches way beyond our hundreds of publications with the aim of achieving totally FREE networking and collaboration worldwide platform to keep us all up to date with our dynamic CFD surrounding.

Shall we begin?…

Join our “All About CFD” for FREE (that will never change…) uploading of recorded new and classic lectures, free online recorded courses and webinars, textbooks, “All About CFD” related posts, and the most attractive and exclusive to “All About CFD” subscribers hiring positions, renowned/classic articles and tutorials poured frantically into “All About CFD” Telegram group as a contribution for more than 800 subscribers: https://lnkd.in/eYffuT9K

🌟 All About CFD Posts 🌟

(SUPERBLY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 🌟🌟🌟)


💥The Slideshare Alert Series💥


💥Tip of the Week💥


💥Documents (Hebrew)💥


💥Large Eddie Simulation (LES) Guides (references)💥


💥Classic and wonderful lectures you wanna watch💥

  • Combustion Theory and Applications in CFD – by Professor Heinz Pitcsh (summer lectures):
  1. Recorded Lectures
  2. Lecture Notes 
  3. Professor Heinz Pitcsh webinar: Professor Heinz Pitcsh

List of favorite CFD (and more…) resources, open-share CFD books, and textbooks:

  • Professor Lorena A. Barba (Boston university) courses (free open learning):

CFD Python: 12 steps to Navier-Stokes💥

  • The flow physics of COVID-19 – an excellent read filled with top-notch information about #COVID19 oddly even with some CFD aspects, from the world-leading epidemiologists working on the subject at John Hopkins.

💥Contributors and blogs💥


🔥 ”All About CFD…” – WEBINARS 🔥


🔥 Global: 🔥

  • Cadence Fidelity CFD (I simply adore the union with John Chawner and Pointwise – pay close attention) – “Another Fine Mesh the Cadence (formerly Pointwise) blog.”

💥Online and Frontal Courses💥

Courses are on an on-demand basis and shall require upfront registration (with scheduling time per applicant for watching the video and followed by a Zoom Q&A by either Tomer Avraham or Dani Koganovich regarding the material studied).

Course scheduling shall be supplied upon registration by :

emailing: TomerAvraham45@gmail.com

Phone/Whatsaap: +972-52-8111076

The list of courses shall be varied frequently.

Currently up for registration (click to email registration, details shall be supplied by reply):


Tomer (Tom) Avraham, PhD

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