# Design guides and articles

This section is dedicated to academics and professionals who are looking for specific design guides and articles covering topics in CFD, water network modeling, and structural mechanics.
Disclaimer:  All contents are purely informative and they are not to be used for commercial purposes without being checked and reviewed by a licensed engineer.

#### Flow across a partially closed valve LES CFD simulation - Theory

Large Eddy simulation of turbulent flow across a partially closed valve | Click Here

#### Water distribution network modelling - Newton Raphson method

A design guide on how to use the Newton-Raphson iterative method to model a closed and open water distribution network system – Click Here
Thumbnail image is a (c) 2014, Marbouty et al, subject to a CC-BY 4.0 license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

#### CFD simulation of a channel with a backward step

CFD simulation of a channel with a backward step for turbulent and laminar flows |Click Here

#### Matrix inverse step by step method

Gaussian elimination method for Matrix inverse – step by step | Click Here

#### Psychrometric Charts

Check a quick guidlines on Psychrometric Charts

#### PC Specifications for the best CFD Simulation experience

Check a PC built specifications for the best CFD simulation experience

#### A step by step CFD ANSYS Fluent Tutorial of a transient flow over a NACA Airfoil

CFD #ANSYS #Fluent Tutorial of a transient flow over a #NACA #Airfoil – Click Here

#### How to calculate the cooling coil capacity - HVAC Design guide series - Article 2

Guidlines for calculating cooling coil capacity – HVAC Design

#### Atmospheric Re-entry of a space capsule into earth's atmosphere -CFD Simulation

CFD Simulation result of a space capsule re-entering earth’s atmosphere

#### Magnus effect, a comprehensive CFD Simulation tutorial.

Magnus effect, a CFD Simulation tutorial

#### Divergence Theorem, Also Known as Gauss's Theorem

Develop a mathematical intuition for the divergence Theorem or Gauss’s theorem