proj - Team Modeling Project for 16.540 Due Date 4 May 2006...

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Team Modeling Project for 16.540 Due Date : 4 May 2006 Credit: 20% of course grade Project Objective: Formulate and implement a model of an internal flow phenomenon which makes a clear statement about some aspect of the flow which you: i) find interesting and ii) view as being of technical importance. You will be graded on the technical content of your modeling and also on how well you communicate the important ideas of the research. The latter is included because the instructors regard the clear statement of ideas and results as one measure of how well the material has been “digested” and internalized by you. a) Do you explain the objective of the model in a simple manner? b) Have you defined, in a reader-accessible manner, the approximations you made? c) Is the development of the model technically correct and have you explained and justified the methods that are applied? d) Is the discussion of your principal results clear? e) Do the figures you present elucidate important trends? f) Do you refer to other literature to support the development of your model or a description of the results? g) Do you compare and contrast your model to other methods that have been applied? h) Did you present arguments (either a priori or a posteriori) that justify the modeling approach i) Did you define what new insight your model provides? j) Have you made specific suggestions for modeling similar problems in the future? k)
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course AERO 16.512 taught by Professor Manuelmartinez-sanchez during the Fall '05 term at MIT.

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