Fluid dynamics, like other physical sciences, is divided into theoretical and experimental
branches. However, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is third branch of Fluid
dynamics, which has aspects of both the previous two branches. CFD is a supplement
rather than a replacement to the experiment or theory. It turns a computer into a
virtual laboratory, providing insight, foresight, return on investment and cost savings1.
This work is a step toward an approach that realise a new and effective way of developing
these CFD models.
This thesis was submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Loughborough University.