I have good background of finite element methods and continuum mechanics and I am familiar with fluid mechanics. My aim is to understand the required theory and to write my own simple codes using finite element, finite volume or other methods.
I am looking for references for computational fluid dynamics. I am beginner in this field, so I am looking for 'beginner references.' The reference should also outline necessary background in an accessible manner for computational fluid dynamics, such as Navier-Stokes equations, finite volume method derivation etc. (I personally think many books outline prerequisites before going for advance topics.)
I did search and found out two books:
- T. J. Chung, computational fluid dynamics
- Versteeg and Malalasekera, An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
Chung's book seems to give a lot of background information on FEM, FDM, FVM. But I am not sure how the book will turn out after investing time and efforts. Suggestions are welcome.