Description: Fundamental concepts of finite element methods in fluid mechanics, including spatial discretization and numerical integration in multidimensions, time-integration, and solution of nonlinear ordinary differential equation systems. Advanced numerical stabilization techniques designed for fluid mechanics problems. Strategies for solution of complex, real-world problems. Topics in large-scale computing, parallel processing, and visualization. Prerequisites may be taken concurrently. Additional work required. Cross-list: MECH 454, CEVE 454, CEVE 554, MECH 554, BIOE 454. Mutually Exclusive: Cannot register for BIOE 554 if student has credit for BIOE 454.