This lesson covers the finite element modeling of fluid flow problems, focusing on the heat conduction problem and the development of a finite element-based model. The lesson delves into the significance of material flow, the governing equation of fluid flow, and the formulation of the finite element for a particular element. It also discusses the continuity equation, momentum equation, and energy conservation equation. The lesson further explains the concept of a control volume and the different phenomena associated with it. It also introduces the concept of a natural coordinate system and the master element to solve a heat conduction problem. The lesson concludes with a discussion on coordinate transformation.

- The finite element model is developed by looking into the fluid flow problem, which is mostly associated with the feature rolling process.
- The governing equation of the fluid flow problem includes the continuity equation, momentum equation, and energy conservation equation.
- The Navier–Stokes equations are partial differential equations which describe the motion of viscous fluid substances.

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