Know the principles implemented in commercial flow simulation codes for incompressible aerodynamics (essentially hydrodynamic) / conventional configurations.
Know the best practices for using these codes (or at least a representative commercial code)
Awareness of the use of non-commercial codes through the simulation of compressible flows quasi-1D.
Course and exercices:
• principles and implementation of the finite volume approach for the solution of Euler and Navier-Stokes compressible and incompressible operations
• Analysis Tools of discretization schemes: accuracy, stability, efficiency
• Validation & Verification process for non-viscous laminar and turbulent conventional aerodynamic flows, (only RANS approach) hydrodynamic / (single-phase flows, Newtonian fluid equations usual condition - constant density, ideal gas)
• analyzed configurations, linkages to postprocessing: pitot / Venturi, viscometer, flow over flat plate, cylinder, Profile, laminar and turbulent jets, incompressible pipe flow, compressible flow through a nozzle
• openness to the coupling flow / thermal (natural convection)
Bases on discretization of partial differential equations (course "Numerical Methods" of 1st Year)
First session (If distant learning mandatory):
EN assessment: Exam of 2h for verifying the individual acquisition of key concepts and mastery of analysis (order of accuracy, stability, efficiency) tools.
ER assessment : Project Report: analysis independently, using a commercial CFD code, a non-treated BE but replicating the methodologies applied to cases dealt with in the training flow configuration.
EN assessment: Retaking this assessment is not possible
Moyenne de l'UE / Course Unit assessment = ER 50% + EN 50% (exemple)
The course exists in the following branches:the course schedule for 2020-2021
Course ID : 4EUS3SF1
You can find this course among all other courses.
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The Finite Volume Method in Computational Fluid Dynamics: An Advanced Introduction with OpenFOAM® and Matlab, F. Moukalled, L. Mangani and M. Darwish
Date of update February 8, 2017