Simulations for flows and thermal issues 2 - 4EUS4SFT
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Number of hours
Lectures : 20.0
Tutorials : 20.0
Laboratory works : 20.0
Projects : -
Internship : -
ECTS : 5.0
Officials :Pierre-Luc DELAFIN
Learning on : - Know the principles implemented in commercial flow simulation codes for more advanced (complex turbulent flows, multiphase flows, highly compressible flows) than those studied in S3 configurations. - Master the best practices for using these commercial codes for these more advanced configurations - Know the principles of development of modern flow simulation codes. Mastering a commercial tool mesh generation for flows in complex geometries.
Description of the Course Unit :
• simulation of turbulent flows external and internal, including thermal effects • flow simulation phase separated (sloshing problem) and dispersed phase (Eulerian-Lagrangian approach, Application: separation processes); simulation of free surface flows • Introduction to object-oriented programming and handling of open source CFD code (eg SU2 code developed at Stanford) • mesh generation for the simulation (basic tools Design Modeler and Meshing of Ansys software)
Numerical simulations for flows and thermal 1 (ME Department, 2nd year, Autumn Semester)
Examof 2h for verifying the individual acquisition of key concepts and mastery of analytical tools.
Project Report: Analysis of a self-flow pattern (eg interaction shock / boundary layer) using a code "research."