Advanced Simulation Tools for Mechanics and the Environment - 5EUS5OSA
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Number of hours
Lectures : 12.0
Tutorials : 12.0
Laboratory works : 20.0
Projects : 16.0
Internship : -
Written tests : ?
ECTS : 5.0
Officials :Julien CHAUCHAT
• Aquire a knowledge on the numerical methods for interface tracking (free surface flows) and discrete element methods (DEM) for modeling the granular microstructure. • Aquire a knowledge of the state of the art models of turbulence (RANS / LES / DNS) and models for particulate transport (passive scalar and two-phase flow). • Aquire a knowledge on how to set-up an advanced simulation tool for solving problems in mechanics and control the quality of the resulting solution.
During this module, students will have twenty hours on the following themes: • Numerical methods for interface tracking and discrete element method • Models and simulation of turbulence • Models for particles transport / sediment (passive scalar and two-phase flow)
Students will have to perform a simulation project supervised by a tutor (about 30 hours). Each group will have to make a different topic and all the projects will cover the range of methods and models presented during the lectures. The evaluation will be achieved ??by a report and a public defense. During these defenses, the students will present their work and highlight the problems encountered and the solutions tested to solve them.
Numerical methods (VF / EF / ED), Fluid Mechanics, Turbulence, rheology of geomaterials
Specific credits: this course brings 6.0 ECTS to students in Year 2 Master Fluid Mechanics and Energetics (M2 FME)
Specific credits: this course brings 6.0 ECTS to students in Year 2 Master Hydraulics and Civil Engineering (M2 HCE)