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Industrial computational fluid dynamics, VKI LS 2015-05, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-092-8

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Progress achieved in the modeling of thermohydraulic phenomena and in the development of robust and efficient numerical techniques makes the application of the computational approach to the investigation of complex flows in situations of industrial interest feasible. This lecture Series proceedings present the state-of-the-art of computational solutions to industrial fluid dynamics problems.

The first part is devoted to an introductory overview of industrial CFD. Basic lecture notes describe the efficient and robust schemes/methods, which can be used for a range of flows from incompressible and low speed to high speed and for steady and unsteady problems. Emphasis is given to turbulence modeling and its effect on the simulation. Additional contents specifically address practical applications and the issue of the practicability of the technology by presenting results of industrial simulations.

By its nature and content, the course notes are addressed to all industrial users and research laboratories which are interested in acquiring and/or developing a predictive capability in the domain of fluid flow problems, as well as to researchers interested in the application of CFD to solving practical problems in an industrial context.

The Lecture Series co-directors are Jean-Marie Buchlin and Philippe Planquart from the von Karman Institute of Fluid Dynamics.

  • IACOVIDES, H. – University of Manchester, United Kingdom
    Different approaches for turbulence modeling
  • DECONINCK, H. & DE MULDER, T. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Introduction to discretization methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • POINSOT, T.J. - Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse and CNRS, France
    LES for industrial applications
  • LAKEHAL, D. - ASCOMP & ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Computational multiphase flows: models and strategies
  • BRIONNAUD, R.1; CHÁVEZ MODENA, M.1; HOLMAN, D.M.1; TRAVOSTINO, G. 2- 1Next Limit Technologies, Spain & 2Piaggio Aerospace, Italy
    Industrial Lattice-Boltzmann method applications: Piaggio aerospace P1XX aircraft stall prediction and axial fan aerodynamics
  • BRIONNAUD, R.1; CHÁVEZ MODENA, M.1; HOLMAN, D.M.1- 1Next Limit Technologies, Spain
    Introduction to the Lattice-Boltzmann method and technology overview of the CFD software XFlow
  • ZALESKI, S. - Sorbonne Univ, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, France
    Interface tracking (VOF)
  • LO, S. - CD-Adapco, UK
    Modelling multiphase flow with an Eulerian approach
    Industrial applications with Eulerian approach
  • MYRILLAS, K. – von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Simulation of free surface flow using OpenFOAM: application to sloshing

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