Industrial/PhD Course: Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
17.08.2021 kl. 08.30 - 20.08.2021 kl. 16.30
Associate Professor Chungen Yin, email@example.com, Aalborg University, Denmark
Associate Prof. Chungen Yin, Aalborg University
Associate Prof. Torsten Berning, Aalborg University
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has been successfully used in innovative design, trouble-shooting, optimization of technologies and facilities in numerous areas. This advanced CFD course will provide a familiarity with and an in-depth understanding of the following topics and issues:
- Day 1: Fundamentals of CFD (intro to CFD; the finite volume method for various steady and unsteady problems; different spatial and temporal discretization schemes, their formulation, assessment and applicability). Lecturer: Chungen Yin; 7.4 hours
- Day 2: RANS turbulence modeling (SIMPLE algorithm for pressure-velocity coupling; fundamentals of turbulence; different isotropic eddy viscosity models; near-wall modeling; meshing impact and strategies). Lecturer: Chungen Yin; 7.4 hours
- Day 3: Multiphase flow modeling (different methods for multiphase flow modeling such as Lagrangian method, Eulerian method, mixture & volume of fluid approach; modeling multiphase flow in porous media). Lecturer: Torsten Berning; 7.4 hours
- Day 4: Turbulent combustion modeling and user-defined functions (combustion analysis tools; species transport/eddy dissipation or EDC; mixture fraction/PDF; fundamentals & examples of user-defined functions). Lecturer: Chungen Yin; 7.4 hours
During each of the four days, lectures will be combined with demos and hands-on sessions, in order to achieve the above objectives.
Basic knowledge in fluid flow, turbulence, multiphase, combustion, programming
Form of evaluation:
finish one of the following tasks and the corresponding mini-project report.
- numerically solve a general transport equation using the finite volume method and the key results; or
- modeling of a turbulent flow using a commercial CFD code both by the default software and by developing and integrating user-defined functions.
6000 DKK for PhD students outside of Denmark and 8000 DKK for the Industry.
Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University
Aalborg University, Pontoppidanstræde 101, room 1.015, 9220 Aalborg East
28.07.2021 kl. 00.00