Title: "Presumed-PDF combustion modelling for LES of premixed and partially premixed flames".
Abstract: Challenges and advantages of a recently-developed combustion model for premixed and partially premixed combustion are discussed. The model, implemented in an in house version of OpenFOAM, is based on presumed probability density function (PDF) and pre-computed chemistry. The development of two recent modelling strategies, and the related implementation in OpenFOAM, is discussed in particular: one concerns the use of dynamic evaluation of the model constant, and the other the correction to the modelling approach in cases where the dynamic evaluation is not possible. The methods are tested on a number of different configurations spanning low to high turbulence regimes.
Title: "Modeling of poly-disperse bubble populations using discrete and log-normal methods in OpenFOAM"'
Title: “Fully coupled CFD+CSM modelling for Ocean, Offshore and Coastal problems”.
Abstract: Hydroelastic interactions can occur in Ocean, Offshore and Coastal areas, including wave-induced deformations for civil facilities (e.g. breakwaters, monopiles) or natural resources (e.g. sea ice, aquatic vegetations). This presentation introduces a novel approach that combines computational fluid dynamics (CFD) with computational solid mechanics (CSM) to dynamically simulate the fully coupled hydroelastic interaction between nonlinear waves and a deformable structure. The fully coupled CFD+CSM approach will be demonstrated through its theories, modelling methods, algorithms and several case studies.
OpenFoam Workshop December 3, 2021Registration website for OpenFoam Workshop December 3, 2021
Marja de Graafdcse@tudelft.nl
Marja de Graafdcse@tudelft.nlhttps://www.aanmelder.nl/128407
OpenFoam Workshop December 3, 2021OpenFoam Workshop December 3, 20210.00EUROnlineOnly2019-01-01T00:00:00Z
Delft University of Technology/ Applied PhysicsDelft University of Technology/ Applied PhysicsLorentzweg 1/Building 22/ meeting room F206 2628 CJ Delft Netherlands