Vol.4 : Computational Turbulent Incompressible Flow

Advanced Computation in Fluid Mechanics

(DN3004/FDN3004)

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080506: The Problem sheet is updated (see Problem 7).

080424: The course pm is updated: submission of comments moved to week 6.

080429: The Problem sheet is updated (see Problem 1, equation (9)).

080421: The Problem sheet is updated (see Problems 1,7,9,10).

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First meeting: Tuesday April 8 13.15, in room 4523.

Course leader: Johan Hoffman


Schedule

  • Seminar week 1: Tuesday 8/4 13.15 (4523)
    Lecture notes
  • FEniCS introduction: Friday 11/4 13.15 (4523)
  • Seminar week 2: Friday 18/4 10.00 (1635)
    Lecture notes
  • Seminar week 3: Tuesday 22/4 13.15 (4523)
    Lecture notes
  • Seminar week 4: Wednesday 7/5 10.00 (1625)
  • Seminar week 5: Thursday 8/5 13.15 (4523)
  • Seminar week 6: Wednesday 14/5 13.15 (1625)
  • Seminar week 7: Wednesday 21/5 13.15 (4523)
  • Seminar week 8: Monday 16/6 10.00 (4523)

Course description

Course PM

Problem sheet

Project PM

Literature review PM


Literature

Computational Turbulent Incompressible Flow - Hoffman/Johnson
Blow up of Euler - Hoffman/Johnson
Blow up of Euler - Hou
Computational regularity of Navier-Stokes - Constantin
Official Clay formulation - Fefferman
Genesis of d'Alembert paradox - Grimberg/Pauls/Frisch
review of Birkhoff's Hydrodynamics - Stoker
20th century Paradox -
Prandtl's boundary layer - Anderson
Resolution of d'Alembert's paradox - Hoffman/Johnson
d'Alembert's paradox - Stewartson
Short note on fluids with little viscosity - Prandtl
LES of flow separation over an airfoil with synthetic jet control - You/Moin
Separation - Hoffman/Johnson (in preparation)


Software environment

The supported software environment for carrying out the projects is FEniCS with components:

A basic description of the installed available environment can be found here.