ISCFDC courses and workshops - 2019 - syllabuses

Hybrid RANS/LES turbulence models

Course syllabus:

  • Hybrid LES/RANS models: DDES, IDDES, PANS models
    • Equations & Numerical Algorithm
    • Best practice
    • Applications

The course will take place on August 29,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

Fieldview for advanced users

Course syllabus:

To be announced soon.

The course will take place on July 26,  2019, 9:00-16:00. 

Pointwise for advanced users

Course syllabus:

  • 3D Meshing in Pointwise
    • Single grid
    • Elliptic and Hyperbolic grid generation on CAD models
    • Block (3D grid) modification
  • Multiblock.

The course will take place on August 7-8,  2019, 9:00-16:00, 9:00-16:00.

Arion

Course syllabus:

  • Arion input interface
    • Grid conversion from star-cd to arion format, and setting parallelization parameters
    • Setting boundary conditions
    • Setting equation of state parameters
    • Setting Mean-Flow & turbulent Systems
    • Defining fv-uns output files
    • Defining table output files
  • Execution of the solver

The course will take place on July 24,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

EPPIC

Course syllabus:

  • Primary capabilities of EPPIC:
    • Controlling the display
    • Creation and definition of new simulations
    • Analyzing of results of any given simulation

The course will take place on July 11,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

EZAir

Course syllabus:

  • Input file
    • Syntax
    • Structure
  • Geometry definitions
    • Hierarchy
    • Supported topologies
    • Entity types
    • Chimera review
  • Simulation parameters
    • Boundary conditions
    • Convection fluxes and Jacobians
    • Time marching
  • Simulation controls
    • Command-line options
    • I/O
    • Parallelism
  • Motion simulation:  Introduction to 6DOF
  • Troubleshooting

The course will take place on July 10,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

Computational aeroelasticity

Course syllabus:

  • Theoretical background: reduce the order of the structural problem using the
    modal approach
  • Spline types, including assessment of spline results
  • Building EZAir input for an aeroelastic test case
  • Special considerations for complex geometries, including collar grids
  • Static and dynamic aeroelasticity modules
  • Time integration types
  • Case studies

The course will take place on August 1,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

CFD for managers

Course syllabus:

  • Comprehensive introduction
    • Review of flow equations
    • Model equations
    • Discontinuities
  • Mesh generation methods
  • Iterative and time marching schemes including stability analysis
  • Solution methods for the flow equations, including flux splitting and time accurate methods
  • Introduction to turbulence modeling
  • Unstructured solvers
  • Case studies

HyPE

Course syllabus:

  • Introduction to Hypersonic and Combusting Flows
  • Physical Models
    • Naiver-Stokes Equations
    • Thermodynamic and Chemistry Models
    • Mass Transport Models
    • Surface Interaction Models
    • Turbulence Modeling
    • Turbulence-Chemistry Interaction (TCI)
  • Numerical Aspects
    • Finite-volume Discretization
    • Numerical Stiffness
    • High-order and Low-dissipation Schemes
    • Carbuncle Phenomenon
    • Implicit Schemes
  • Code Usage
    • HyPE-specific syntax
    • Special directives
    • Recommended usage
    • Examples

The course will take place on July 17-18,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

EZOpt

Course syllabus:

  • EZOpt workflow components
  • Algorithms' interface overview
  • Analyzing results and post-processing

The course will take place on September 4-5,  2019, 9:00-16:00.

Introduction to turbulence modeling

Course syllabus:

  • Introduction to turbulence modeling classes: DNS, LES, Hybrid LES/RANS, RANS
    • Rational
    • RANS Equations
    • Numerical Methods
    • Application

The course will take place on July  31,  2019, 9:00-16:00.