TILDA: Towards Industrial LES/DNS in Aeronautics: Paving the Way for Future Accurate CFD - Results of the H2020 Research Project TILDA, Funded by the European Union, 2015 -2018
The TILDA Project - Objectives, Project and Activities -- Implicit methods -- Multi-level approach -- Space Adaptive Methods/Meshing -- Wall-modelled LES -- Quality Measures for Curvilinear Finite Elements -- Parallelisation to Several Tens-of-thousands of cores -- I/O post- and Co-processing for Hi...
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|Other Authors:||Hirsch, Charles (HerausgeberIn) , Hillewaert, Koen (HerausgeberIn) , Hartmann, Ralf (HerausgeberIn) , Couaillier, Vincent (HerausgeberIn) , Boussuge, Jean-Francois (HerausgeberIn) , Chalot, Frederic (HerausgeberIn) , Bosniakov, Sergey (HerausgeberIn) , Haase, Werner (HerausgeberIn)|
|Edition:||1st ed. 2021.|
|Type of Resource:||E-Book|
Cham Springer International Publishing 2021.
Cham Imprint: Springer 2021.
Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design
Springer eBook Collection
The TILDA Project - Objectives, Project and Activities -- Implicit methods -- Multi-level approach -- Space Adaptive Methods/Meshing -- Wall-modelled LES -- Quality Measures for Curvilinear Finite Elements -- Parallelisation to Several Tens-of-thousands of cores -- I/O post- and Co-processing for High-order Methods -- Implementation of High Order Discontinuous Galerkin Method and its Verification using Taylor-Green Vortex and Periodic Hills Test Cases -- Large Eddy Simulation of single stream jet using High-order methods -- Boeing Rudimentary Landing Gear Configurations -- Generic Falcon Business Jet in Landing Configuration -- Detached-Eddy Simulation of Dual Stream Nozzle Jet Using High Order Discontinuous Galerkin Method.
This book offers detailed insights into new methods for high-fidelity CFD, and their industrially relevant applications in aeronautics. It reports on the H2020 TILDA project, funded by the European Union in 2015-2018. The respective chapters demonstrate the potential of high-order methods for enabling more accurate predictions of non-linear, unsteady flows, ensuring enhanced reliability in CFD predictions. The book highlights industrially relevant findings and representative test cases on the development of high-order methods for unsteady turbulence simulations on unstructured grids; on the development of the LES/DNS methodology by means of multilevel, adaptive, fractal and similar approaches for applications on unstructured grids; and on leveraging existent large-scale HPC networks to facilitate the industrial applications of LES/DNS in daily practice. Furthermore, the book discusses multidisciplinary applications of high-order methods in the area of aero-acoustics. All in all, it offers timely insights into the application and performance of high-order methods for CFD, and an extensive reference guide for researchers, graduate students, and industrial engineers whose work involves CFD and turbulence modeling. .
|Physical Description:||1 Online-Ressource(IX, 550 p. 344 illus., 273 illus. in color.)|