High-performance Computing of Big Data for Turbulence and Combustion

Invited Lecturers

Majdi Azaïez (University of Bordeaux, France)

6 lectures on: Proper Orthogonal Decomposition; Proper Generalized Decomposition and Singular Values Decomposition; Recursive Proper Orthogonal Decomposition; High Order Singular Values Decomposition; Example; High Reynolds number flow dynamics inside a singular lid driven cavity.

Gianluca Iaccarino (Stanford University, USA)

6 lectures on: Immersed Boundary Method; Governing equations; Discrete IB schemes; Geometry and Grid Generation; Fluid Flow Simulations; High Performance Computing; Domain decomposition approaches; MPI-based tools.

Sergio Pirozzoli ("La Sapienza" University of Rome, Italy)

6 lectures on: Energy-preserving discretizations: FD methods for DNS of incompressible and compressible flows; Numerical issues in DNS and LES; Parallelization issues; Examples of DNS of wall-bounded flows.

Thierry Poinsot (CERFACS, Toulouse, France)

6 lectures on: Introduction to combustion, Flame regimes; Turbulent flames; Detonations; Instabilities: Turbulent combustion models for arbitrary regimes; Which codes for combustion; RANS, DNS, LES; The impact of HPC on combustion codes: Modeling and simulations of combustion instabilities in gas turbines; Bifurcations in swirling flows.

Tapan K. Sengupta (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India)

6 lectures on: High Accuracy Computing; Spatial and temporal discretizations; Error dynamics and Dispersion relation preservation (DRP) Schemes; Global spectral analysis (GSA); Time Integration for DNS/ LES; Computing transitional and turbulent flows; Nonlinear receptivity and enstrophy transport equation for POD and ROM.

Paul G. Tucker (University of Cambridge, UK)

3 lectures on: Industrial hybrid-RANS LES modeling; Pre and post processing of LES; Advanced industrial simulation and LES.


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