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Syllabus 2018-19 - 14612018 - Industrial Fluids Simulation (Simulación de flujos industriales)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería mecánica (14612018)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería mecánica (14812028)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-19
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Industrial Fluids Simulation
CODE: 14612018 (*) ACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-19
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 2
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 4 SEMESTER: PC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: RUBIO RUBIO, MARIANO
DEPARTMENT: U121 - INGENIERÍA MECÁNICA Y MINERA
FIELD OF STUDY: 600 - MECÁNICA DE FLUIDOS
OFFICE NO.: D - 009 E-MAIL: mrubio@ujaen.es P: -
WEBSITE: -
LANGUAGE: - LEVEL: 2
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

DETAILED CONTENTS

1. Introduction.

* Planning of the subject, bibliography and evaluation criteria.

* Motivation and simulation examples of industrial flows (external aerodynamics, piping, internal combustion engine, fuel injection system, thrust bearing, among others).

* Origins of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).

* Modeling and mathematical treatment of thermofluidodynamic problems. Methodology of the numerical simulation of flows.

2. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Equations.

* Single-phase equations of incompressible and compressible flows.

* Conservation laws in differential and integral form. Specific coordinate systems in CFD.

* Initial and boundary conditions.

* Simplified cases: ideal flow equations and boundary layer.

* Classification of equations in second order partial derivatives and canonical forms.

3. Fundamentals of discretization techniques.

* Finite differences. Computational molecules. Derivation of formulas of finite differences. Finite difference formula error. Uniform and non-uniform meshes.

* Numerical resolution of model equations: boundary problem, parabolic, elliptic and hyperbolic equations.

* Local truncation error and numeric scheme consistency. Stability and convergence.

* Other numerical methods: finite volumes, finite elements and spectral methods.

5. Meshing techniques.

* Classification and topology of meshes. Structured and unstructured meshes, multiblock... among others.

* Commercial and open source software for the generation of meshes. Evolution of manual meshing tools (Gambit) to automatic multi-core and hexahedral ones.

* Fixed meshes and moving meshes.

6. Simulation of industrial flows using software of interest in industry.

* Numerical fundamentals of the finite volume method and application to the transport equation in a conservative way. Implementation in Ansys Fluent. Solving algebraic equations for Navier-Stokes.

* Incompressible single phase flow. Steady state. Coupled versus segregated approaches.

* Laminar flow (boundary layer) on a flat plate. Comparison with Von Karman's Blasius and integral solution.

* Single-phase compressible flow. Subsonic regime. Supersonic regime.

* Simulation of turbulent flows. Turbulent boundary layer solution on flat plate and wall functions. Determination of the pressure and velocity fields around the profile of an airplane wing.

* Other cases of interest: heat transfer, moving meshes and multiphase flows. Simulation of flow in a turbomachine.

7. Post-processing techniques.

* Velocity and pressure fields, streamlines, pathlines, contours, etc.

* Forces on solid boundaries

* Frequency analysis.

* Animations.

There will be practical sessions and additional information will be posted in Docencia Virtual.

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Theoretical expositions will be carried out as well as practical resolution of problems, in order to apply the theoretical concepts.Canonical problems will arise which will be solved using Matlab, and problems present in the industry will be addressed by using commercial software of interest (e.g. Ansys Fluent).

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

Attendance to the full set of practical sessions is mandatory.

To pass the subject, it is compulsory to obtain a grade equal to or higher than 4 out of 10 in the written and / or computerized test. CB1, CB3, CC2, CT6 and CEM6 will be evaluated, among other competences.

The evaluation of the practical sessions will be done through assistance control and delivery of a report with the solution of the problems raised (CB3, CT4, CT6 and CEM6).

There will be a deliverable exercise to be solved on an individual basis, from which the detailed and well presented solution (CB3, CT4, CT6 and CEM6) are requested.

The rest of the qualification corresponds to the attendance and participation of the student (CC2, CT4, among others).

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Computational fluid dynamics: the basics with applications. Edition: -. Author: Anderson, John David. Publisher: New York [etc.]: McGraw-Hill, cop. 1995  (Library)
  • Finite difference methods for ordinary and partial differential equations: steady-state and time-dep. Edition: -. Author: LeVeque, Randall J.. Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, c2007  (Library)
  • Computational methods for fluid dynamics. Edition: 3rd, rev. ed. Author: Ferziger, Joel H.. Publisher: Berlin [etc.]: Springer, cop. 2002  (Library)
  • An introduction to computational fluid dynamics: the finite volume method . Edition: -. Author: Versteeg, Henk Kaarle. Publisher: Harlow [etc.] : Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2007.  (Library)
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics. Edition: 2nd ed.. Author: Chung, T.J.. Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2014  (Library)
  • Numerical simulation in fluid dynamics: a prectical introduction . Edition: -. Author: Griebel, Michael. Publisher: Philadelphia : Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1998  (Library)