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Industrial/PhD Course: Open-source Computational Fluid Dynamics – 2. Efficient Workflows and Code Customisation, Copenhagen

Time

10.06.2020 kl. 08.30 - 11.06.2020 kl. 16.00

Description

This course is the second part of the 5 day course on OpenFOAM and covers efficient workflows and code customisation. Read more about the two courses:

Fundamentals course

Efficient Workflows and Code Customisation course

More detailed information about the course can be found at cfd.aau.dk

Organizers

Assistant Professor Jakob Hærvig, Dept. of Energy Technology, Aalborg University
Assistant Professor Johan Rønby, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Aalborg University

Lecturers

Assistant Professor Jakob Hærvig, Dept. of Energy Technology, Aalborg University
Assistant Professor Johan Rønby, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Aalborg University
Niels E. Linnemann Nielsen, Sr. Manager, Grundfos

ECTS: 3

Description

Interaction between fluid and a human-made structure or device is design critical in a wide range of engineering disciplines. When designing bridges, cars, wind turbines and when optimising electronics cooling, ship hulls etc. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software is becoming an ever more important design tool. CFD enables faster design loop iteration by detailed flow analysis in or around a proposed design in a virtual environment.

This course is an introduction to CFD using OpenFOAM which is the most widely used open source toolkit for CFD. The fact that OpenFOAM is open source makes it extremely versatile allowing the user to modify any aspect of the code to his/her needs. While large scale simulations with commercial CFD software can be extremely expensive due to licence fees, OpenFOAM can be run on massively parallel HPC’s at no additional cost.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic understanding of the physics of fluids and the usage of CFD methods. Furthermore, basic skills in general use of computers are expected.

Furthermore, fundamental knowledge of OpenFOAM is expected. We recommend that new OpenFOAM users start with the course “Open-source Computational Fluid Dynamics – 1. Fundamentals“. Additionally, basic knowledge in Python programming is recommended.

Form of evaluation

A standard mini-project must be delivered (4-8 pages) in addition to the OpenFOAM code. The mini-report should explain and document an OpenFOAM workflow along with modifications to either a flow solver, boundary conditions or functions objects

Registration

https://phd.moodle.aau.dk

Price

9000 DKK for PhD students outside of Denmark and 12000 DKK for the Industry.

Host

Department of Energy Technology, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Address

Frederikskaj 10A, 2450 Copenhagen, Denmark