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CFD results obtained with PETScFEM (page 1) arrowbright

The external cylinder (R=3) is fixed and the internal one (R=2) performs a periodic motion d=d0*sin(w*t), with d0=0.75, w=1.05. Viscosity of fluid is nu=1e-4. (Part I,Part II). In Part II of the video we show the movement of particles (tadpoles) and the transformation used. Warning: the mesh shown is not the actual mesh used in the computation. The mesh shown here is roughly 1:6 times coarser than the mesh used, and it is shown only in order to see the orthogonal transformation used. The transformation maps the eccentric circular annulus to a concentric one and is based in the composition of two inversions (conformal) and a final non-conformal (but orthogonal)
Large displacement formulation implemented in PETSc-FEM. This implementation is used in the Fluid Structure-Interaction problems. Download a recent paper on FSI) (More videos: part 2,part 3,part 4,part 5,)
Subcritical to supercritical shallow waterflow. (download CMAME paper on dynamic absorbent boundary conditions (doi), download) Unknown RIemann Invs Absorbing BC published in Computers & Fluids (see more results in hydrology)
CFD modelling of the flow around a racing car. (This video has been featured in the 2012 Exhibition "Aerodynamics (cached), from art to science", of the Petersen Automotive Museum, see pictures)
Engine ignition of supersonic nozzle including insteraction with the structure (Fluid Structure Interaction).
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Topic revision: r40 - 2016-01-28 - 10:49:03 - MarioStorti
 

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