This course thoroughly introduces the turbulent flow simulations methods using Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS). More advanced turbulence modelling techniques, such as Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Direct Numerical Simulations (DNS), are explained.Read more Read less
In this course the turbulence modelling is thoroughly discussed, starting from the RANS and up to the DNS. The course introduce students to closure methods for the Navier-Stokes equations as applied to turbulent and transitional flows, and the classical physical modelling approximations required to achieve this.
LES is increasingly becoming an established scientific computing approach for predicting transitional and turbulent flows. It is used extensively to elucidate the physics of turbulence and to compute flows of industrial relevance.
The course discusses the theoretical and numerical approaches, and best practice when conducting an LES. Examples are given of LES of industrial problems, demonstrating methods of analysis, verification and visualisation.
At a glance
- 02 - 06 Dec 2019
- DurationFive days
- LocationCranfield campus
£1400.00 The course fee includes refreshments and lunch during the day. Accommodation is not included and must be booked separately.Concessions available
Course structureThis course features practical examples. All delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the course.
What you will learn
Upon completion of the course you will be able to:
- conduct an effective CFD simulation of an unsteady turbulent flow;
- understand the underlying flow physics; make a trade-off between different applicable LES models;
- select an appropriate grid resolution based on the flow physics;
- and verify and visualise the simulation.
The course features lectures on:
- Introduction to unsteady flow physics
- The concept of filtering
- The LES and DNS methods
- LES modelling approaches
- Wall modelling
- Multiphase/multi-species mixing
- Analysis and visualisation of unsteady flow fields.
Who should attend
This course provides a stimulating and vibrant learning environment with interaction between current postgraduate students and external delegates. The course is ideal for those who are:
- involved in or would like to learn and perform the simulations of complex turbulent flows and need detailed best practice guidelines;
- researchers/students who plan to or are currently studying turbulence and/or RANS methods;
- experienced engineers looking for a refresher course on the physics of turbulent flows and current cutting-edge modelling techniques with a particular focus on unsteady flows.
- Dr Zeeshan Rana - Course Director
Accommodation options and prices
This course is non-residential. If you would like to book accommodation on campus, please contact Mitchell Hall or Cranfield Management Development Centre directly. Further information about our on campus accommodation can be found here. Alternatively you may wish to make your own arrangements at a nearby hotel.
Location and travel
Cranfield University is situated in Bedfordshire close to the border with Buckinghamshire. The University is located almost midway between the towns of Bedford and Milton Keynes and is conveniently situated between junctions 13 and 14 of the M1.
London Luton, Stansted and Heathrow airports are 30, 90 and 90 minutes respectively by car, offering superb connections to and from just about anywhere in the world.For further location and travel details
Read our Professional development (CPD) booking conditions.