Program

Trainings

Here are some of our upcoming trainings and information about where you can find us next.

11/04/2022

Numerical methods for Large Eddy Simulation

Place: CERFACS, Toulouse, France + remote Date: 11-15 Apr 2022 Time: 9am-17:30pm Description: The objective of the training is twofold: firstly, to understand the fundamental principles of Large-Scale Simulations for compressive reactive two-phase flows: numerical methods, boundary conditions, LES approach…
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29/03/2022

YALES2 Training Session

Training materials Presentations: Development platform Documentation & Quality Policy Data structures Tutorial – Constant density incompressible flow 4th-order finite-volume schemes Low-Mach Navier-Stokes equations High-performance linear solvers Dynamic mesh adaptation Variable density low-Mach number solver (VDS) Finite-rate chemistry in YALES2 DEM/CFD…
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22/03/2022

South-East Europe Combustion Spring School 2022

Training materials Presentations: Machine Learning-based methodologies for combustion – 1 Interactive HPC with Jupyter   —————————————–   Venue: Online via Zoom Date: 22-23 March 2022 Description: South-East Europe Combustion Spring School 2022 intends to give a high view of fundamental aspects…
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01/02/2022

PRACE Introductory Course: HPC Fundamentals for End-Users

CoEC coordinator Daniel Mira (BSC) presents a talk titled “Introduction to CFD from fundamentals to applications” in the Introductory PRACE Course: HPC Fundamentals for End-Users on 2 February 2022. More about this course: HPC Fundamentals for end-users is an introductory…
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21/01/2022

Methods and models for the LES for turbomachinery training session

Training materials Presentation: Methods and models for the LES of Turbomachinery   ———————————————-   Place: Online via Webex   Date: Monday, 24 January 2022   Time: 15:00 to 17:00  CET   Description:   Large Eddy Simulation (LES) has very early…
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20/12/2021

Methods and models for the LES of turbulent combustion training session

In this lecture, after a rapid overview of the physics and challenges of turbulent combustion, a review of the available modelling approaches will be presented. This will include models for turbulence, two-phase flows, flames, and heat transfer. Application to aeronautic propulsion will be used to illustrate LES results.
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