One of the methods for the numerical simulation of viscous incompressible fluid flows is the quasi-hydrodynamic (QHD) approach.
This will be a hybrid type of session: the training track will be presented as a lecture with examples, which consists of two parts.
The existing chtMultiRegionFoam / chtMultiRegionSimpleFoam solvers make it possible to solve coupled heat transfer problems in flow and solid but only at low Mach number for deep subsonic flows.
The noise level reduction is an actual task in aerospace, aviation, marine and automobile industries. There are a lot of different numerical approaches which can be used for noise prediction, for example direct noise computation using finite difference method; finite volume method with hybrid RANS/LES techniques; discontinuous Galerkin method; solution of linearized Euler equations; wave equation; acoustic analogies.
The training session begins with short introduction to fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems, overview and classification of cases which arises in real world. One of the most simple and common cases of FSI is the weakly coupled motion with 1-2 degrees of freedom of solid body in fluid flow.