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New Simplified Algorithm for the Multiple Rotating Frame Approach in Computational Fluid Dynamics
This paper deals with rotating effects simulation of steady flows in turbomachinery. To take into account the rotating nature of the flow, the frozen rotor approach is one of the widely used approaches. This technique, ...
Numerical investigation of the aerodynamic performance for a wells-type turbine in a wave energy converter
Ocean waves constitute an extensive energy resource, whose extraction has been the subject of intense research activity in the last three decades. Among the different variants of Wave Energy Converters, the principle of ...
Discontinuous high-order finite-volume/finite-element method for inviscid compressible flows
The discontinuous, hybrid control-volume/finite-element method merges the desirable conservative properties and intuitive physical formulation of the finite-volume technique, with the capability of local arbitrary high-order ...
Efficient Rotating Frame Simulation in Turbomachinery
This paper deals with the simulation of steady flows in tur- bomachinery. Two approaches are proposed, the first one is the classical multiple-rotating frame method (MRF) by multi- zone approach where the different zones ...
High order discontinuous finite-volume/finite-element method for CFD applications
The proposed method naturally merges the desirable conservative properties and intuitive physical formulation of the widely used finite-volume (FV) technique, with the capability of local arbitrary high-order accuracy and ...
BBIPED: BCAM-Baltogar Industrial Platform for Engineering Design
Currently, commercial software for computational fluid dynamics offers a good set of features to deal with traditional designs. Within a competitive market industrial innovation is a key factor that must be faced by ...