User Meeting, edition 2017

The 2017 edition of the Code_Saturne User Meeting was held at EDF Lab Saclay (France) on April the 21st.

This edition was the tenth User Meeting since the code was made open source. More than 150 participants attended the conference. The list of presentations is given below. Most of them can be downloaded by clicking on their reference.

Presentations:

Foreword

M. Ferrand

Head of  Code_Saturne project

Invited Lecture

D. Banner

Head of simulation program

Latest news and prospects in Code_Saturne and Salome_CFD

Code_Saturne dev. Team

EDF R&D – MFEE

Contribution of CFD in the study of EPR Spent Fuel Pool

R. Camy

EDF SEPTEN

Pool fire modeling for nuclear safety assessment – an industrial case

A. Amokrane

EDF R&D – MFEE

Modelling of Heat Transfer Impairment in fuel pins of Advanced Gas-cooled Reactors

D. Calvo

EDF R&D UK centre

Code_Saturne in China: 2016-2017 activity overview

T. Xu

EDF China

Validation of EDF’s CFD tool Code_Saturne on a 40° bend configuration at high Reynolds numbers

N. Lancial

EDF R&D PRISMEMulti-Physics development and applications of Code_Saturne
Multi-Physics development and applications of Code_Saturne

N. Tonello

RENUDA

Large Eddy Simulations of a Compressor Operating at Low Reynolds Number

O. Wilsby

Cambridge Uni.

Code_Saturne, a useful tool to compute atmospheric flows: some recent case studies

L. Makke & M. Nibart

ARIA Technologies

Heat exchanger optimization using Code_Saturne

F. Mastrippolito

EC Lyon – CEA – Valeo – EDF
Quantification of the discontinuity of the temperature variance dissipation at a fluid-solid interface: Wall-resolved LES of turbulent channel flow with conjugate heat transfer

C. Flageul

Josef Stefan Institute

CFD study of flow redistributions in PWR fuel assemblies

R. Denèfle

EDF R&D - MFEE

Closure

J.P. Chabard

Scientific Director of EDF R&D