The course (sponsored by CECAM as a joint CECAM node event) will take place on 1-3 October 2019.
The following topics will be dealt with:
- Fundamentals of CFD
- Introduction to turbulence, focusing on Large-Eddy Simulation (LES)
- Introduction to non-equilibrium gas dynamics
- Description of the latest fully validated version of Code_Saturne (V6.0) and its structure -Use of Code_Saturne’s GUI
- Use of Code_Saturne’s user subroutines Introduction to HPC for CFD, with an overview of the code’s performance on various types of architectures, including Xeon Phi Knights Landing and GPUs
The following hand-on sessions will be delivered first:
- Hands-on Session: Laminar flow through a tube bundle using the GUI
- Hands-on Session: LES of flow through a tube bundle with GUI
- Hands-on Session: LES of flow through a tube bundle with user subroutines
The second part of the school will deal with:
- Hands-on Session: Use of subroutines for advanced post-processing
- Hands-on Session: Effect of the partitioning on the time to solution
- Hands-on Session: Code-Code coupling (flow in a pump)
- Hands-on Session: Turbulent flow in a pump using Code_Saturne’s turbomachinery module
The last part of the school will present:
- Hands-on Session: Rarefied gas flow in a cluster of cylinders
The 2 first hands-on sessions will offer the opportunity for the attendees to perform overnight simulations.
More details and registration are to be found at: http://www.cvent.com/events/advanced-cfd-and-turbulence-modelling-targeting-hpc/event-summary-b967c6ae8410422aacd72596fe26e8b1.aspx
Accommodation, refreshments, lunches and dinners are provided (but not travel).