Dr. Georg Bader of Brandenburg Technical University to give a talk on Fluid Flow Simulation

Fluid Flow Simulation: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Fluid Flow Simulation: An Interdisciplinary Approach

The Ateneo de Manila University School of Science and Engineering cordially invites you to a talk on

Fluid Flow Simulation: An Interdisciplinary Approach

by

Georg Bader, PhD
Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg
Cottbus, Germany

on Thursday, March 26, 2015

1:30 – 3:00 pm at SECB 201.

Abstract

Numerical simulations can be the key to a thorough understanding of the multi-dimensional nature of transient detonation waves. But the accurate approximation of realistic detonations is extremely demanding, because a
wide range of different scales need to be resolved. This talk sketches an entire solution strategy for the Euler equations for thermically perfect gas mixtures with detailed chemical kinetics. The approach is based on a
highly adaptive finite volume method for blockstructured Cartesian meshes. Large scale simulations of unstable detonation structures of hydrogen oxygen detonations are solved with this strategy. The results demonstrate the high efficiency of this approach.

About the Speaker

Prof. Dr. Georg Bader is a Full Professor and the holder of the Chair “Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing” at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. His research interests include partial differential equations, ordinary
differential equations, incompressible and compressible fluid flow and in particular chemically reacting flows, and high performance computing. Though trained as a Mathematician, he has done a large number of joint
research projects with colleagues from Engineering. As a teacher, he has offered courses for students of Mathematics, Engineering, Environmental Resource Management and Water Resource Management.

BTU is a partner university of Ateneo in the Erasmus Mundus Mobility with Asia (EMMA) programme.

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