Immersed boundary methods for computational aeroacoustics / fluid mechanics

The project consists in the development and the numerical implementation of suitable immersed boundary methods for computational aeroacoustics, to allow accurate simulations of both the flow and the sound it produces (or that propagates in it). Immersed boundary methods are a set of methods that allow accounting for moderately complex geometries on Cartesian grids. High ordered yet robust (stable) boundary schemes should be developed for aeroacoustics. Targeted applications are wall bounded turbulent flows with series of cavities (such as perforate acoustic liners which are an important technology to absorb sound in ducts such as turbofan engines or to suppress combustion instabilities)...
Véronique Fortuné - Contacter
Institut PPRIME -(UPR 3346 CNRS –ISAE-ENSMA – Université de Poitiers), Poitiers, France

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