Advanced Numerical Methods and Simulation
The course covers several numerical methods to solve time-dependent partial differential equations using finite elements and stabilisation. Advanced methods for turbulence modeling, multiphase flows, complex fluid flows and aerothermal modelling of complex systems will be given. Finally, the course will be completed by error estimator needed for anisotropic parallel mesh adaptation.
Times: AM 09-12, PM 13:30-16:30
Location: Room I/E102 or I/E201b – Zoom sessions will be communicated 24h before each lecture.
|10. January||I/E201B||A. Larcher “Numerical Solution of PDEs with Finite Element Methods: a quick re-introduction on theory and practice” (AM)|
E. Hachem “Stabilized finite elements for the convection–diffusion–reaction equation” (PM)
|12. January||I/E102||E. Hachem “Finite element methods for the Navier–Stokes equations” (AM) Lecture + Lab|
|17. January||I/E201B||R. Valette “Some models and resolution methods for complex fluids flows” (AM+PM) Lectures|
|19. January||I/E102||J. Viquerat “Coupling machine learning with CFD” (PM) Lecture + Lab|
|24. January||I/E201B||T. Coupez “Anisotropic mesh adaptation” (AM+PM) Lectures|
|26. January||I/E201B||P. Meliga “Hydrodynamic instabilities and the route to chaos” (AM+PM) Lecture + Lab|
|31. January||I/E102||F. Pigeonneau “Natural convection in a square cavity: Scaling and numerical analysis” (AM+PM) Lecture + Lab|