Tutorial: Algorithmic and modeling constraints for the application of LES to design
Date and Time:
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - 16:00
McMurtry Building (07-090, Room: Oshman 102), 355 Roth Way Stanford
Sanjeeb Bose, Chief Technology Officer, Cascade Technologies
The concurrent development of physical modeling, numerical methods, and high performance computing has enabled simulations of increasing complexity and fidelity over the past several decades. These simulations have progressed to a point where simulation of practical engineering systems of interest are now possible in some cases. We will discuss what computational constraints must be satisfied in order for these calculations to impact the engineering design process and identify remaining obstacles and challenges. Several case studies where LES has been applied to industrially relevant problems will be used as illustrative examples.
Sanjeeb Bose is the Chief Technology Offer at Cascade Technologies and a Consulting Assistant Progress in the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering at Stanford University. He received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Caltech, and obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. He is one of the developers of the charLES suite of codes used in performing high fidelity large-eddy simulations.