AIMS Lab Seminar - Artem Korobenko - Stabilized and multiscale methods for fluid mechanics: application to aerospace and marine engineering

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Speaker: Artem Korobenko (University of Calgary)

Title: Stabilized and multiscale methods for fluid mechanics: application to aerospace and marine engineering

Abstract: Dr. Korobenko and his group at the University of Calgary develops high-fidelity numerical methods for aerospace and marine engineering applications. In this talk the focus would be on the finite-element based stabilized and multiscale methods for fluid mechanics. Specifically, the variational multiscale methods (VMS) for incompressible flows will be presented. The VMS can be considered as a promising alternative to classical LES method. VMS method does not rely on ad-hoc parameters and guarantees full convergence rates of the numerical formulation when compared to classical LES models. Additional techniques to handle wall-bounded turbulent flows will be discussed, namely the weakly-imposed essential boundary conditions. The robustness and accuracy of the numerical framework will be demonstrated using multiple challenging applications in aerospace and marine engineering.
 
Date/Time: Monday October 25 2021, 11:30am - 12:20pm

Location: Virtual


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