CAGIRE Research team
Computational AGility for internal flows sImulations and compaRisons with Experiments
CAGIRE brings together since May 2016 researchers coming from different horizons and backgrounds (turbulence modelling, applied mathematics, experiment) who elaborated since 2011 a common vision of what should be the simulation tool of fluid dynamics of tomorrow. If not entirely application-driven, this project is based on the will for developing tools that could be useful in a way or another to the companies (big but also small !) that are active in the competitive fields of aviation/automotive propulsion and energy production. The targeted flows are (mostly) wall bounded and turbulent. As a consequence, they feature a multiplicity of time and scale fluctuations that renders their simulation extremely challenging. The team's motto is agility or equivalently a clever use of adaptativity in the developed simulation suite based on I) The capability of being run on any present or future new supercomputer in a way that fully benefits from the hardware evolution while limiting the painful and time consuming phase of machine adaptation by the recourse to an efficient runtime, ii) A high level of accuracy and robustness permitting the use on a large range of flow configurations: ranging from the generic lab scale geometry to that of a practical interest, iii) The capability of adapting on the fly the physical modelling by recourse to dynamic hybridization of the most relevant models of a given class with a focus on the turbulence modeling.
Axis 1 - Future trends in turbulent flow simulation, adaptivity
- AeroSol library-HPC: conducting heterogeneous simulations on heterogeneous architectures.
- Hybrid RANS/LES modeling.
- Enrichment at the RANS/LES interfaces.
- Boundary conditions for unsteady flows simulations.
Axis 2 - Flux schemes for low/all Mach number flows simulations
Axis 3 - Modeling, experiment and simulations of internal turbulent flows:
- EB-RSM, a reference RANS model for industrial applications (jets impinging on heated plates, without or with rotation, sudden expansion in a rotating duct,...).
- Jet(s) in crossflow experiments and simulations (DNS, LES, RANS).
International and industrial relations
- Ghent University (Belgium)
- Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modelling (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
- International University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Old Dominion University (USA)
- AD Industrie
- CD-Adapco (SIEMENS Group)
Research teams of the same theme :
- ACUMES - Analysis and Control of Unsteady Models for Engineering Sciences
- CARDAMOM - Certified Adaptive discRete moDels for robust simulAtions of CoMplex flOws with Moving fronts
- DEFI - Shape reconstruction and identification
- ECUADOR - Program transformations for scientific computing
- ELAN - modELing the Appearance of Nonlinear phenomena
- GAMMA3 - Automatic mesh generation and advanced methods
- MATHERIALS - MATHematics for MatERIALS
- MEMPHIS - Modeling Enablers for Multi-PHysics and InteractionS
- MEPHYSTO-POST - Quantitative methods for stochastic models in physics
- MINGUS - MultI-scale Numerical Geometric Schemes
- MOKAPLAN - Advances in Numerical Calculus of Variations
- NACHOS - Numerical modeling and high performance computing for evolution problems in complex domains and heterogeneous media
- NANO-D-POST - Algorithmes pour la Modélisation et la Simulation de Nanosystèmes
- POEMS-POST - Wave propagation: mathematical analysis and simulation
- RAPSODI - Reliable numerical approximations of dissipative systems.