By Yuri Bazilevs, Kenji Takizawa
This contributed quantity celebrates the paintings of Tayfun E. Tezduyar at the party of his sixtieth birthday. The articles it includes have been born out of the Advances in Computational Fluid-Structure interplay and movement Simulation (AFSI 2014) convention, additionally devoted to Prof. Tezduyar and held at Waseda collage in Tokyo, Japan on March 19-21, 2014. The contributing authors symbolize a gaggle of overseas specialists within the box who talk about contemporary traits and new instructions in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and fluid-structure interplay (FSI). prepared into seven specified components prepared via thematic themes, the papers integrated disguise uncomplicated equipment and functions of CFD, flows with relocating barriers and interfaces, phase-field modeling, computing device technological know-how and high-performance computing (HPC) elements of stream simulation, mathematical equipment, biomedical purposes, and FSI. Researchers, practitioners, and complicated graduate scholars engaged on CFD, FSI, and comparable themes will locate this assortment to be a definitive and helpful resource.
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SUPG /UGN corresponding to the advection-, transient-, and diffusion-dominated limits were defined in  as follows: SUGN1 D nen X ! ju h r Na j 1 ; (11) aD1 SUGN2 D t ; 2 (12) Flow Analysis of a Wave-Energy Air Turbine with the SUPG/PSPG Method and DCDD SUGN3 h2RGN ; 4 D 43 (13) where nen is the number of element nodes, Na is the interpolation function associated with node a, t is the time-step size, and the “element length” hRGN is defined as nen X hRGN D 2 ! jr r Na j 1 : (14) aD1 Based on Eq.
62 Flow Analysis of a Wave-Energy Air Turbine with the SUPG/PSPG Method and DCDD 49 Fig. 3 Wells turbine. Instantaneous velocity magnitude behind the blade, displayed on three meridional planes Fig. 4 Wells turbine. Isosurfaces for a scaled Q value of 3,000. The isosurfaces are colored with the scaled pressure, where the scaling is based on the tip velocity 50 Fig. 5 Wells turbine. Instantaneous distribution of L. Cardillo et al. DCDD = on S1, S2, and S3 a more vivid picture of the complexity of the vortical structures, such as those at the blade tip, which are the precursors of the blade stall at higher flow rates.