• A. Gangwar, D. Joglekar
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We advance this field by systematically exploring nonlinear interactions of A0 Lamb mode signals with delamination defects of various sizes and interlaminar locations, to [...]

  • S. Tveit, A. Reyes, E. Erduran
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper a multi-stage numerical analysis is presented with the aim to investigate effects of forming on the high-cycle fatigue performance of a deep-drawn aluminum sheet [...]

  • M. Ben Seghier, V. Plevris, G. Solorzano
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper, the potential of building more accurate and robust models for the prediction of the ultimate pure bending capacity of steel circular tubes using artificial [...]

  • S. Neeckx, B. Blockmans, W. Rottiers, W. Desmet
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Lubrication is vital to improve performance, efficiency and durability in transmissions; it serves to minimize wear, noise, vibration and friction. The proper functioning [...]

  • M. Rosso, G. Marasco, L. Tanzi, S. Aiello, A. Aloisio, R. Cucuzza, B. Chiaia, G. Cirrincione, G. Marano
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Innovative, automated, and non-invasive techniques have been developed by scientific community to indirectly assess structural conditions and support the decision-making process [...]

  • T. Koenis, N. van Hoorn, M. Moghadasi
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    During manufacturing of composite materials residual stresses can result in distortion of the final part. This distortion is even more critical when building on existing parts, [...]

  • P. Zhang
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Within the framework of linear elastic fracture mechanics, the stress intensity factors (SIFs) are the mostly applied crack-tip characterizing parameters. To obtain the SIFs, [...]

  • R. Quevedo-Reina, G. Álamo, L. Padrón, J. Aznárez
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The dynamic characterization of an offshore wind turbine (OWT) and its foundation is an important task within the design stage of the support structure. The system fundamental [...]

  • C. Kalfountzos, G. Bikakis, E. Theotokoglou
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Buckling is very important for structural design, especially when the structure is thin-walled. Slender plates are widely used as structural members in civil, naval and aerospace [...]

  • R. Carriere, A. Cherniaev
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Parameters of the honeycomb core (such as cell size and foil thickness), as well as the material of the core, influence the ballistic performance of honeycomb-core sandwich [...]

  • P. Meriggi, S. De Santis, R. Fugger, R. Yanez Chura, G. de Felice
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Façades belonging to historical masonry constructions typically fail by out-of-plane mechanisms. The estimate of their out-of-plane capacity is not a trivial task, [...]

  • M. Schiantella, M. Gilbert, C. Smith, L. He, F. Cluni, V. Gusella
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Masonry structures forming part of our historical heritage were often constructed using nonperiodic textures. In this case, unlike the situation for masonry with periodic [...]

  • D. Liberatore, D. Addessi, A. Paoloni
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The equivalent frame model takes into account the shear and bending mechanisms that take place in piers and spandrels through plastic hinges. It represents a good compromise [...]

  • J. Breil, C. Roche, M. Olazabal
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The ablation of a vehicle during atmospheric reentry leads to a degradation of its surface state. Ablated wall interacts with the boundary layer that develops around the object. [...]

  • A. Gesualdo, M. Guadagnuolo
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In seismic prone areas ecclesiastical masonry complexes have shown a very high vulnerability, as detected after the last Italian earthquakes, such as those occurred in [...]

  • J. Ren
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The mechanical and thermal behaviours of layered structures is of great importance for many advanced material systems and loading conditions. The responses of layered structures [...]

  • C. Gscheidle, J. Garcke
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The Proper Orthogonal Decomposition (POD) has been used for several years in the post-processing of highly-resolved Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations. While the [...]

  • G. Kurgansky, J. Arias, E. Frankini, S. Echeverri, R. Chan-Akeley, M. Toma
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A history of trauma during gestation is a risk factor for poor pregnancy outcomes. A multidisciplinary approach is vital to protect the mother's and the fetus' safety. [...]

  • R. Depraetere, M. Cauwels, W. De Waele, T. Depover, K. Verbeken, S. Hertelé
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    To evaluate the feasibility of the safe use of existing gas grids for the transport and storage of hydrogen gas, the phenomenon of hydrogen assisted degradation of steel used [...]

  • M. Bosch, M. Nitzlader, T. Burghardt, M. Bachmann, H. Binz, L. Blandini, M. Kreimeyer
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The construction sector is responsible for high grey energy consumption and high greenhouse gas emissions. Adaptive structures can be a suitable solution to counteract this. [...]

  • R. Liberotti, F. Cluni, F. Faralli, V. Gusella
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The preservation of heritage buildings is not just about the structural safety, but it is necessarily related to the central themes of restoration, fruition and reuse of ancient [...]

  • B. Fanni, M. Antonuccio, G. Santoro, A. Mariotti, M. Salvetti, S. Celi
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Patient-specific computational models represent a powerful tool for the planning of cardiovascular interventions. In this context, the patient-specific material properties [...]

  • D. Xavier, S. Rezaeiravesh, R. Vinuesa, P. Schlatter
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    An automatic method is proposed for the removal of the initialization bias that is intrinsic to the output of any statistically stationary simulation. The general techniques [...]

  • V. Usenco, K. Lasn
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Distributed optical fiber sensors (DOFS) are gaining momentum for in-situ condition monitoring and damage detection purposes. Although DOFS are a versatile sensing method [...]

  • D. Addessi, P. Di Re, C. Gatta, E. Sacco
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The present paper investigates the response of masonry structural elements with periodic texture adopting an advanced multiscale finite element model, coupling different formulations [...]

  • R. Hein, F. Winkelmann
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Additive manufacturing (AM) is considered as a key technology for the efficient production of individualized components. The technique enables the tool-less production of [...]

  • J. Du, M. Huang, S. Li, V. Silberschmidt
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Bone mineral density (BMD) is one of the important parameters used to characterise bone quality. Clinically, the only recommended method - dual X-ray absorptiometry - can [...]

  • M. Kaiser, T. Fries
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We propose a reformulation of linear Kirchhoff beams in two dimensions based on the tangential differential calculus (TDC). The rotation-free formulation of the Kirchhoff [...]

  • A. mirzai
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The laser host materials undergo relatively small changes in their intrinsic properties due to various sources during an experiment. These sources are often related to temperature [...]

  • M. Cao, E. Palkanoglou, K. Baxevanakis, V. Silberschmidt
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Compacted graphite iron (CGI) is used in numerous applications, e.g., in the automotive industry, in tools and pipes, thanks to its excellent thermomechanical properties. [...]

  • L. Bahramian, J. Muela, C. Oliet, C. Pérez-Segarra, F. Trias
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A three-dimensional particle-laden two-phase turbulent flow by employing the Eulerian-Lagrangian method using multiphase Particle-In-Cell model is implemented to analyze the [...]

  • G. Fonseca da Silva, L. Rodrigues Capello Silva, M. Oliveira Pelic, B. Galelli Chieregatti, J. de Sá Brasil Lima
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In 21st century, the reduction of CO2 concentration in the atmosphere is one of the most challenges of the humanity, specifically in the engineering. To start a possibility [...]

  • S. Colombo, E. Ferrer, E. Valero
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work describes the implementation of the Immersed Boundary Method (IBM) in a high order discontinuous Galerkin framework for the CFD solver Horses3D [1]. High order schemes [...]

  • J. Jaegerskuepper, D. Vollmer
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Exascale HPC systems are just about to become available. Such enormous simulation capabilities from the hardware perspective, however, require software that can effectively [...]

  • O. Marino, E. Ferrer, E. Valero, J. Errasti
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We perform Large Eddy Simulation on a 3D NACA0012 airfoil using a high order discontiuous Galerkin spectral element solver at moderate Reynolds numbers, Re = 1.0 · [...]

  • A. Della Pia, L. Grande, A. Colanera, M. Chiatto, L. Luca
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The volume-of-fluid (VOF) method is employed to simulate the dynamics of gravitational liquid sheets (curtains) issuing into an initially quiescent gaseous environment.

  • N. Balcazar-Arciniega, J. Rigola, A. Oliva
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    An unstructured conservative level-set method for two-phase flow with variable surface tension is introduced. Surface tension is a function of temperature or surfactant concentration [...]

  • J. Markert, G. Gassner
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We review and compare two techniques to get entropy stability for nodal Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Methods (DG) in compressible flows. One technique is based [...]

  • L. El Zaatari, T. Leicht, S. Langer, P. Bekemeyer, S. Görtz
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Computational Fluid Dynamics is a viable tool in the field of aerodynamics enabling to reduce time, effort and budget required for experimental testing. Although powerful [...]

  • G. Barbi, A. Chierici, A. Cervone, V. Giovacchini, S. Manservisi, L. Sirotti, R. Scardovelli
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Computational Fluid Dynamics codes usually adopt velocity-pressure splitting to reduce the computational effort in the solution of the Navier-Stokes equations. In standard [...]

  • B. Maugars, S. Bourasseau, C. Content, B. Michel, B. Berthoul, J. Nunez Ramirez, I. Salah el Din, P. Raud, L. Hascoët
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We illustrate the benefits of Algorithmic Differentiation (AD) for the development of aerodynamic flow simulation software. In refining the architecture of the elsA CFD solver, [...]

  • G. Baldan, R. Borrell, J. Jägersküpper
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Large-scale parallel numerical simulations are fundamental for the understanding of a wide variety of aeronautical problems. Mesh decomposition is applied to make use of parallel [...]

  • eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A numerical model for the simulation of multiphase flows with free surfaces is presented. The model allows to incorporate in a unified manner several phases ranging from incompressible [...]

  • M. Anandan, R. Suswaram
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    D2Q9 model of upwind lattice Boltzmann scheme for hyperbolic scalar conservation laws.

  • M. Potse, L. Cirrottola, A. Froehly
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Cardiac muscle tissue has a unique, network-like structure. Three-dimensional models of this structure are needed for simulations of cardiac electrophysiology and mechanics. [...]

  • F. Gisbert, A. Sotillo, J. Pueblas
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This paper presents the implementation of a compressible Navier-Stokes equations solver that runs on multiple GPUs.

  • B. Begiashvili, J. Garicano Mena, S. Le Clainche, E. Valero Sánchez
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Various modal decomposition techniques have been developed in the last decade [1­11]. We focus on data-driven approches, and since data flow volume is increasing day by [...]

  • M. Pasquier, S. Jay, P. Sagaut
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The developing field of urban physics includes computational fluid dynamics (CFD) as a tool to model wind comfort, heat management and pollutant dispersion in cities. In particular, [...]

  • V. Llorente, D. Lodares, E. Ferrer, E. Valero
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work implements and analyses an Immersed Boundary Method based on Volume Pezalization for the flow simulator Airbus-CODA (CFD for ONERA, DLR, and AIRBUS). The Immersed [...]

  • H. Rosenberger, B. Sanderse
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Projection-based model order reduction of an ordinary differential equation (ODE) results in a projected ODE. Based on this ODE, an existing reduced-order model (ROM) for [...]

  • A. Amani, D. Kizildag, J. Castro, L. del Mazo, M. Pegueroles, M. Ginebra
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work aims to gain a better understanding of how the rheological properties of printable materials affect their processability, as well as the quality of the final product, [...]

  • Q. Antoine, J. Remacle, J. Lambrechts, N. Moes
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The accurate modeling of moving boundaries and interfaces is a difficulty present in many situations in computational mechanics. In this paper we use a new approach, X-Mesh, [...]

  • F. Trias, X. Álvarez-Farré, À. Alsalti-Baldellou, A. Gorobets, A. Oliva
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The essence of turbulence are the smallest scales of motion. They result from a subtle balance between two differential operators differing in symmetry: the convective operator [...]

  • M. Gholamisheeri, K. Durovic, S. Mamidala, J. Fransson, A. Hanifi, D. Henningson
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Control and delay of the laminar-turbulent transition is a key parameter in reducing skin friction and drag. The flow characteristics, surface roughness, and environmental [...]

  • M. Rütten, T. Schomberg
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The modeling of the distinct non-Newtonian fluid properties is an essential prerequisite for the computational simulation of associated flow fields. In particular, some non-Newtonian [...]

  • O. Bublík, V. Heidler, A. Pecka, J. Vimmr
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This paper is concerned with fast flow field prediction in a blade cascade for variable blade shapes as well as variable Reynolds number using the machine-learning architecture [...]

  • J. Hopman, X. Trias, J. Rigola
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work, the symmetry-preserving method [1, 2, 3] is extended to include magnetohydrodynamic effects, using the collocated grid arrangement of Ni et al. [4, 5]. The electromagnetic [...]

  • A. Aravena, L. Chupin, T. Dubois, O. Roche
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A model accounting for fluidisation by pore gas pressure in dense granular flows is presented. A viscoplastic rheology, based on the Drucker-Prager criterium, is used to describe [...]

  • M. Thiedeitz, J. Timothy, T. Kränkel
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Cementitious building materials like Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC), Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) or concrete with low clinker content possess complex rheological [...]

  • J. Legaux, G. Staffelbach
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Preparing legacy codes for the upcoming exascale systems is a timely topic since the unveiling of the Frontier system in June 2022. In this work we describe the steps taken [...]

  • A. Colombo, A. Crivellini, A. Ghidoni, A. Nigro, G. Noventa
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Many reliable and robust turbulence models are nowadays available for the ReynoldsAveraged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations to accurately simulate a wide range of engineering [...]

  • T. Fries, D. Bošnjak, R. Schussnig
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In fluid-structure interaction (FSI), the fluid and solid domains are permantently changing, coupled along a time-dependent, moving fluid-structure interface. The update of [...]

  • T. Philibert, A. Ferrero, A. Iollo, F. Larocca
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    For the past three decade, Reynolds Average Navier-Stokes models have been widely used in the industry to simulate complex flows. However, these models suffer from limitations. [...]

  • J. Peter, Q. Bennehard
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The efficiency of multidimensional quadrature methods is compared for seven test functions in intermediate dimensions. Following this goal, the numerical evaluations of the [...]

  • R. Chauvin, G. Sébastien, M. Bastien, L. Antoine
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The present document is motivated by the development and the study of diffuse interface strategies which does not require the use of geometric interface reconstructions. A [...]

  • C. Mehlmann
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Sea ice models can simulate linear deformation characteristics (linear kinematic features) that are observed from satellite imagery. A recent study based on the viscous-plastic [...]

  • B. Bouissou, C. Burgard, N. Jourdain
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The largest uncertainty when projecting the Antarctic contribution to sea-level rise comes from the ocean-induced melt at the base of Antarctic ice shelves. Current parameterisations [...]

  • D. Hines Chaves, P. Bekemeyer
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    During each aircraft program a vast amount of aerodynamics data has to be generated to judge performance, structural loads as well as handling qualities. Within the past years [...]

  • H. Marbona, A. Martínez-Cava, D. Rodríguez, E. Valero
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Laminar flow separation has detrimental effects on the aerodynamics and performance of low pressure turbines (LPT). Flow separation is caused by the presence of adverse pressure [...]

  • A. Gorgues, R. Castellanos, J. Bowen, E. Andrés
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Machine learning entails powerful information processing algorithms that are relevant for modelling, optimization, and control of fluids. Currently, machine-learning capabilities [...]

  • N. Aminnia, A. Estupinan Donoso, B. Peters
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Powder-based additive manufacturing technologies, specifically selective laser melting, are challenging to model due to the complex, interrelated physical phenomena that are [...]

  • M. Vervaecke, D. Fauconnier, J. Degroote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A fluid-structure interaction model is employed to numerically investigate the interaction between the pressurized thin lubricant film and the radial, plastically deformed [...]

  • A. Moosavifard, E. Kolb, M. Schäfer, S. Jakirlic
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Aeroacoustics is the field of studying flow-induced sound, which results from the interaction of unsteady flow with solid structures, such as aircraft and automobiles. Different [...]

  • C. Gößnitzer, S. Posch, G. Pirker
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    High-accuracy simulations of internal combustion engines (ICE) allow deep insight into the physical processes of the different phases of the engine cycle: gas exchange, mixture [...]

  • D. Santos Serrano, F. Trias Miquel, G. Colomer Rey, C. Pérez Segarra
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Preservation of energy is fundamental in order to avoid the introduction of unphysical energy that can lead to unstable simulations. In this work, an energy-preserving unconditionally [...]

  • N. Valle, F. Trias, R. Verstappen
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The formulation of multiphase flows emanates from basic conservation laws: mass, momentum and energy. While these are embedded in the celebrated Navier-Stokes equations, none [...]

  • C. De Michele, G. Coppola
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Nonlinear instabilities are one of the major problems in turbulence simulations. One reason behind this problem is the accumulation of aliasing errors produced by the discrete [...]

  • A. Colombo, A. Ghidoni, E. Mantecca, G. Noventa, S. Rebay, D. Pasquale
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A high-order Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) solver is assessed in the computation of the flow through an Organic Rankine Cycle turbine nozzle and stage. The flow features are [...]

  • A. Colanera, A. Della Pia, M. Acquaviva, M. Chiatto, L. de Luca
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Modal analysis of three-dimensional gravitational thin liquid sheet flows, interacting with unconfined gaseous environments located on both sides of the liquid phase, is performed [...]

  • A. Colombo, A. Crivellini, A. Nigro
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The aim of this work is to contribute to the development of a high-order accurate discretization that is entropy conserving and entropy stable both in space and in time. To [...]

  • S. Ajmi, M. Boutet, A. Bennis, J. Dauvin
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In the context of future offshore wind farms along the French coasts of the English Channel, the impacts of foundations on larval dispersal from bentho-pelagic species colonizing [...]

  • R. Sundar, V. KUMAR, D. Majumdar, C. Shah, S. Sarkar
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Cost-effective parameteric surrogate models of unsteady aerodynamic loads acting on a flapping wing are highly desirable. They would enable real time aerodynamic load prediction, [...]

  • G. Coppola, A. Veldman
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In the context of the numerical treatment of convective terms in compressible transport equations, general criteria for linear and quadratic invariants preservation, valid [...]

  • L. Sirotti, G. Barbi, A. Chierici, V. Giovacchini, S. Manservisi
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work aims to validate a new anisotropic four-parameter turbulence model for low-Prandtl number fluids in forced and mixed convection. Traditional models based on the [...]

  • N. Beisiegel, J. Behrens
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Proudman resonance is the dominant mechanism behind meteotsunamis. We develop a comprehensive set of testcases to validate numerical methods focusing on the performance with [...]

  • A. Kiener, S. Langer, P. Bekemeyer
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Computational fluid dynamics is a cornerstone for the modern aerospace industry, providing important insights on aerodynamic analysis while reducing the need of expensive [...]

  • S. Yadav, S. Ganesan
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Singularly Perturbed Partial Differential Equations are challenging to solve with conventional numerical techniques such as Finite Element Methods due to the presence of boundary [...]

  • F. Miralles, B. Sauvage, A. Duben, V. Bobkov, T. Kozubskaya, S. Wornom, B. Koobus, A. Dervieux
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    RANS, DES, hybrid RANS/DVMS and DDES/DVMS models are introduced in low dissipation schemes. They are compared for the simulation of vortex shedding flows around a NACA0021 [...]

  • A. Veldman, G. Coppola
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Supraconservative discretization methods are studied which conserve primary (mass, momentum and internal energy) as well as secondary (total energy) invariants. In particular, [...]

  • M. Bernades, F. Capuano, F. Trias, L. Jofre
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    High-fidelity computations of turbulent flows at high-pressure supercritical fluid conditions present significant challenges. Besides the inherent broadband nature of the [...]

  • M. Ziggaf, I. Kissami, M. Boubekeur, F. Benkhaldoun, I. El mahi
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This study is about the construction of a numerical scheme of the predictor-corrector type in conservative form for solving general systems of conservation laws in multiple [...]

  • M. Vångö, P. Scienza
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The design of propellers for maritime propulsion systems has a long history of using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) as result of the constant desire to improve efficiency. [...]

  • Y. Jiao, S. Schmidt, N. Adams
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Direct numerical simulations of fully compressible multiphase flows in realistic dual fuel internal combustion engine (DFICE) components under realistic operating conditions [...]

  • J. Liu, C. Pérez-Segarra, J. Rigola, F. Trias
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The present study investigates the effect of hydrogen addition to methane-air jet flame based on Sandia flame D.

  • O. Atinault, M. Méheut, S. Defoort
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Boundary Layer Ingestion (BLI) is a promising concept that helps improving aircraft aeropropulsive performance. However, it remains difficult to bring together OAD (Overall [...]

  • B. Semlitsch, A. Huscava
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Low-order models are the first choice to find the initial design of turbomachinery components screening many configurations. The final optimisation of the three-dimensional [...]

  • A. Mariotti, E. Vignali, E. Gasparotti, P. Marchese, M. Morello, M. Salvetti, S. Celi
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A comparison between the results of the CFD simulations and the in-vitro experiments carried out on a circulatory mock loop is presented. Both approaches integrate in-vivo [...]

  • D. Sollich, F. Fetzer, P. Eberhard
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The effect of laser beam scattering on capillary stability and melt dynamics is investigated simulatively for deep penetration laser beam welding. The mesh-free Lagrangian [...]

  • G. Barbi, A. Chierici, V. Giovacchini, L. Manes, S. Manservisi, L. Sirotti
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work aims to extend the techniques used for the optimal control of the NavierStokes systems to control a steady multi-scale FSI system. In particular, we consider a multiscale [...]

  • P. Tsoutsanis, P. Farmakis
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A relaxed, high-order, Multidimensional Optimal Order Detection (MOOD) framework is extended to the simulation of compressible multicomponent flows on unstructured meshes [...]