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TILDA: Towards Industrial LES/DNS in Aeronautics

Paving the Way for Future Accurate CFD - Results of the H2020 Research Project TILDA, Funded by the European Union, 2015 -2018

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  • Covers development and application of high-order methods for high-fidelity CFD
  • Offers extensive information on the use of high-order methods for LES and related aero-acoustics applications
  • Highlights industrially-relevant findings

Part of the book series: Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design (NNFM, volume 148)

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This book offers detailed insights into new methods for high-fidelity CFD, and their industrially relevant applications in aeronautics. It reports on the H2020 TILDA project, funded by the European Union in 2015-2018. The respective chapters demonstrate the potential of high-order methods for enabling more accurate predictions of non-linear, unsteady flows, ensuring enhanced reliability in CFD predictions.

The book highlights industrially relevant findings and representative test cases on the development of high-order methods for unsteady turbulence simulations on unstructured grids; on the development of the LES/DNS methodology by means of multilevel, adaptive, fractal and similar approaches for applications on unstructured grids; and on leveraging existent large-scale HPC networks to facilitate the industrial applications of LES/DNS in daily practice. Furthermore, the book discusses multidisciplinary applications of high-order methods in the area of aero-acoustics. All in all, it offers timely insights into the application and performance of high-order methods for CFD, and an extensive reference guide for researchers, graduate students, and industrial engineers whose work involves CFD and turbulence modeling. 

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Table of contents (21 chapters)

  1. Introduction - The TILDA project

  2. Acceleration of High Order Methods for Unsteady Flows

  3. Grid generation and HPC

  4. Grid generation and HPC

  5. Test Cases for Fundamental Unsteady Simulations

  6. Test Cases for Industrial, Proof-of-Concept Unsteady Simulations

Editors and Affiliations

  • NUMECA S.A., Bruxelles, Belgium

    Charles Hirsch

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Liège, Liège, Belgium

    Koen Hillewaert

  • Institut Aerodynamik Strömungstech, DLR, Braunschweig, Germany

    Ralf Hartmann

  • ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab, CHATILLON CEDEX, France

    Vincent Couaillier

  • CFD Team, CERFACS, Toulouse, France

    Jean-Francois Boussuge

  • DGT / DTIAE, Dassault Aviation, Saint Cloud, France

    Frederic Chalot

  • Aerodynamics Department, TsAGI, Zhukovsky, Russia

    Sergey Bosniakov

  • Aeronautics Consultants, Neubiberg, Germany

    Werner Haase

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