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Mercredi 11 Décembre 2019 Séminaire de Jean-Robert Clermont

« Stream-Tube Method (STM) : a complex fluid dynamics and computational approach »

Mercredi 11 Décembre 2019 à 10h Salle A.Rassat du bâtiment E de l’UFR de Chimie

Résumé :
Stream-Tube Method is an original theoretical and numerical approach based on geometric features, transformations of the physical domain.
This concerns large deformations and flows of fluids with complex rheological properties, where open streamlines are mapped into parallel lines in a computational domain.
Fluids with memory can be simply considered without particle-tracking problems, in steady and unsteady flow conditions.
Examples of applications (isothermal and non-isothermal cases) : flows in polymer processing (contraction flows, free surface flows, journal bearings, microfluidics…
By a streamline-based approach, STM is also concerned by coupling with seperated representation of the Fokker-Planck equation on the streamlines.

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