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 Odenir de Almeida December 22, 1998 08:34

beginning - Flow past a square cylinders

I would like to change messages and informations about the numerical simulation of flow past around square cylinders. I am student of post-graduation of University of Ilha Solteira - UNESP - brazil - Department of Mechanical Enginnering, and I am beginning my research...

 andy December 23, 1998 12:24

Re: beginning - Flow past a square cylinders

This was an ERCOFTAC test case from a few years ago where various research groups predicted the flow with a variety of codes and compared results. They were interesting for a variety of reasons. You may be able to get started at:

http://imhefwww.epfl.ch/ERCOFTAC/

 Bo Jensen January 13, 1999 15:50

Re: beginning - Flow past a square cylinders

Hi!

On my 7th semester project me and my fellow students made our own CFD-code for calculations of laminar flow past a square rod.

What kind of application is this for?

You could write me an e-mail: bbb@iet.auc.dk

Regards

Bo B. B. Jensen

 Bernhard Mueck February 10, 1999 07:56

Re: beginning - Flow past a square cylinders

Try : @PhdThesis{soha98, author = "A. Sohankar", title = "Numerical {S}tudy of {L}aminar, {T}ransitional and {T}urbulent {F}low {P}ast {R}ectangular {C}ylinders", school = "Chalmers University of Technology, G{\"o}teborg", year = "1998", } It is also published in Physics of fluids 1/99 for the 3D case.

Good luck

 Jonas Larsson February 10, 1999 10:38

Re: beginning - Flow past a square cylinders

You can also contact Ahmad directly at sohankar@tfd.chalmers.se

He is still doing this kind of work as a PostDoc.

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