CFD Techniques and Thermo-Mechanics Applications, 1st ed. 2018

Coordinators: Driss Zied, Necib Brahim, Zhang Hao-Chun

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This book focuses on CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) techniques and the recent developments and research works in thermo-mechanics applications. It is devoted to the publication of basic and applied studies broadly related to this area. The chapters present the development of numerical methods, computational techniques, and case studies in the thermo-mechanics applications. They offer the fundamental knowledge for using CFD in real thermo-mechanics applications and complex flow problems through new technical approaches. Also, they discuss the steps in the CFD process and provide benefits and issues when using the CFD analysis in understanding of complicated flow phenomena and its use in the design process. The best practices for reducing errors and uncertainties in CFD analysis are also discussed. The presented case studies and development approaches aim to provide the readers, such as engineers and PhD students, the fundamentals of CFD prior to embarking on any real simulation project. Additionally, engineers supporting or being supported by CFD analysts can benefit from this book.

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CFD modelling for the airflow in an industrial convection oven.- CFD application for the study of innovative working fluids in solar central receivers.- Computational fluid dynamics for thermal evaluation of earth-to-air heat exchanger for different climates of Mexico.- CFD modeling of parabolic trough receiver of different cross section shapes.- An OpenFOAM solver for forced convection heattransfer adopting diagonally implicit.- Multigrid and Preconditioning Techniques in CFD Applications.- Numerical Simulation and Experimental Validation of the Role of Delta Wing Privileged Apex.- Numerical simulation of the overlap effect on the turbulent flow around a Savonius wind rotor.- Study of the collector diameter effect on the characteristics of the solar chimney power plant.

Prof. Dr. Eng. Zied Driss
Dr. Driss is Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at National School of Engineers of Sfax (ENIS). He received his Engineering Diploma in 2001, his Master Degree in 2003, his PhD in 2008 and his HDR in 2013 in Mechanical Engineering from ENIS at University of Sfax, Tunisia. He is interested in the development of numerical and experimental techniques for solving problems in mechanical engineering and energy applications. Also, his research has been focused on the interaction between Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Computational Structure Dynamics (CSD) codes. As a result of his research, he is principal or co-principal investigator on more than 80 papers in peer-reviewed journals, more than 150 communications to international conferences, 10 books and 40 books chapters. Also, he is the main inventors of 2 patents. Currently, Dr. Driss is a Chief of Project in the Laboratory of Electromechanical Systems (LASEM), an Editorial in Chief for two international journals, an Editorial Board Member and reviewer for different international journals, an Editor for different books, a General Chair of two bi-annual international conferences and an active member in different national and international associations.

Prof. Dr. Brahim Necib
Dr. B.Necib is a Professor and Head of Research in Mechanical Engineering Department, Laboratory of mechanics at the University of Mentouri Constantine, Algeria. He received his Philosophy Doctor (Ph. D) and his Master in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering at Purdue University W. Lafayette Indiana, USA in 1987 and 1982 respectively. He got his Engineer degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National Polytechnic School of Algiers, Algeria in 1980. His work interest is on the development of numerical and experimental techniques for solving practical problems in mechanical and aeronautical engineering. His research work is focused on the

Includes basic and applied studies broadly related to thermo-mechanics applications

Describes the steps in the CFD process and provides benefits and issues for using CFD analysis

Helps to understand complicated flow phenomena and design processes