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Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers

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  • Date Published: December 2011
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  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107018952

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  • Computational fluid dynamics, CFD, has become an indispensable tool for many engineers. This book gives an introduction to CFD simulations of turbulence, mixing, reaction, combustion and multiphase flows. The emphasis on understanding the physics of these flows helps the engineer to select appropriate models to obtain reliable simulations. Besides presenting the equations involved, the basics and limitations of the models are explained and discussed. The book combined with tutorials, project and power-point lecture notes (all available for download) forms a complete course. The reader is given hands-on experience of drawing, meshing and simulation. The tutorials cover flow and reactions inside a porous catalyst, combustion in turbulent non-premixed flow, and multiphase simulation of evaporation spray respectively. The project deals with design of an industrial-scale selective catalytic reduction process and allows the reader to explore various design improvements and apply best practice guidelines in the CFD simulations.

    • Focuses on using available CFD programs rather than writing new ones
    • An introduction to a wide range of CFD applications
    • A complete course package, making it easy for a teacher to start a new course
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    • Date Published: December 2011
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107018952
    • length: 202 pages
    • dimensions: 244 x 170 x 13 mm
    • weight: 0.53kg
    • contains: 76 b/w illus. 11 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. Modelling
    3. Numerical aspects of CFD
    4. Turbulent flow modelling
    5. Turbulent mixing and chemical reactions
    6. Multiphase flow modelling
    7. Best practice guidelines
    8. References and further reading
    Appendix.

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    Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers

    Bengt Andersson, Ronnie Andersson, Love Håkansson, Mikael Mortensen, Rahman Sudiyo, Berend van Wachem

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    Bengt Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenberg
    Bengt Andersson is a Professor in Chemical Engineering at Chalmers University, Sweden. His research has focused on experimental studies and modelling of mass and heat transfer in various chemical reactors ranging from automotive catalysis to three phase flow in chemical reactors.

    Ronnie Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenberg
    Ronnie Andersson is an Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering at Chalmers University. He obtained his PhD at Chalmers in 2005 and from 2005 until 2010 he worked as consultant at Epsilon HighTech as a specialist in CFD simulations of combustion and multiphase flows. His research projects involve physical modelling, fluid dynamic simulations and experimental methods.

    Love Håkansson, Engineering Data Resources (EDR), Norway
    Love Håkansson works as Consultant at Engineering Data Resources (EDR) in Oslo, Norway. His research has been in mass transfer in turbulent boundary layers. He is now working with simulations of single and multiphase flows.

    Mikael Mortensen, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
    Mikael Mortensen obtained his PhD at Chalmers University in 2005 in turbulent mixing with chemical reactions. After two years of postdoctoral work at the University of Sydney, he is now working with fluid dynamics at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment in Lillehammer, Norway.

    Rahman Sudiyo, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
    Rahman Sudiyo is a Lecturer at the University of Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He received his PhD at Chalmers University in 2006. His research has been in multiphase flow.

    Berend van Wachem, Imperial College London
    Berend van Wachem is a Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, UK. His research projects involve multiphase flow modelling, ranging from understanding the behaviour of turbulence on the scale of individual particles, to the large-scale modelling of gas-solid and gas-liquid flows.

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