The papers in this seventh volume of the Journal are all concerned with industrially relevant complex flows. Each has been presented at a NAFEMS seminar and, following peer review, are published for the benefit of the wider NAFEMS community.
Four papers were presented at the seminar “Simulation of Complex Flows (CFD) – Application and Trends”, April 2005, in Niedernhausen, Germany. These deal with topics of CFD complexity involving combustor design, free-surface flows, aeroacoustics and axial fan design.
The remaining paper addresses cross-wind effects on high-sided vehicles and was presented at a NAFEMS/ERCOFTAC seminar entitled “Quality & Reliability of CFD Simulations III: Quantifying and Reducing Uncertainty”, March 2007.
Simulation of Turbulent Swirling Flows: Gas Turbine Combustor Application and Validation
A C Benim, P J Stopford, E Buchanan and K J Syed
Initial Validation of Cross Wind Effects on a Static High-Sided Vehicle
D M Hargreaves and H P Morvan
Simulation of Flows With Free Surfaces
S Muzaferija and M Peri
A Weak Compressible Flow Solution for Fluid and Air-Borne Acoustics Coupled Problems in a Nonlinear System
M Zhu, A Tabbal, M Megahed, G Pierrot and P Ravier
Calculation of the Characteristic Diagram of an Axial Fan using CFD
T Wolfanger and M Lenartz
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