The SimLab "Highly Scalable Fluids & Solids Engineering" aims at supporting users of the engineering sciences who have already developed parallel codes  but need support for the use of massively parallel systems regarding high scalability, memory optimization, programming of hierarchic computer architectures, and performance optimization on computer nodes. 

Examples are finite-volume, finite-element, and finite-difference methods which are based on block-structured body-fitted meshes and/or unstructured Cartesian grids. These methods developed by various groups at RWTH are used to investigate problems in aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, aeroelasticity, and combustion. 

 

Projects

  • Spatially resolved simulation of packed bed chromatography

  • Large-eddy simulations in support of accurate blood flow and blood damage

  • Flow Simulation

 Please click here for an overview of projects.

 

Events

Staff:

Thomas Breuer


Forschungszentrum Jülich

 

 

Dr. Paolo Crosetto


Forschungszentrum Jülich

 

 

Manuel Kosel


JARA-HPC
Forschungszentrum Jülich

 

 

Dr. Mike Nicolai

Head

JARA-HPC
RWTH Aachen University

 

Michael Schlottke


JARA-HPC
RWTH Aachen University



 

Steering Board: 

Prof. Marek Behr (Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems (CATS), RWTH Aachen University)

Dr. Paul Gibbon (Head of the Division "Computational Science", JSC, Forschungszentrum Jülich)

Prof. Wolfgang Schröder (Chair of Fluid Mechanics and Institute of Aerodynamics Aachen (AIA), RWTH Aachen University)

Energylandscape

As part of a cooperation project between RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich (JARA), a new database was created, that provides comprehensive overview of the main research areas in energy of the two institutions.

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