科目名 Course Title |
授業コード | 単位数 | 配当年次 | 開講期間 Term |
科目分類 | ナンバリング コード |
曜日 コマ |
教室 | 担当教員氏名 Instructor |
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熱エネルギー工学
Thermal Energy Engineering |
P120190001 | 2 | 1 | 後期授業 | 専門科目 | TMMEE6223-J1 | 水３ | B4-東K-204 | 須賀 一彦 |

B4棟E232室 月曜日３コマ目

In order to design and control machines related to thermal energy, it is necessary to analyze and understand the flows of thermal fluids inside/outside the machines. Thus, this course focuses on the methods of numerically analyzing thermal fluid flows, particularly in turbulent flow regimes. The detailed theories, practices and their backgrounds are lectured.

The goal of the students is to understand the fundamental theory and tactics of turbulence modeling.

None

Mathematical Models of Turbulence (by Launder & Spalding, Academic Press)

Boundary Layer Theory (8th ed., by Schlichting & Gersten, Springer), etc.

Energy Conversion, Advanced

Advanced Fluid Dynamics

It is helpful for the lectures to read and study the books listed above.

The course includes,

1:Introduction of computer simulation, 2:Nature of turbulent flows, 3:Reynolds averaging, 4: Filtering & large eddy simulations, 5:Eddy viscosity concept, 6:Eddy viscosity turbulence models, 7:One-equation turbulence models, 8:k-e two-equation turbulence models, 9:Low Re k-e & k-w models, 10:Nonlinear eddy viscosity models, 11:Wall-functions, 12: Heat flux models, 13:Second moment closures, 14:Algebraic second moment closures, 15:Other topics, Final report/test. The details are listed below.

第１回 | Introduction of development of digital computers, computer aided engineering and computer sikumation of turbulence | 準備学習等 | N/A |
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第２回 | Nature of turnulent flow and mathematical treatment of turbulence: Reynolds averaging, filtering | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第３回 | Eddy viscosity concept, the mixing length model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第４回 | One equation eddy viscosity models | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第５回 | Derivation of the transport equation of the turbulent kinetic energy: k, and its modelling | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第６回 | One-equation low-Reynolds number model and the analytical wall function | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第７回 | k-e eddy viscosity model and the dissipation rate: e (epsilon) , equation | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第８回 | Modelling the e-equation | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第９回 | Low Reynolds number k-e model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１０回 | k-w (omega) model and SST k-w model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１１回 | RNG k-e model and nonlinear k-e model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１２回 | Turbulent heat flux models and wall functions | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１３回 | Standard Reynolds stress model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１４回 | Advanced Reynolds stress model: TCL model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１５回 | Algebraic stress model and V2F model | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

第１６回 | Second moment closure for the scalar fields | 準備学習等 | homework assigned at the previous class |

The final test is for evaluating the level of the student's learning achievement.

Evaluation of the levels is made by the Final Test (70%)

and Assignments (30%).

By the total scores obtained, the final letter grades will be assigned as follows:

A+= 90-100 %

A= 80-89 %

B = 70-79 %

C= 60-69 %

D = 59 % and below (fails to obtain the credits)