## 化学工学流体力学特論

Course Title

Term

コード

コマ

Instructor

P121410001 2 1 前期授業 専門科目 TSPRE5911-M1 火１ B5-1B38 仲村　英也

#### オフィスアワー

Office hour: Tuesday, 12:00～13:00, B5 building, room 3C62 and room 4B43

#### 授業目標

Fluid mechanics is a science in which we study the behavior of the fluids, which are either at rest or in motion. This course will enable students to:
1. Understand the fundamentals of discretization techniques for numerically solving the partial differential equations (equations of continuity and motion) in the fluid dynamics.
2. Understand the fundamentals of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for particulate flows.
3. Understand the fundamentals of discrete element method (DEM) for particulate flows.

#### 教科書

Handouts will be distributed in the class.

#### 参考書

S.V. Patanker “Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow”　McGrow-Hill

#### 授業時間外の学習（準備学習等について）

Exercises will be given in the class.

#### 授業の概要

This course especially deals the behavior of continuum and discrete fluids. The objectives of the course are to understand how to how to solve the governing equations using a numerical simulation. Students will be required to be familiar with vector and tensor analyses in the general coordinate system. Students will also be required to be familiar with solving partial differential equations. Furthermore, fundamental computational programming skill will be required.

#### 授業計画

1-4. Vector and tensor analyses using the general coordinate system. 5-7. Application of the vector and tensor analyses to the derivation of the equations of continuity and motion. 8-9. Discretization techniques for the governing equations of fluid flow. 10-11. Procedure to solve the governing equations of fluid flow in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and discrete element method (DEM), 12-15. Exercises: programming of a numerical simulation of CFD and DEM.

#### 成績評価

Evaluation will be based on the score of submitted reports (20%) and submitted programming exercise (80%).　Students will be required to explain outlines of
1. Derivation of the equations of continuity and motion,
2. Fundamentals of discretization techniques for numerically solving the equations of continuity and motion, and
3. Fundamentals of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and discrete element method (DEM).