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                              Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) - an overview of activities at the University of Manchester

                              發布時間:2018-09-03  瀏覽次數:356

                                  時間:91413:30

                                地點:21B 212中教室

                                  報告題目:Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) - an overview of activities at the University of Manchester

                                報告人:Benedict D. Rogers 教授

                                  主辦單位:船舶工程學院

                               

                              講座概要

                              For many years, the development of a numerical wave basin has been long-sought-after for use as an engineering tool to design structures and vessels deployed in the aggressive offshore environments. Due to advances in computational power and parallel processing, the numerical wave basin has become an increasingly realisable concept. Numerous modelling approaches exist that attempt to reproduce the non-linear effects of steep waves interacting with fixed or dynamically responding bodies. However, mesh-based approaches suffer from mass dissipation at the free-surface and to avoid expensive remeshing procedures, an arbitrary Lagrange-Euler (ALE)-type formulation is commonly used. Even then, flows of a fragmented nature, such as breaking-waves, cannot be dealt with effectively.

                              Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) is a meshless method that uses particles to represent the flow which move according to the governing dynamics. It has distinct advantages such as being able to capture the highly nonlinear behaviour of many applications from astrophysics, wave breaking, mixing processes in manufacturing, nuclear flows, ballistics and many more.  In the past 15 years, development of the method for engineering applications has made significant improvements such that it is now challenging the supremacy of conventional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) approaches. However, the weakly compressible SPH (WCSPH) approach commonly used to model fluids suffers from disadvantages that prevent it from being widely used in industry including accurate and noise-free representation of the pressure field.

                               

                              報告人簡歷:

                              Ben read Engineering Science with first class honours at the University of Oxford and then stayed on for a D.Phil. under the supervision of Professors Alistair Borthwick and Paul Taylor. In 2002, he moved to the US to work with Professor Robert A. Dalrymple at the Johns Hopkins University on coastal engineering research and Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH). He then spent a year at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland working on large eddy simulation (LES) flows over hills. In 2005, he moved back to the UK to continue working on SPH with Professors Peter Stansby and Dominique Laurence at the University of Manchester where he was an RCUK Research Fellow (2007-2012), Senior Lecturer (2012-2014) and Reader (2014-2018) and now Professor of Computational Hydrodynamics (2018-).

                              He is a founding member of the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Research and Engineering International Community (SPHERIC), the international organisation representing the development and use of SPH. He has been a member of the Steering Committee since 2005, ran the website from 2005-2015 (http://spheric-sph.org), and is now leading SPHERIC as the new Chair.  Ben is also a core developer of the open-source SPH codes, SPHysics, SWE-SPHysics (http://www.sphysics.org) and DualSPHysics (http://www.dual.sphysics.org). He is the leader of the SPH Specialist Group 'SPH@Manchester' in Manchester. He has twice been awarded the Thomas Telford Premium Award by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in the UK for his work on tsunami-structure interaction using SPH.

                               


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