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Dr.-Ing. Andreas Ruopp

Deputy Head, Department of Numerical Methods & Libraries

As Deputy Head of the Numerical Methods & Libraries Department, Dr. Andreas Ruopp co-supervises a team that supports HLRS system users in the development, implementation, and optimization of numerical methods for large-scale simulations.

Dr. Ruopp's interests and expertise include flow simulation, especially the finite volume method, and parallel visualization.

Trained in aerospace engineering, Dr. Ruopp researches in the field of flow simulation and is particularly interested in exascale computing, CFD with OpenFOAM®, and the coupling of AI and CFD.

Teaching activities
  • Training: CFD with OpenFOAM®
  • Practical course: CFD (Computational fluid dynamics) with OpenFOAM®

Publications

[ 2015 ] [ 2014 ] [ 2013 ] [ 2012 ] [ 2011 ] [ 2006 ]

2015 [ to top ]

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    Ruopp, A., Daus, P., Biskup, F., Riedelbauch, S.: Performance prediction of a tidal in-stream current energy converter and site assessment next to Jindo, South Korea. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy. 7, (2015).
     
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    Ruopp, A., Daus, P.: Simulation von Gezeitenströmungen zur Standortanalyse und Bestimmung vorhandener Potenziale. Wasserkraftprojekte Band II. S. 84–89. Springer Vieweg, Stephan Heimerl (2015).
     

2014 [ to top ]

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    Ruopp, A., Ruprecht, A., Riedelbauch, S., Arnaud, G., Hamad, I.: Development of a hydro kinetic river turbine with simulation and operational measurement results in comparison. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 22, 062002 (2014).
     
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    Daus, P., Ruopp, A., Biskup, F., Arlitt, R.: Performance prediction of a tidal in-stream current energy converter. 3rd IAHR Europe Congress, Book of Proceedings, 2014, Porto -Portugal (2014).
     

2013 [ to top ]

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    Ruopp, A., Daus, P., Ruprecht, A., Riedelbauch, S.: A Two-Dimensional Finite Volume Shallow Water Model for Tidal Current Simulations Using OpenFOAMtextsuperscripttextregistered - Numerical Validation and High-Resolution Ocean Modelling Case. EWTEC, Aalbourg, Denmark. S. 10. , Aalborg, Denmark (2013).
     
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    Ruopp, A., Daus, P.: Simulation von Gezeitenströmungen zur Standortanalyse und Bestimmung vorhandener Potenziale. Wasserwirtschaft. 103, 54–57 (2013).
     

2012 [ to top ]

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    Ruprecht, A., Ruopp, A., Simader, J.: CFD Based Mathematical Optimization of Hydro Turbine Components Using Cloud Computing. SimHydro, Hydraulic modelling and uncertainty (2012).
     
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    Ruprecht, A., Ruopp, A., Bauer, N., Riedelbauch, S.: Hydraulic Development of Hydro Kinetic Turbines. 17th International Seminar on Hydropower Plants. , Vienna, Austria (2012).
     

2011 [ to top ]

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    Ruopp, A., Ruprecht, A., Riedelbauch, S.: Automatic Blade Optimisation of Tidal Current Turbines Using OpenFOAMtextsuperscripttextregistered. EWTEC, Southampton, England. S. 7. , Southampton, UK (2011).
     
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    Ruprecht, A., Ruopp, A.: Entwicklung einer kinetischen Strömungsturbine. Wasserwirtschaft 101. 10, 34–37 (2011).
     

2006 [ to top ]

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    Koissin, V., Ruopp, A., Lomov, S., Verpoest, I., Witzel, V., Drechsler, K.: Internal structure of structurally stitched NCF preform. 12th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 12, 2006 (2006).
     
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    Koissin, V., Ruopp, A., Lomov, S.V., Verpoest, I., Witzel, V., Drechsler, K.: On-surface fibre-free zones and irregularity of piercing pattern in structurally stitched NCF preforms. Advanced Composites Letters. 15, 81–88 (2006).