Computational and Scientific Engineering

HPC technologies enable researchers to accelerate research and development in industrial processes. Simulation and modelling allow researchers to shorten time-to-market for new products, while also providing new insights into older technologies for power generation, air travel, and urban planning, among others.

The following is a list of recent reports submitted by users of HLRS's high-performance computing systems describing their scientific interests and research results.

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MALEDRAG - Machine Learning Optimization for Drag Reduction in a Turbulent Boundary Layer

CARo – Computational Aeroacoustics of Rotors

When Porous Media Meets Turbulence

Revealing the Dynamics of Flames by Tracking Material Points in Highly Resolved Simulations


Direct Numerical Simulations of Compressible Turbulent Boundary Layers

Active Friction Drag Reduction in Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow

Direct Numerical Simulation of an Impinging Jet at Re=10,000

Compressible Multi-Phase Flow at Extreme Ambient Conditions

Towards the Simulation of the Flow Phenomena at a Helicopter Rotor Using a High-order Method

Uncertainty Quantification in Direct Noise Computations of Cavity Feedback

Wall-Resolved Large Eddy Simulation of Complex Flows in Turbomachines

Numerical Simulation of Impinging Jets

Large Eddy Simulation of a Complete Francis Turbine

Shock-Related Buffeting in Aeroplanes

Numerical Simulation of Primary Break-up in Spray Painting Processes

Simulation of Turbulent Flows Interacting with Non-Spherical Particles

Fully Resolved Autoigniting Transient Jet Flame Simulation

Multi-Scale Study of Reactive Engine Spray

Simulation of Non-Ideal Effects in Shock-Tubes

Large-Eddy-Simulations of the Unsteady Aerodynamics of Oscillating Airfoils at Moderately High Reynolds Numbers

Influence of Topography on the Turbulent Inflow of Wind Turbines in Complex Terrain

Accident Scenario in a Nuclear Power Plant

Simulation of Cavitation Phenomena in Francis Turbines

HEat (and Mass) Transfer in Turbulent Sprays - HETS