PhD student in computational fluid dynamics. Areas of interest:
Synthetic Eddy Methods (SEM) are a family of techniques used to generate realistic inflow data for Large Eddy Simulation (LES) simulation in fluid dynamics. This is one of the easiest and less memory-consumption inflow generators method. The package SyntheticEddyMethod.jl implements the SEM and recreates a statistically correct and coherent turbulent flow.
In field of aerodynamic is often required to test different geometries, most of them are standard airfoils. The aim is usually to identify promising geometry for a specific application. Many operations repeat mechanically, and are tedious and time consuming. In specific, the mesh creation is a fundamental but routine task, similar but not identical for all the airfoil and all the test cases. This is where GmshAirfoil.jl comes in handy.