|Yue Yang||Professor, Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science, College of Engineering, Peking University,Beijing|
Bio: Yue Yang received BE degree from Zhejiang University in 2004, MS degree from the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007, and PhD degree from California Institute of Technology in 2011, then he was sponsored by the CEFRC Fellowship for postdoc research at Princeton University and Cornell University. Yang joined the Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science in College of Engineering, Peking University in 2013, and was promoted to full professor in 2020. He received the “National Distinguished Young Researcher” award and “Qiu Shi Outstanding Young Scholar Award”. His research interests include turbulence, transition, and combustion.
Tying Knots in Fluids
We develop a general method for constructing knotted vortex/magnetic tubes with the finite thickness, arbitrary shape, and tunable twist. The central axis of the knotted tubes is determined by a given smooth and non-degenerated parametric equation. The helicity of the knotted tubes can be explicitly decomposed into the writhe, localized torsion, and intrinsic twist. We construct several knotted vortex/magnetic tubes with various geometry and topology, and investigate the effect of twist on their evolution in hydrodynamic or magnetohydrodynamic flows using direct numerical simulation. In addition, we illustrate a knot cascade of magnetic field lines through the stepwise reconnection of a pair of orthogonal helical flux tubes with opposite chirality.
|Andrey Gorobets||Professor, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of RAS, Moscow|
Bio: Andrey Gorobets graduated from Moscow State University in 2003. He then outlived three thesis defenses: 2007, Candidate of Sciences (к. ф.-м. н., equivalent to Ph.D.) at IMM RAS; 2008, European Ph.D. degree at UPC, Barcelona, Spain; 2015, Doktor nauk (д. ф.-м. н., higher doctoral degree) at the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of RAS (KIAM), Moscow, Russia. He is now a leading researcher at KIAM. His work is focused on algorithms and software for large-scale supercomputer simulations of turbulent flows.
Supercomputer simulations of aerodynamics and aeroacoustics problems using high-accuracy schemes on unstructured meshes
This talk is devoted to scale-resolving simulations of compressible turbulent flows using edge-based high-accuracy methods on unstructured mixed-element meshes. The focus is on parallel computing. Firstly, the family of edge-based schemes that we are developing will be outlined. Then our simulation code NOISEtte will be presented. It has multilevel MPI+OpenMP+OpenCL parallelization for a wide range of hybrid supercomputer architectures. A description of the parallel algorithm will be provided. Finally, our supercomputer simulations of aerodynamics and aeroacoustics problems will be demonstrated.
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