Spring School Program

(preliminary)

Time Monday Tuesday
09:00-10:00 Opening

LBM for application, Mathias J. Krause

Turbulence models, Marc Haußmann
30min Coffee
10:30-11:30 Short introduction by participants Thermal flows, Max Gaedtke
11:30-12:30 Introduction to LBM, Timothy Reis Micro flows, Jesse Ross-Jones

Optimal fluid flow control with adjoint LBM, Fabian Klemens

12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Boundary condition, Timothy Reis Multi-phase and multi-component flows, Timm Krüger
15:00-16:00 Dimensionalisation, Timm Krueger Particulate flows, Marie-Luise Maier and Robin Trunk
30min Coffee
16:30-17:30 Analysis of LBM, François Dubois Efficient parallel implementation, Markus Mohrhard
19:00 Poster session and dinner Free, optional (starts at 17:30): help desk, in order to get OpenLB running on your laptop

 

Time Wednesday Thursday Friday
09:00-10:00 Introduction to OpenLB Setup geometry, meshing Advanced models, using Doxygen docu
30min Coffee
10:30-11:30 Preliminaries (Linux, compile, run in parallel, ParaView) Exercise 2: prepare geometry and meshing Exercise 5 and 6: particulate flows, closing
11:30-12:30 XML-parameter interface, converter, Exercise 1: getting started, execute examples, get results Place LB models, initial and boundary conditions, convergence
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Social event / excursion Exercise 3: set boundary conditions Option 1: work on your own application

Option 2: OpenLB for developers: implement your own LB model

15:00-16:00 Get results: console output, vtk, Gnuplot, images, functor concept
30min Coffee
16:30-17:30 Exercise 4: get results
19:00 Spring school dinner Dinner