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Application Area AC number Application Challenges Contributor Organisation
External Aerodynamics
1-01 Aero-acoustic cavity Fred Mendonca Computational Dynamics Ltd
1-02 RAE M2155 Wing Pietro Catalano, Anthony Hutton CIRA, Qinetiq
1-05 Ahmed body Jean-Paul Bonnet, Remi Manceau, F.R.Menter Université de Poitiers, ANSYS Germany
1-08 L1T2 3 element airfoil Jan Vos, Anthony Hutton CFS Engineering SA, Qinetiq
1-09 Vortex breakdown above a delta wing with sharp leading edge Johan Kok et al. NLR
2-01 Bluff body burner for CH4-HE turbulent combustion Elisabetta Belardini Universita di Firenze
2-06 The confined TECFLAM swirling natural gas burner Stefan Hohmann MTU Aero Engines
2-07 Confined double annular jet Charles Hirsch Vrije Universiteit Brussel
2-08 Premixed Methane-Air Swirl Burner (TECFLAM) Guido Kuenne, Andreas Dreizler, Johannes Janicka Darmstadt University of Technology
2-09 SANDIA Flame D Andrzej Boguslawski, Artur Tyliszczak Częstochowa University of Technology
2-10 Internal combustion engine flows for motored operation Carl Philip Ding et al. Technische Universität Darmstadt
2-11 Delft-Jet-in-Hot-Coflow (DJHC) burner André Perpignan et al. TU Delft
2-12 AC2-12 Turbulent separated inert and reactive flows over a triangular bluff body D.A. Lysenko and M. Donskov 3DMSimtek AS, Sandnes, Norway
Chemical & Process, Thermal Hydraulics & Nuclear Safety
3-01 Buoyancy-opposed wall jet Jeremy Noyce Magnox Electric
3-02 Induced flow in a T-junction Frederic Archambeau EDF - R&D Division
3-03 Cyclone separator Chris Carey Fluent Europe Ltd
3-08 Spray evaporation in turbulent flow Martin Sommerfeld Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg
3-10 Combining/dividing flow in Y junction Lewis Davenport Rolls-Royce Marine Power, Engineering & Technology Division
3-11 Downward flow in a heated annulus Mike Rabbitt British Energy
3-12 Particle-laden swirling flow Martin Sommerfeld Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg
Civil Construction & HVAC
4-01 Wind environment around an airport terminal building Steve Gilham, Athena Scaperdas Atkins
4-02 Flow and Sediment Transport in a Laboratory Model of a stretch of the Elbe River Wolfgang Rodi Universität Karlsruhe
4-03 Air flows in an open plan air conditioned office Isabelle Lavedrine, Darren Woolf Arup
4-04 Tunnel fire Nicholas Waterson Mott MacDonald Ltd
Environmental Flows
5-05 Boundary layer flow and dispersion over isolated hills and valleys Ian Castro University of Southampton
Turbo-machinery Internal Flows
6-02 Low-speed centrifugal compressor Nouredine Hakimi NUMECA International
6-05 Annular compressor cascade with tip clearance K. Papailiou NTUA
6-06 Gas Turbine nozzle cascade Elisabetta Belardini, Francesco Martelli Universita di Firenze
6-07 Draft tube Jan Eriksson, Rolf Karlsson Vattenfall Utveckling AB
6-08 High speed centrifugal compressor Beat Ribi, Michael Casey MAN Turbomaschinen AG Schweiz , Sulzer Innotec AG
6-10 Axial compressor cascade Fred Mendonca Computational Dynamics Ltd
6-12 Steam turbine rotor cascade Jaromir Prihoda Czech Academy of Sciences
6-14 Swirling flow in a conical diffuser generated with rotor-stator interaction A. Javadi et al Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden;
6-15 Vortex ropes in draft tube of a laboratory Kaplan hydro turbine at low load A.V. Minakov et al. Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Biomedical Flows
7-01 Aerosol deposition in the human upper airways P. Koullapis et al. University of Cyprus
7-02 Airflow in the human upper airways P. Koullapis et al. University of Cyprus
7-03 Flow in a Ventricular Assist Device - Pump Performance & Blood Damage Prediction B. Torner University of Rostock, Germany
7-04 A pulsatile 3D flow relevant to thoracic hemodynamics: CFD - 4D Flow MRI comparison Morgane Garreau University of Montpellier, France