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 Mestrado Universitario en Enxeñaría Naval e Oceánica (plan 2018) Subjects Computational Hydrodynamics Contents
 Topic Sub-topic The blocks or the following contents develop the established topics in the "Memoria de Verifcación". Finite Volume Method. CFD. Convective Interpolation Schemes. Free surface. P-V Coupling. Boundary layer and wake. Introduction to Hydrofoils Theory and application to marine propellers. Test cases in naval and ocean engineering Conservation laws Interpolation schemes for convective transport Non usual boundary conditions Métodos de acoplamento presión velocidade Methods SIMPLE/ER/C y PISO for staggered grid Methods SIMPLE/ER/C y PISO for collocated grids. Sistemas de ecuacións lineais Sparse matrix algorithms Methods point to point, line to line y plano a plano. Errores de alta y baja frecuencia. Métodos multimalla. El método del gradiente conjugado. Programación de casos Transient problems Explicit, implicit and fully implicit schemes for 1D transient diffusion problems. Extension to 3D cases. Transient convection diffusion problems. Transient P-V coupling. Test cases. Mathematics background Singular integrals Trigonometric functions Glauert integrals Hilbert transform 2D potential flow theory. Fundamentals. Complex potential Stream function Potential function Source Sink Vortex Thin foils theory Thickness effect Angle of attack effect Camber effect Zero lift angle Ideal angle of attack Thin foil theory correction in the near leading edge region Flux arround the apex of a parabola Velocity correction in high curvature regions Velocity prediction along the full foil wall Cavitation Pressure coefficient Cavitation number Pressure coefficient along the whole foil wall Bucket diagrams Tridimensional effects. Application to appendices and forward body. Tridimensional potential field Velocity field induced by a 3D differential vortex element Free vortex vorticity Bound and free vorticity relation Lifting line. Control surfaces (rudders). Induced velocities over a tridimensional foil Prandtl lifting line equation Application to ship propellers The open water case Prandtl lifting line theory adaptation to the ship propeller design case Induction coefficients Optimum propeller performance Goldstein factors Betz diagram
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