Multiphysics Modelling of Fluid-Particulate Systems provides an explanation of how to model fluid-particulate systems using Eulerian and Lagrangian methods. The computational cost and relative merits of the different methods are compared, with recommendations on where and how to apply them provided. The science underlying the fluid-particulate phenomena involves computational fluid dynamics (for liquids and gases), computational particle dynamics (solids), and mass and heat transfer. In order to simulate these systems, it is essential to model the interactions between phases and the fluids and particles themselves. This book details instructions for several numerical methods of dealing with this complex problem.
This book is essential reading for researchers from all backgrounds interested in multiphase flows or fluid-solid modeling, as well as engineers working on related problems in chemical engineering, food science, process engineering, geophysics or metallurgical processing.
- Provides detailed coverage of Resolved and Unresolved Computational Fluid Dynamics - Discrete Element Method (CFD-DEM), Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, and their various attributes
- Gives an excellent summary of a range of simulation techniques and provides numerical examples
- Starts with a broad introduction to fluid-particulate systems to help readers from a range of disciplines grasp fundamental principles
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Part 1 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Discrete Element Modeling of Fluidized Beds 1. Introduction: discrete element modeling-computational fluid dynamics of fluidized beds 2. Methodology: CFD-DEM of Fluidized Beds 3. Validation case study: bubbling in the fluidized bed 4. Validation Case Study: Sound Waves in Fluidized Medium
Part 2 Large, (non)spherical particle modeling in the context of fluid filtration applications (resolved Eulerian-Lagrangian) 5. Introduction: large, (non-)spherical particle modeling in the context of fluid filtration applications 6. Methodology: large (non)spherical particle modeling in the context of fluid filtration applications 7. Validation: experimental and semianalytical 8. Application and results: filter fiber engineering 9. Conclusion and vision
Part 3 Lagrangian-Lagrangian: Modeling Shocks through Inhomogeneous Media with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics 10. Introduction: smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of shocks 11. Methodology: smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of shocks 12. Validation: smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of shocks 13. Conclusion: smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of shocks
Dr. Khawaja is Associate Professor at the Department of Engineering and Safety, UiT-The Arctic University of Norway. He is member of the process engineering team and leader of the Research Group 'Infrared Imaging, Spectroscopy and Numerical Modelling'. He is a Chartered Engineer and holds the posts of Vice President (Scandinavia) of the International Society of Multiphysics, Communication Director of the Association of Aerospace Universities (AAU), Director in Technical Listening Division in Global Listening Centre (GLC). He is the Coordinator of the annual Multiphysics Conference, Editorial Manager for the International Journal of Multiphysics and Member of the Editorial Board of Vestnik of MSTU. He is also Chief Executive Officer and founding member of the start-up, 'Windtech AS'. He received distinguished prizes such as the Multiphysics Student Prize, W F Reddaway Prize, Commonwealth Scholarship, and President Gold Medal. He has also received grants and prize funding for the regional R&D and innovation. He actively publishes journal papers, presents at international conferences, applies for research funds and encourages innovative research. He is collaborating with a number of researchers in China, France, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States. He has formal education in 'Pedagogical Competence for Higher Education' and 'Research Supervision' from UiT-The Arctic University of Norway.
Professor Moatamedi completed his engineering education including Ph.D. at The University of Sheffield, MBA at Manchester Business School of The University of Manchester; and LLM International Business Law at The University of Leeds. He is currently the Dean of the College of Engineering and Computing at Al Ghurair University as well as the Adjunct Professor at Oslo Metropolitan University. Prior to his current post, he was the Chair of Multiphysics at UiT The Arctic University of Norway where he was the Director of Multiphysics Centre. Previously at Imperial College London, Narvik University, Cranfield University, The University of Salford and The University of Sheffield, he held senior managerial positions and also carried out research and teaching in the areas of Multiphysics, Fluid-Structure Interaction, Modelling and Simulations and Engineering Design. During his stay at Imperial College he was the Technical Manager for the Centre for Nuclear Engineering, in Narvik he was the Founding Director of High North Technology Centre; at Cranfield the Director of Motorsport Engineering and Management; and at Salford the Director of the Centre for Engineering Materials and the Director of Aerospace Engineering. He is the author of numerous peer-reviewed publications, commercial reports and presentations including keynote addresses at international symposiums and conferences. He has risen substantial funding for research and innovation projects from the UK and overseas research councils, European Union, industry and other sources. He successfully supervised many Ph.D. students to completion and many more graduate projects. He has extensive teaching experience on a wide range of engineering, management and law subjects including modeling and simulations, project management and intellectual property. He has been an external examiner for many research and teaching programmes internationally including the engineering courses at Emirates Aviation University. His stakeholders' management, industrial research and engineering experience includes working with the UK Ministry of Defence, the Health and Safety Executive, Electrolux, Shell, Hitachi, Rolls Royce, Jaguar, BAE System and Airbus UK. He is the founder, Executive Director and the President of The International Society of Multiphysics (www.multiphysics.org), the Editor-in-Chief of 'The International Journal of Multiphysics' and the Chairman of the associated annual conferences. He has also served on advisory boards of many international conferences and events and he is currently the Elsevier Multiphysics Series Editor. He is Fellow Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, Fellow Member of The Nuclear Institute, Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Member of the Euro Mediterranean Academy of Arts and Sciences. He served as the Chairman of the Manchester Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society and he has been a member of a number of national and international scientific committees; and advisor to a few industrial and governmental bodies including the Office for Nuclear Regulations (ONR), in addition to being the lead person to devise the multiphysics competence standards for European Union. He is currently a member of the Council and the Board of Directors of NAFEMS (www.nafems.org), a board member of CSDI Foundation (www.csdi.no) and also the Vice Chairman of the Association of Aerospace Universities (www.theaau.org). He served as a member of the Board of Governors of European Nuclear Education Network and the Vice Chairman of NAFMES Multiphysics Working Group. He has been a Visiting Professor, Scientist and Senior Research Fellow at a number of institutions including Universities of Manchester (UK), Tongji (China), Kumamoto (Japan), Strathclyde (UK), King Saud (Saudi Arabia), Chester (UK), Lille (France); as well as Beijing Institute of Technology (China) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA).