|| MAM0520 |
|| COMPUTATIONAL RHEOLOGY |
|| 2003/2004 |
|| Professor Tim Phillips |
|| Semester 2 |
| Course delivery
|| Lecture || 7 x 1 hour lectures |
|| Practical || 8 x 3 hour practicals |
|Assessment Type||Assessment Length/Details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment|| Practical Report: written practical reports (80%); oral examination (20%)||100%|
|Supplementary Assessment|| Practical reports||100%|
On completion of this module, students should be able to:
Generate a computational mesh for a given flow problem.
Use numerical software for solving complex viscoelastic flow problems.
Display numerical results using graphics libraries.
Make comparisons with experimental observations.
This module introduces numerical software for solving problems in computational rheology. Students will gain experience in using commercially developed software for simulating flows of real fluids through complex geometries. Mesh generation, choice of material parameters, boundary condition specification and analysis and interpretation of the numerical results will be explored.
This module will provide students with experience of using commercially developed numerical software for solving complex viscoelastic flow problems. Comparisons with experimental observations will be performed where relevant.
** Recommended Text
R. G. Owens and T. N. Phillips (2002) Computational Rheology
Imperial College Press 1860941869
H. A. Barnes, J. Hutton and K. Walters (1989) An introduction to rheology
M. J. Crochet, A. R. Davies and K. Walters (1984) Numerical simulation of non-Newtonian flow
R. I. Tanner (2000) Engineering rheology
2nd Ed. Oxford University Press 0198564732
This module is at CQFW Level 7