Computing and Fluids – CFL
Elie Hachem, leader
Jérémie Bec (CNRS)
Patrice Laure (CNRS)
Philippe Meliga (CNRS)
Edith Peuvrel-Disdier (CNRS)
Welcome to the Computing and Fluids research group at CEMEF, Mines ParisTech.
We are interested in developing new methods and techniques to address a number of problems in engineering, physics and life sciences. We focus on massively parallel numerical methods to efficiently model processes and physical phenomena at different industrial scales. We make use of experimental techniques to complement and validate our models.
Much of our research involves Computational Mathematics and Mechanics, Mesh adaptation with error estimators, High Performance Computing, Experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) using Stabilized FEM and Variational MultiScale methods for:
- Complex and non-Newtonian fluids
- Free surface and Multiphase Flows
- Machine learning for fluid mechanics
- Phase change and Conjugate heat transfer
- Turbulence and fluid-structure interaction
- Aerodynamics, wing engineering & performance
Feel free to visit us at CFL - CEMEF or to contact us if you have questions.
"CEMEF combines strong scientific expertise in experimentation, modelling and numerics on industrial projects. It is this multidisciplinarity that motivated me to join the centre."
Aurélien LARCHER, Professor-Researcher