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Registration fees :
The public fees for all the CERFACS training sessions are 400 euros per day.
For people from CNRS, INRIA and for CERFACS shareholders, fees amount to 200 euros.
For students, fees are 70 euros per day.
The registration fees include course materials, breakfast for your first day, lunch and two coffee breaks per day.

** The code coupling training session with OASIS” has a special fee as it is performed by a CNRS researcher and can benefit from european projects.
Pre-registration :
The training sessions dates will be confirmed at least 3 months before they start. A minimum number of 4 people is requested to maintain the sessions.
To register in a training session, please fill in the above form.

You will receive a registration form by return of mail. You are requested to sign it and be approved by a supervisor in order to be fully registered.

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In accordance with the “Data Protection Act” of 6 January 1978 amended in 2004 and referring to Regulation No 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (General Data Protection Regulations – “GDR”), you have the right to access and rectify information concerning you.

You can exercise your rights by contacting the CERFACS IT department at the following address: dpo@cerfacs.fr You may also, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of your personal data.

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For any request or further information, please contact :

CERFACS Training

42, avenue Gaspard Coriolis
31057 Toulouse Cédex 1

France
Tel. : +33 (0)5 61 19 30 05
Fax : +33 (0)5 61 19 30 30

Mail : please use our contact form.

 

 

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First 360-degrees Large-Eddy Simulation of a full engine

Jérôme DOMBARD |  17 June 2020

Within the PRACE project FULLEST (First fUlL engine computation with Large Eddy SimulaTion), a joint collaboration between CERFACS, SAFRAN and AKIRA technologies, Dr. C. Pérez Arroyo (post doctoral fellow at CERFACS) has carried out under the supervision of Dr. J. Dombard the first high-fidelity simulation of a part of the real engine DGEN380 (for now, from the fan to the combustion chamber). This 360-degrees integrated large-eddy simulation contains around two billion cells on the three instances, carried out with the AVBP code of CERFACS.  The CPU cost is obviously large but still within reach, performing around one turn of fan during 5 days over 14400 skylake cores. Post-treatments are in progress and already show, among other complex phenomena, a strong interaction between the high pressure compressor and the combustion chamber (see forthcoming paper GT2020-16288 C. Pérez Arroyo et al). Below a video showing: in the fan an isosurface at mid-height of the vein colored by the Mach number, in the high pressure compressor a gradient of density, in the bypass of the combustion chamber the static pressure and in the flame tube a temperature field. One of the goals of the project is to create a high-fidelity unsteady database to study interactions between modules and may help other teams to develop new lower order models and/or validate existing ones. Beyond the feasibility and the maturity of the AVBP code, this kind of calculation is an important milestone for the aeronautical industry and would allow to apprehend earlier in the design the effect of integration and installation and thus, to reduce the cycle and therefore the cost of the future aircraft engines. PRACE and GENCI CPU ressources and Safran Tech/DGAC fundings are gratefully acknowledged, along with the invaluable technical support at CERFACS: Dr. G. Staffelbach, Dr. F. Duchaine, Dr. L. Gicquel, Dr....Read more


B. Cuenot distinguished as Program Chair of international Symposium on Combustion

superadmin |  29 May 2020

B. Cuenot has been distinguished as Program Chair for the 39th International Symposium on Combustion, to be held in Vancouver (Canada) in 2022. The International Symposium on Combustion is a major event for the combustion community, where the current best research is presented.Read more

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