Sports and Building Aerodynamics

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40 h
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  • Sur www.coursera.org
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  • Accès libre
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  • Niveau Intermédiaire

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Détails du cours

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Thisis a six-week course with the following contents:

Week1: Basicaspects of fluid flow

  1. Fluid properties - part 1 (velocity, pressure, temperature)
  2. Fluid properties - part 2 (density)
  3. Fluid properties - part 3 (viscosity)
  4. Flow properties - part 1
  5. Flow properties - part 2
  6. Fluid statics, kinematics, dynamics
  7. Boundary layers - part 1
  8. Boundary layers - part 2
  9. Boundary layers - part 3
  10. The atmospheric boundary layer

Week2:  Wind-tunnel testing

  1. Why wind-tunnel testing?
  2. Wind-tunnel types and applications
  3. The atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnel
  4. Wind-tunnel components
  5. Measurements and flow visualization
  6. Similarity and flow quality
  7. Best practice guidelines

Week3: Computational Fluid Dynamics

  1. ComputationalFluid Dynamics: what, why and how?
  2. Approximateforms of the Navier-Stokesequations
  3. Turbulencemodeling
  4. Someaspects of discretization
  5. Near-wallmodeling
  6. Errorsand uncertainty, verification and validation
  7. Bestpractice guidelines
  8. ComputationalWindEngineering – Part 1
  9. ComputationalWind Engineering – Part 2

Week4:  Building aerodynamics

  1. Windflow around buildings – part 1
  2. Windflow around buildings – part 2
  3. Pedestrian-levelwind conditions around buildings – part 1
  4. Pedestrian-levelwind conditions around buildings – part 2
  5. Pedestrian-levelwind conditions around buildings – part 3
  6. Naturalventilation of buildings
  7. Wind-drivenrain on building facades – part 1
  8. Wind-drivenrain on building facades – part 2
  9. Windenergy in the built environment – part 1
  10. Windenergy in the built environment – part 2

Week5: 100 m sprint aerodynamics

  1. Why study sprint aerodynamics?
  2. Mathematical-physical model of running
  3. Wind effects
  4. Altitude effects
  5. Stadium aerodynamics and sprint records
  6. Interview with a professional athletics coach

Week6:  Cycling aerodynamics

  1. Whystudy cycling aerodynamics?
  2. Wind-tunneltesting for a single cyclist – Part 1
  3. Wind-tunneltesting for a single cyclist – Part 2
  4. CFDsimulations for a single cyclist
  5. Aerodynamicsof two drafting cyclists
  6. Aerodynamicsof drafting cyclist groups
  7. Aerodynamics of car-cyclist combinations
  8. Interview  with professional cycling coaches from teams Belkin and RaboLiv

Prérequis

Aucun.

Intervenants

Bert Blocken
Professor dr.ir.
Department of the Built Environment

Éditeur

Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is a research-driven, design-oriented university of technology with a strong international focus. The university was founded in 1956, and has around 8,500 students and 3,000 staff. TU/e has defined strategic areas focusing on the societal challenges in Energy, Health and Smart Mobility. The Brainport Eindhoven region is one of world’s smartest; it won the title Intelligent Community of the Year 2011.

Plateforme

Coursera est une entreprise numérique proposant des formations en ligne ouverte à tous fondée par les professeurs d'informatique Andrew Ng et Daphne Koller de l'université Stanford, située à Mountain View, Californie.

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