PD Dr. Yan Jin
Eissendorfer Str. 38, bulding O, Room 3.019
Telephone +49 40 42878-4644
E-Mail: PD Dr. Jan Yin.
Turbulence modelling, simulation, and control
A turbulence model with high accuracy and low computational cost, see Jin (2019), has been developed through the DFG-Heisenberg program (299562371). The developed turbulence model has higher accuracy than classic LES and RANS models when the same mesh resolution is used. It is particularly suitable for simulating complex turbulent flows in industry, e.g., flows in turbomachinery (Jin 2020), see Fig. 1. We are also interested in the techniques of controlling turbulence and reducing the corresponding irreversible losses, see Jin & Herwig (2014) and Li, et al. (2021) as examples.
Convection in porous media
Porous media are an important material in nature and industry. Convection in porous media receives a lot of attentions in recent years with the emergence of some new engineering applications, e.g., long term storage of CO2 in deep saline aquifers, thermal energy storage systems using stones/bricks as storage materials, etc. Based on deep investigation of physics, we try to develop efficient and accurate macroscopic models for predicting losses and heat/mass transfer rate in porous media (Fig. 2), see details in Jin, et al. (2015; 2017), Uth, et al. (2016), Kranzien & Jin (2018), Rao, et al. (2020) and Gasow, et al. (2020) for the details of this research. This research is funded by the DFG (408356608).
Flows in biological and physiological processes
Bio-fluid mechanics is an interdisciplinary study which is located at the interface of fluid mechanics and biology. This is a new and promising research field. We are studying the digestion process in human-stomach using a CFD method, see Li & Jin (2021). We have also investigated the “Magenstrasse” based on the numerical results (Fig. 3), see Li, et al. (2021). This research is funded by the Chinese Scholar Council (CSC). In another research topic, we are investigating the flow and particle transportation in a human’s respiratory system (Fig. 4).
|Title: Parameter extension simulation of turbulent flows in a compressor cascade with a high Reynolds number.|
|Written by: Jin, Y.|
|in: <em>ASME Turbo Expo 2020: Turbomachinery Technical Conference and Exposition</em>. (2020).|
Abstract: The turbulent flow in a compressor cascade is calculated by using a new simulation method, i.e., parameter extension simulation (PES). It is defined as the calculation of a turbulent flow with the help of a reference solution. A special large-eddy simulation (LES) method is developed to calculate the reference solution for PES. Then, the reference solution is extended to approximate the exact solution for the Navier-Stokes equations. The Richardson extrapolation is used to estimate the model error. The compressor cascade is made of NACA0065-009 airfoils. The Reynolds number 3.82 × 10^5 and the attack angles -2° to 7° are accounted for in the study. The effects of the end-walls, attack angle, and tripping bands on the flow are analyzed. The PES results are compared with the experimental data as well as the LES results using the Smagorinsky, k-equation and WALE subgrid models. The numerical results show that the PES requires a lower mesh resolution than the other LES methods. The details of the flow field including the laminar-turbulence transition can be directly captured from the PES results without introducing any additional model. These characteristics make the PES a potential method for simulating flows in turbomachinery with high Reynolds numbers.