Paper published “Assessment of turbulence models for the simulation of the flow through a megawatt scale wind turbine rotor” – EPTT2022

Neste paper são apresentadas simulações de Blade-resolved para o rotor da Turbina Teórica da NREL de 5MW, onde através de uma modelagem de CFD utilizando o OpenFOAM, realizou-se uma comparação entre dois dos mais recomendados modelos de turbulência utilizados na modelagem deste tipo de escoamento, com o objetivo de permitir computar as forças aerodinâmicas atuando[…]

Paper published in Physical Review Fluids

We are happy to share that the paper in collaboration with Bruno Carmo and Daiane Dolci has just been published in Physical Review Fluids. Take a look at the main findings of our paper: We present a method to calculate the sensitivity of the two least stable eigenvalues concerning an external forcing added in a[…]

1º Congresso Brasileiro de CCS

Dê visibilidade à sua pesquisa apresentando seu trabalho a empresas, representantes do governo, mídia e universidades no 1º Congresso Brasileiro de CCS, que será realizado virtualmente no dia 20 de setembro. Envie um resumo de até 2 páginas até dia 22 de agosto para apresentação online gravada no evento! Acesse as instruções através do link: https://www.congressobrasileiro.ccsbr.com.br/about-4-1

Paper published in the open access journal Wind MDPI

Recently a paper has been published in the open access journal Wind MDPI, about the environmental impact and life cycle assessment of a deep water floating offshore wind turbine. In the study, we assume the turbine would be used to partly decarbonize an oil & gas production system located at the Brazilian continental shelf (Santos[…]

Paper published by Geoscientific Model Development

We are proud to announce that the paper in collaboration with Daiane Dolci, Felipe Silva, Pedro Peixoto, and Ernani Volpe has just been published in Geoscientific Model Development. This paper is a result of our research inside the STMI (Software Technologies for Modelling and Inversion), which is a project of the Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Innovation (RCGI).[…]

Artigo publicado: “Enhanced control of the turbulent flow past a circular cylinder with rotating rods inspired by an inviscid solution”

What if you could control the highly disorganised and chaotic 3D turbulent flow that is formed after it goes past a bluff structure and could possibly lead it progressively into a 2D configuration and, for sufficient rotation speeds, eventually eliminate the randomness of the eddies to achieve a smooth flow? The PhD researcher Icaro Carvalho and Professor Gustavo Assi[…]

Article published by journal Physics of Fluids: The stability of wakes of floating wind turbines

Have you ever wondered how the motion of a floating platform may affect the wake of a wind turbine mounted on top of it? We are proud to announce that a paper featuring a collaboration between Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica – ITA and Universidade de São Paulo on the study of the stability of wakes of[…]

Paper published on Energy Journal from Elsevier

New publication by wind energy team members of our group, Marielle de Oliveira, Rodolfo Curci Puraca and Bruno Carmo. Blade-resolved numerical simulations of the NREL offshore 5 MW baseline wind turbine in full scale: A study of proper solver configuration and discretization strategies This paper presents a blade-resolved numerical investigation of the NREL 5 MW baseline wind turbine for[…]

Article published by Artificial Organs

LEMOS, Bernardo Luiz Harry Diniz; BORTOLIN, Vitor Augusto Andreghetto; AMARAL, Rodrigo de Lima; MAZZETTO, Marcelo; CESTARI, Idágene Aparecida; MENEGHINI, Julio Romano. Effect of the bileaflet inlet valve angle on the flow of a pediatric ventricular assist device: Experimental analysis Mechanical heart valves (MHV) and its fluid dynamics inside a pulsatile pediatric ventricular assist device (PVAD)[…]

New book chapter published by Springer

Thierry Caique Lima Magalhães, Gabriel Romualdo de Azevedo, Ivanilto Andreolli, and Jorge Luis Baliño Offshore oil production systems are designed to operate in a steady-state regime; however, it is possible that this condition does not exist. Since 2006, contributions have been made in the area of stability of multiphase flow. Traditionally, isothermal flow was considered.[…]