School of Chemical Engineering, 8th semester; 2012
High-performance computational analysis of realistic transport problems – momentum, heat and mass transport – with the finite element discretization method in two- and three-dimensional domains. Connection of discretization methods of partial differential equations with iterative solvers of linear algebraic equation sets – method of Generalized Minimal Residuals (GMRES). Nonlinear analysis methods for investigating the effect of parameters on the solutions of the equations and on the design of the corresponding processes.
Code development for parallel processing in the high-performance computer cluster Pegasus of the NTUA Chemical Engineering School.
Computational laboratory co-instructor: Dr. A. Spyropoulos