CFD Research Laboratory


Mechanical Engineering (Simulation and Design)
Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering
TGGS, KMUTNB


Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a multidisciplinary research area. CFD can be used to simulate the fluid flow with heat and mass transfer. CFD is composed of 2 main parts: a CFD code and physical modeling.

Pressure contour on the sphere surface simulated by CFD research lab’s in-house CFD code and displayed by PARAVIEW freeware (flow from left to right).

CFD research in MESD at TGGS is emphasized on both the CFD code development and the complex- and challenging-flow modeling. A series of in-house CFD codes for unsteady three-dimensional incompressible laminar, transitional & turbulent flows has been developed based on the finite-volume method using both unstructured and structured meshes and powered by MTEC [1]. Transitional flow is a challenging topic for mathematical and physical modeling. A new \gamma-k_{L} transition model has been developed to successfully simulate the natural transition [2] and the bypass transition [3] & [4].

References (selected):

[1] MTEC Annual Report (2013), National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), A member of National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, pp. 40-41.
[2] Juntasaro, E., Ngiamsoongnirn, K., and Juntasaro, V. (2013) “A New Intermittency Transport Equation for Natural Transition,” ASCHT0014-T01-1-paper, The 4th Asian Symposium on Computational Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow (ASCHT’13), Hong Kong, China, 3-6 June 2013.
[3] Juntasaro, E., Ngiamsoongnirn, K., and Juntasaro, V. (2013) “A New Intermittency Transport Equation for Bypass Transition,” TRAC-paper, The 8th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP-8), Poitiers, France, 28-30 August 2013.
[4] Juntasaro, E., and Ngiamsoongnirn, K. (2014) “A new physics-based \gamma-k_{L} transition model,” International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, DOI: 10.1080/10618562.2014.921681.

Contact us:

Associate Professor Dr. Ekachai Juntasaro
E-mail: ekachai.j.mesd@tggs-bangkok.org
Tel: +66 89 8971657