Wind Turbines in WTC Manama, Bahrain: Grid Construction
Tradition of Bosnia and Herzgovina is various, in many fields of our society and life – this tradition reaches also the science and technology – especially in Computational Fluid Mechanics – the CFD, where distinguished Bosnian-Herzegovinian engineers, scientists and University-professors contributed to the shaping of this fine and modern engineering tool. Ever since the late 1960-ties and beginning of the 1970-ties it was obvious to the protagonists – that this aproach in Fluid Mechanics will prevale in certain scientific-engineering investigations where forecast of the flow behaviour and costs of the engineering endevour would play an emminent role. Real space of interest – “computational domain” is in a CFD-approach divided into a definite number of cells, where sophisticated mathematic interpretations of the flow-phenomena (physical laws of conservation) are “translated” into a powerful software in order to perform computational tasks and offer solutions for tasks in a combustion and radiation, in a turbulence or in a “simple” laminar flow. And while between mid 1980-s and mid ´90-s, hardware sources supported computational domains of a few thousands cells – today´s modern hardware-capacities are “hosting” the computational domains of several million cells – giving the sollutions for flow-problems in Energy-Technology (for tidal turbines), or Traffic Security (sub-space ventilation), for renewable energy and energy-efficiency or even in sport-technology (for nordic ski-jumps).
|A CFD-observation of the thermal zones between 2nd and 3rd second within established Flare-Stack fire
||Induced temperature load by accidental-fire using the longitudinal ventilation: CFD-observations in 25th second, Tunnel "Vranduk 2"