The Numerical Fluid Dynamics Group (gfn) is a research group at the University of Zaragoza (Spain).
At gfn we conduct research on numerical modeling of fluid flow and on energy.
CFD models – Development of numerical models for the simulation of fluid flow, heat transfer, chemical reactions
Flow research – Computer simulation of industrial and environmental flows
Renewable energies – Analysis of the potential and cost of renewable energies
National energy systems – Energy balances; supply and demand forecasts; energy affordability, security and sustainability
Computer simulation of industrial and environmental flows
Development of numerical models for the simulation of fluid flow, heat transfer, chemical reactions
Analysis of the potential, cost and impacts of renewable energies
National Energy Systems
Energy balances; supply and demand forecasts; energy affordability, security and sustainability
GFN's Norberto Fueyo will attend a meeting to celebrate the life and achievements of Professor Brian Spalding FRS. Norberto will evoke Brian's visionary approaches to turbulent combustion modelling, in his talk "Few Painters Invent New [...]
GFN will present at the 6th OpenFOAM workshop their work on the development of Eulerian-Eulerian multiphase solvers for OpenFOAM. The contribution Development of a consistent and conservative Eulerian-Eulerian algorithm for multiphase flows by Ana Cubero, [...]
GFN's Antonio Gómez will present our work on the energy system of El Salvador at the 5th Latin-American Energy Economics Conference in Medellín, Colombia. The Plan for the Expansion of power Generation 2014-2024 of the [...]
The Numerical Fluid Dynamics group, together with BSH Electrodomésticos and other research groups, has obtained funding from the Spanish Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad to advise BSH on clean and safe combustion technologies for domestic, [...]