Code_Saturne solves the Navier-Stokes equations for 2D, 2D-axisymmetric and 3D flows, steady or unsteady, laminar or turbulent, incompressible or weakly dilatable, isothermal or not, with scalars transport if required. Several turbulence models are available, from Reynolds-Averaged models to Large-Eddy Simulation models. In addition, a number of specific physical models are also available as ”modules”: gas, coal and heavy-fuel oil combustion, semi-transparent radiative transfer, particle-tracking with Lagrangian modeling, Joule effect, electrics arcs, weakly compressible flows, atmospheric flows, rotor/stator interaction for hydraulic machines.

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  1. Wang, Yong; Zhong, Chengwen; Cao, Jun; Zhuo, Congshan; Liu, Sha: A simplified finite volume lattice Boltzmann method for simulations of fluid flows from laminar to turbulent regime. II: Extension towards turbulent flow simulation (2020)
  2. Hammond, Janelle K.; Chakir, R.; Bourquin, F.; Maday, Y.: PBDW: a non-intrusive reduced basis data assimilation method and its application to an urban dispersion modeling framework (2019)
  3. Bonelle, Jérôme; Fournier, Yvan; Moulinec, Charles: New polyhedral discretisation methods applied to the Richards equation: CDO schemes in \textitCode_Saturne (2018)
  4. Jeannot, Emmanuel; Fournier, Yvan; Lorendeau, Benjamin: Experimenting task-based runtimes on a legacy computational fluid dynamics code with unstructured meshes (2018)
  5. Slama, Myriam; Leblond, Cédric; Sagaut, Pierre: A Kriging-based elliptic extended anisotropic model for the turbulent boundary layer wall pressure spectrum (2018)
  6. Coquel, Frédéric; Hérard, Jean-Marc; Saleh, Khaled: A positive and entropy-satisfying finite volume scheme for the Baer-Nunziato model (2017)
  7. Gilbert, Denis; Mortazavi, Iraj; Piller, Olivier; Ung, Hervé: Low dimensional modeling of double T-junctions in water distribution networks using Kriging interpolation and Delaunay triangulation (2017)
  8. Komen, E. M. J.; Camilo, L. H.; Shams, A.; Geurts, B. J.; Koren, B.: A quantification method for numerical dissipation in quasi-DNS and under-resolved DNS, and effects of numerical dissipation in quasi-DNS and under-resolved DNS of turbulent channel flows (2017)
  9. Vogeltanz, Tomáš: A survey of free software for the design, analysis, modelling, and simulation of an unmanned aerial vehicle (2016)
  10. Casoni, E.; Jérusalem, A.; Samaniego, C.; Eguzkitza, B.; Lafortune, P.; Tjahjanto, D. D.; Sáez, X.; Houzeaux, G.; Vázquez, M.: Alya: computational solid mechanics for supercomputers (2015)
  11. Friess, Ch.; Manceau, R.; Gatski, T. B.: Toward an equivalence criterion for hybrid RANS/LES methods (2015)
  12. Jones, Adam; Utyuzhnikov, Sergey: Application of a near-wall domain decomposition method to turbulent flows with heat transfer (2015)
  13. Ribés, Alejandro; Lorendeau, Benjamin; Jomier, Julien; Fournier, Yvan: In-situ visualization in computational fluid dynamics using open-source tools: Integration of Catalyst into \textitCode_Saturne (2015)
  14. Tallet, A.; Allery, C.; Leblond, C.; Liberge, E.: A minimum residual projection to build coupled velocity-pressure POD-ROM for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (2015)
  15. Ferrand, Martin; Fontaine, Jacques; Angelini, Ophélie: An anisotropic diffusion finite volume algorithm using a small stencil (2014)
  16. Khelifi, S. Chaabane; Méchitoua, N.; Hülsemann, F.; Magoulès, F.: A hybrid multigrid method for convection-diffusion problems (2014)
  17. Leroy, A.; Violeau, D.; Ferrand, M.; Kassiotis, C.: Unified semi-analytical wall boundary conditions applied to 2-D incompressible SPH (2014)
  18. Violeau, Damien; Leroy, Agnès: On the maximum time step in weakly compressible SPH (2014)
  19. Dehoux, Frederic; Lecocq, Yannick; Benhamadouche, Sofiane; Manceau, Remi; Brizzi, Laurent-Emmanuel: Algebraic modeling of the turbulent heat fluxes using the elliptic blending approach -- application to forced and mixed convection regimes (2012)
  20. Dutykh, Denys; Poncet, Raphaël; Dias, Frédéric: The VOLNA code for the numerical modeling of tsunami waves: generation, propagation and inundation (2011)

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