Computational Fluid Dynamics

The CFD software platform offers numerical simulation capabilities of multi-physics fluid flows, thanks to a Lattice-Boltzmann (LBM) approach developed in the M2P2 laboratory in partnership with a public/private consortium. The platform allows to perform high performance simulations in different fields of fluid mechanics such as aerodynamics (incompressible and compressible), heat transfer, fluid structure interaction and combustion. These fields are related to aeronautical, automotive, biomedical, nuclear and urban planning sectors.


Head of the plateform : Jérôme JACOB
Localization : Technopôle de Château Gombert


ProLB Software


Fluid mechanics; Aerodynamics; Aeroacoustics; Aerothermics; Urban aerology; Air quality; Ffluid structure interaction; Biological flows; Combustion; Energy