Our Near- and Far-Flung Collaborators
- Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Mechanik (Prof. Josef Ballmann) whose work in the area of aeroelasticity is being continued at CATS.
- CFD Developer
Lots of information about tools and techniques used at CATS can still be found at the Developer site, archived from Rice University.
- CATS Publications
Light reading for more in-depth info on applications and methods listed above.
- DFG GSC 111 Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science Coordination
- DFG EXC 128 Aachen House of Production TP A-2.1
- DFG SFB 401 Transfer Project ASDMAD
- DFG SFB-TR 40 Fundamental Technologies for the Development of Future Space-Transport-System Components TP D1
- DFG GRK 1095 Aerothermodynamic Design of Scramjet Propulsion for Future Space Transport Systems TP A7, A8
- DFG SPP 1273 Colloidal Process Technology
- DFG Computation of Die Swell Behind a Complex Profile Extrusion Die Using a Stabilized Finite Element Method for Various Thermoplastic Polymers
- RWTH-FZJ-Technion Umbrella Cooperation: Modelling and Simulation of Flow-Structure Interaction and Vortex-Induced Vibration of Free and Elastically Constrained Spheroid and Elliptical Rigid Bodies in Steady Flow
- BMU Improved Prediction of Efficiency and Reliability of Large Wind Turbines Using Aeroelastic Simulations
- MicroMed Cardiovascular, Inc.
- JARA-SIM: Towards a Computational Model of Blood Flow in the Left Human Heart, Aorta and Connecting Vessels (2008–2010)
- DFG SPP 1253 Optimization with Partial Differential Equations (2006–2010)
- MUNA: Management and Minimization of Uncertainties in Computational Aerodynamics (2006–2010)
- DFG SFB 540 Model-based Experimental Analysis of Kinetic Phenomena in Fluid Multi-phase Reactive Systems TP A9 (2005–2009)
- DFG SFB 401 Modulation of Flow and Fluid-Structure Interaction at Airplane Wings TP A3, B1, B3 (2004–2008)
- NSF ITR: Novel Finite Element Techniques for Modeling of Flows of Microstructured Liquids in Complex Geometries with Free Surfaces (2003–2006)
- NSF MRI: Acquisition of a Parallel Computing Facility for Computational Engineering (2001–2004)