CSC-funded research projects
PDE-based parameterization method in Isogeometric Analysis and its application in twin-screw rotary compressors
Rotary-type positive displacement machines (PDMs) are widely used in industry to produce high-pressure air and gases. A recent trend is screw compressors with variable pitch and/or variable rotor profiles, which enable such performance improvements. The core idea is to vary the pitch angle and/or the rotor profile from the inlet to the outlet either in discrete segments or continuously. The goal of this two-years project is to develop volumetric parametrization methods for twin-screw rotary compressors using Isogeometric Analysis.
- Ye Ji, Kewang Chen, Matthias Möller, and Cornelis Vuik. On an improved PDE-based elliptic parameterization method for isogeometric analysis using preconditioned Anderson acceleration. Computer Aided Geometric Design, 102:102191, 2023. [ DOI ]
- Ye Ji and Matthias Möller. Mesh generation for twin-screw compressors by spline-based parameterization using preconditioned Anderson acceleration, 2023. Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems.