My master thesis work surrounded Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) of viscous, turbulent

flow applying Large Eddy Simulation (LES) together with the Navier Stokes equations.

Current development is done through the Oasis project, an open source, high level Navier Stokes solver in Python

applying Finite Elements through FEniCS. The package is developed by my supervisor and associate professor

Mikael Mortensen, and Kristian Valen Sendstad. As of now the LES models included are:

- The Smagorinsky model

- The WALE model

- The One Equation Kinetic SGS-energy model

- The Dynamic Smagorinsky Model applying Lagrangian Averaging

- The Scale Dependent Dynamic Smagorinsky model applying Lagrangian Averaging

- The Static and Dynamic Sigma models by Toda et al.

Results may be found in my master's thesis, available here. I also got an article published during the work with my master's degree:

Bø, Joakim; Bergersen, Aslak Wigdahl; Valen-Sendstad, Kristian & Mortensen, Mikael (2015).

In Bjørn Helge Skallerud & Helge Ingolf Andersson (ed.),

International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE). ISBN 97884944244-96. Kapittel 7. s. 99 - 122

Previous courses:

MEK4470 - Computational Fluid Mechanics

INF5650 - Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations II

MEK4300 - Viscous Flow and Turbulence

MEK4100 - Mathematical Methods in Mechanics

MEK4450 - Offshore Technology

INF5620 - Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations I

MAT1100 - Calculus

MAT-INF1100 - Modelling and Computations

INF1100 - Introduction to Programming With Scientific Applications (Python)

FYS-MEK1110 - Mechanics

INF1010 - Object Oriented Programming (Java)

MAT1110 - Calculus and Linear Algebra

MAT1120 - Linear Algebra

MEK2500 - Solid Mechanics

MEK1100 - Field Theory / Vector Calculus

MEK3230 - Fluid Mechanics

INF-MAT2351 - Numerical Calculations

MAT2440 - Differential Equations and Optimal Control Theory

MAT2410 - Complex Analysis

MEK3500 - Construction Mechanics

MEK3220 - Continuum Mechanics

STK1100 - Probability and Statistical Modelling

INF-MAT3360 - Partial Differential Equations

EXPHIL03 - Examen Philosophicum