Dalila Ammour

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Nuclear Engineering
Turbulent flows, Buoyant flows
Heat transfer and Natural convection
Turbulence Modelling (URANS, Wall functions and LES)


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School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
The University of Manchester
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Manchester M60 1QD

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Research Publications: Research Publications:

paper Computation of Turbulent Natural Convection Flow Inside Horizontal Cylindrical Penetration Enclosure Using URANS and LES Approches (ABSTRACT), D. Ammour, T. J Craft and H. Iacovides, THMT (7th International Symposium on Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer) 2012, September 24-27, (2012)
paper Model Validation for Buoyancy Driven Flows Inside 2-D Differentially-Heated Cavities., D. Ammour, T. J. Craft, H. Iacovides, UKHTC (UK Heat Transfer Conference) 2011. Leeds, UK., (2011)
paper LES and URANS Numerical Analysis of Turbulent Natural Convection Flow Inside 3-D Rectangular Tilted Differentially Heated Cavities (ABSTRACT), D. Ammour, T. J. Craft, H. Iacovides, ETMM9 (9th International ERCOFTAC Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Measurements) 2011, 6-8 June 2011. Thessaloniki, Greece., (2011)
paper LES and URANS Numerical Analysis of Turbulent natural Convection Flow Inside 3-D Rectangular Tilted Differentially-Heated Cavities (POSTER), D. Ammour, T.J. Craft, H. Iacovides, PGR 2011, (2011)
paper The Validation of Code_Saturne for Buoyancy-Driven Flows In Differentially-Heated Cavities (POSTER), D. Ammour, T. J. Craft, H. Iacovides, PGR 2010. Manchester, UK., (2010)
paper LES and URANS Computations of Buoyancy-driven Flows Inside Differentially Heated Cavities (POSTER), D. Ammour, T. J. Craft, H. Iacovides, Annual Code_Saturne Meeting, (2010)
paper Experimental and Numerical Studies of In-line Tube Bundles (POSTER), D. Ammour, L. Adjlout, T. Yahiaoui, Code_Saturne User's Meeting. EDF. Paris, FRANCE, (2008)
paper Numerical Simulation Across In-Line Tube Bundle Using The URANS Approach., D. Ammour, Y, Addad, L. Adjlout, 13th International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering AMME-13. Ministry of Defense Military Technical College Kobry Elkobbah. Cairo, EGYPT., (2007)
paper Investigation of Aerodynamic Profiles, D. Ammour, L. Adjlout, Military School E.M.P, Algiers, ALGERIA, (2005)

Theses, Dissertations and Technical Reports: Theses, Dissertations and Technical Reports:

book Highly Resolved LES and Tests of The Effectiveness of Different URANS Models for The Computation of Challenging Natural Convection Cases, Dalila Ammour, PhD Thesis, The University of Manchester. School of M.A.C.E., (2013)
book LES and URANS Computations of Buoyancy-Driven Flow Inside 3-D Tilted Differentially-Heated Cavities and The Horizontal Penetration Cavity., Dalila Ammour, 1st Year PhD Report, School of M.A.C.E. The University of Manchester, (2011)
book LES and URANS Computations of Buoyancy-Driven Flow in Vertical and Inclined Differentially-Heated Cavities., Dalila Ammour, 1st Year PhD Report, School of M.A.C.E. The University of Manchester, (2010)
book Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flow Across In-Line Tube Bundles Using URANS Models and the DES Approach. , Dalila Ammour, MSc Dissertation, Univerisity Of U.S.T.ORAN-MB and The University of Manchester. TEMPUS Joint European Project., (2007)
book Calibration of the TE44 Subsonic Wind Tunnel and Tests on Different Aerodynamics Profiles., Dalila Ammour, MEng Dissertation, University of Science and Technology U.S.T.ORAN-MB. Marine Engineering Departement. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, (2005)

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