James McNaughton

PhD Student, University of Manchester

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Research Interests:
  • CFD of a marine turbine
  • Interface of non-conforming meshes
  • Rotating meshes
  • Turbulence models in a rotating reference frame

Contact Details:
home: W2 Student Village, George Begg,
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mail: james.mcnaughton[AT]postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
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Research Publications: Research Publications:

paper CFD prediction of turbulent flow on an experimental tidal stream turbine using RANS modelling, James McNaughton , Stefano Rolfo, David Apsley, Imran Afgan, Peter Stansby, Tim Stallard, 1st Asisan Wave and Tidal Energy Conference, Jeju Island, South Korea, (2012)

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

book Turbulence modelling in the near-field of an axial flow turbine using Code_Saturne, James McNaughton , PhD Thesis, University of Manchester, (2013)
book Turbulence modelling in the near-field of an axial flow tidal turbine in Code Saturne, James McNaughton , 1st Year PhD Report, University of Manchester, (2010)
book Turbulence modelling in the near-field of an axial flow tidal turbine in Code Saturne - 1st year report, James McNaughton , 1st Year PhD Report, University of Manchester, (2010)
book Laboratory modelling of open channel flow past emergent vegetation, James McNaughton, MSc Dissertation, University of Manchester, (2009)

Presentations: Presentations:

ppt Turbulence modelling in the near-field of an axial flow tidal turbine in Code Saturne - 1st year report summary, CFDTM Weekly meeting 27th October, (Oct 2010)


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