His main research concerns Mechanics, Large eddy simulation, Turbulence, Classical mechanics and Boundary value problem. His research integrates issues of Helmholtz free energy and Solver in his study of Mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fluid dynamics, Turbulence modeling, Conformal map and Statistical physics.
His Turbulence modeling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Strain rate and Stress, Viscous stress tensor. His study of Open-channel flow is a part of Turbulence. Franck Nicoud has researched Classical mechanics in several fields, including Compressible flow, Mathematical analysis, Mean flow and Nonlinear system.
Franck Nicoud mainly focuses on Mechanics, Large eddy simulation, Turbulence, Boundary value problem and Combustor. His study in the fields of Flow under the domain of Mechanics overlaps with other disciplines such as Combustion chamber. His Large eddy simulation research includes elements of Acoustics, Computational fluid dynamics, Mechanical engineering, Turbine and Heat transfer.
Turbulence is frequently linked to Jet in his study. His work in Boundary value problem addresses subjects such as Applied mathematics, which are connected to disciplines such as Iterative method. His study looks at the relationship between Classical mechanics and fields such as Mach number, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Large eddy simulation, Turbulence, Flow and Computational fluid dynamics. Mechanics and Combustion chamber are two areas of study in which Franck Nicoud engages in interdisciplinary research. His Large eddy simulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Convection, Pulsatile flow and Strouhal number.
Franck Nicoud works mostly in the field of Turbulence, limiting it down to concerns involving Aerospace engineering and, occasionally, Velocity estimation. In his work, Coolant, Mechanical engineering, Engineering simulation and Voxel is strongly intertwined with Simulation, which is a subfield of Computational fluid dynamics. Franck Nicoud works mostly in the field of Solver, limiting it down to topics relating to Helmholtz free energy and, in certain cases, Boundary value problem and Applied mathematics.
Franck Nicoud mainly investigates Mechanics, Turbulence, Immersed boundary method, Stability and Finite element method. His work on Shear flow as part of general Mechanics study is frequently connected to Shear elasticity, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His study in the field of Large eddy simulation and Turbulence kinetic energy also crosses realms of Atrium.
Franck Nicoud interconnects Velocity estimation, Simulation, Inflow and Robustness in the investigation of issues within Large eddy simulation. His Finite element method study incorporates themes from Transfer function, Geometry, Compressibility, Reynolds number and Computation. His research investigates the link between Mathematical analysis and topics such as Curse of dimensionality that cross with problems in Classical mechanics.
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Subgrid-scale stress modelling based on the square of the velocity gradient tensor
Franck Nicoud;Frédéric Ducros.
Flow Turbulence and Combustion (1999)
Large-Eddy Simulation of the Shock/Turbulence Interaction
F Ducros;V Ferrand;F Nicoud;C Weber.
Journal of Computational Physics (1999)
An approach to wall modeling in large-eddy simulations
N. V. Nikitin;Franck Nicoud;B. Wasistho;K. Squires.
Physics of Fluids (2000)
Using singular values to build a subgrid-scale model for large eddy simulations
Franck Nicoud;Hubert Baya Toda;Olivier Cabrit;Sanjeeb Bose.
Physics of Fluids (2011)
Acoustic modes in combustors with complex impedances and multidimensional active flames
Franck Nicoud;Laurent Benoit;Claude Sensiau;Thierry Poinsot.
AIAA Journal (2007)
Thermoacoustic instabilities : Should the Rayleigh criterion be extended to include entropy changes?
Franck Nicoud;Thierry Poinsot.
Combustion and Flame (2005)
Conservative High-Order Finite-Difference Schemes for Low-Mach Number Flows
Journal of Computational Physics (2000)
Actual impedance of nonreflecting Boundary conditions: Implications for computation of resonators
Laurent Selle;Franck Nicoud;Thierry Poinsot.
AIAA Journal (2004)
Red cells' dynamic morphologies govern blood shear thinning under microcirculatory flow conditions
Luca Lanotte;Johannes Mauer;Simon Mendez;Dmitry A. Fedosov.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Compact finite difference schemes on non-uniform meshes. Application to direct numerical simulations of compressible flows
L. Gamet;F. Ducros;Franck Nicoud;Thierry Poinsot.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids (1999)
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