Sebastian Ketterl M.Sc.

Sebastian Ketterl M.Sc.
Professur für numerische Methoden in der Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik (Prof. Klein)
Gebäude 37, Zimmer 1165
+49 89 6004-2148
sebastian.ketterl@unibw.de

Sebastian Ketterl M.Sc.

Research Interests

  • Direct numerical and large-eddy simulation
  • Multiphase flow
  • Turbulence modeling

 

Teaching

  • Höhere Mathematik 3 (WT16, WT17)

 

Journal publications

  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2018). A simple and efficient approach for subgrid scale surface tension modelling in large-eddy simulation of interfacial flows, submitted to Computers & Fluids.
  • Klein M., Ketterl S., Kobayashi H. (2018). Regularised, parameter free scale similarity type models for large-eddy simulation, submitted to Physics of Fluids.
  • Hasslberger J., Ketterl S., Klein M., Chakraborty N. (2018). Flow topologies in primary atomization of liquid jets: A direct numerical simulation analysis, accepted in Journal of Fluid Mechanics.
  • Chakraborty N., Wacks D.H., Ketterl S., Klein M., and Im H.G. (2018). Scalar dissipation rate transport conditional on flow topologies in different regimes of premixed turbulent combustion. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2018). A band-width filtered forcing based generation of turbulent inflow data and its application to primary breakup of liquid jets. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 101, 413-432.
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2018). A-priori assessment of subgrid scale models for large-eddy simulation for multiphase primary breakup. Computers & Fluids, 165, 64-77.
  •  Klein, M., Chakraborty, N., Ketterl, S. (2017). A comparison of strategies for direct numerical simulation of turbulence chemistry interaction in generic planar turbulent premixed flames. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 99(3-4), 955-971.

 

Conference contributions

  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2019). A new approach for subgrid scale modelling of surface tension for large-eddy simulation of liquid atomization, submitted to International Conference on Multiphase Flow, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilien.
  • Ketterl S., Klein M., Kobayashi H. (2019). Analysis of regularised scale similarity type models in the context of two-phase flow with moving boundaries, submitted to Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation, Madrid, Spanien.
  • Hasslberger J., Ketterl S., Klein M. (2019). A-priori assessment of existing and novel interfacial subgrid scale closures in the two-phase flow large-eddy simulation context, submitted to Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation, Madrid, Spanien.
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2017). A-priori and a-posteriori assessment of LES subgrid models for liquid jet atomization. Tenth International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Chicago, USA
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2017). A novel turbulent inflow data generation method and its application to the simulation of primary breakup. Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation, Pisa, Italien.
  • Hasslberger J., Ketterl S., Klein M. (2017). DNS of single bubble dynamics in turbulent counterflow, Parallel CFD Conference 2017, Glasgow, Großbritannien.
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2016). A-priori DNS assessment of les subgrid models for liquid jet atomization. European Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems, Brighton, Großbritannien.
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2016). Towards large-eddy simulation of liquid jet atomization: A-priori subgrid analysis. International Conference on Multiphase Flow, Firenze, Italien.
  • Ketterl S., Klein M. (2015). Towards large-eddy simulation of liquid jet atomization: Direct numerical simulation and a-priori subgrid analysis. Multiphase Flow Conference & Short Course, Dresden, Deutschland.


 

Supervised Thesis/ Student Projects

  • A-priori Analyse von LES Feinstrukturmodellen
  • A-priori Analyse von LES Modellen zur Modellierung des Feinstrukturmassentroms
  • Simulation isotroper Turbulenz nicht-newtonischer Fluide
  • Simulation nicht-newtonischen Strahlzerfalls
  • Anwendung neuronaler Netze in der Turbulenzmodellierung
  • Large-eddy Simulation des Primärzerfalls
  • Kopplung synthetischer Turbulenz an den Gerris Strömungslöser
  • Parallelisierung eines Tropfensuchalgorithmus