Adjoint-based geometry optimisation with applications to automotive fuel injector nozzles

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Petropoulou, S.;
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Methods of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) have matured, over the last 30 years, to a stage where it is possible to gain substantial insight into fluid flow processes of engineering relevance. However, the motives of fluid dynamic engineers typically go well beyond t... View more
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