ENSCBP – I2M
16, av. Pey-Berland
33607 Pessac CEDEX, France
+33 5 40 00 66 89
- Associate Professor at I2M and ENSEIRB-MATMECA, since Sept. 2015:
- Fluid mechanics and Numerical methods ; specialized in multiphase flows, interfaces dynamic and tracking, level set method, contact line dynamic
- Project: development of the Notus CFD code
- Teaching: multiphase flows, numerical methods, CFD Industrial codes, scientific computing
- Head of the Fluid Mechanics team of the TREFLE/I2M department
- Head of the Fluid and Energy specialty of the Matmeca department.
- Post-doc. at I2M, Apr. 2014 – Aug. 2015:
- PhD. candidate at Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann, Grenoble, Sept. 2004 – Nov. 2008
- Assistant Professor at ENSIMAG and Université Joseph Fourier
- Ocean waves damping by rain drops
- Surface tension driven flows and contact line dynamic
- Incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
- Multiphase flow, surface tension, contact line
- Interfaces (reconstruction, transport, phase change, etc.)
- Level set methods
- Closest point methods
- Coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian methods
- Interpolation and high-order schemes
- High Performance Computing
- Team, project and budget management
- Partnerships and negociation
- Applied mathematics: finite differences, level set methods, high-order methods, high-performance computing
- Mechanics: fluid mechanics, multiphase flow, surface tension
- Programming languages: Fortran 2008, C++, C, Bash, MPI
- Scientific software: Notus, Fluent, VisIt, Tecplot
- Operating systems: GNU/Linux (Gentoo, Arch Linux, Debian, Ubuntu), Windows
- Software programming: architecture, V&V
Papers (my Research Gate page)
- Thanh – Nhan Le, Mathieu Coquerelle, Stéphane Glockner. Numerical simulation of moving contact line in wetting phenomena using the Generalized Navier Boundary Condition. Congrès Français de Mécanique (CFM) 2019. (pdf)
- COQUERELLE, Mathieu et GLOCKNER, Stéphane. A fourth-order accurate curvature computation in a level set framework for two-phase flows subjected to surface tension forces. Journal of Computational Physics, 2016, vol. 305, p. 838-876.
- COQUERELLE, Mathieu et COTTET, G.-H. A vortex level set method for the two-way coupling of an incompressible fluid with colliding rigid bodies. Journal of Computational Physics, 2008, vol. 227, no 21, p. 9121-9137.
- COTTET, G.-H., BALARAC, Guillaume, et COQUERELLE, Mathieu. Subgrid particle resolution for the turbulent transport of a passive scalar. Advances in Turbulence XII, 2009, p. 779-782.
- COQUERELLE, Mathieu, ALLARD, Jérémie, COTTET, Georges-Henri, et al. A vortex method for bi-phasic fluids interacting with rigid bodies. arXiv preprint math/0607597, 2006.
- Félix HENRI (2018-2021): Numerical methods for the simulation of rain drops on ocean waves. (co-guidance with P. Lubin, I2M)
- Thahn Nhan LE (2016-2019): Modeling of the triple contact line (between air, water and a solid) (co-guidance with S. Glockner, I2M)
- Clément BENAZET: Master thesis (2020): Improving the Closest Point algorithm for Level Set methods.
- Lola ROCAMORA: Master thesis (2019): Study of the free fall of a rain drop until terminal velocity using Notus CFD.
- Patrice SEBASTIANO: Master thesis (2018): Experimenting the epsilon-level set approach for multi-phase flows simulation in Notus CFD.
- Maxime LARGEAUD: Master thesis (2018): Implementation and enhancement of high-order interpolation with Hermite and WENO schemes.
- Nicolas GODINAUD: Master thesis (2018): Implementation of the Particle Level Set method for Notus CFD.
- Florian DESMONS: Master thesis (2017): Understanding, modeling and simulation of the impact of a rain drop on a water wave
- Guillaume DUMAS: Master thesis (2016): Modeling and simulation of the impact of a rain drop on a flat surface
Involvement in Notus CFD
- Code architecture
- Specific code development
- Interface advection with level set and front-tracking methods
- Explicit inertial term for the Navier-Stokes equation
- Continuum Surface Force for surface tension forces
- Closest-point method for curvature computation
- Finite difference schemes
- Interpolation and extrapolation with high-order schemes (Lagrange and WENO)
- Verification and validation
- Surface tension
- Rayleigh-Taylor instabilies
- Bubble rise
- Water drop(s) fall and impact
- Code documentation, specifications and concepts
Impact of a droplet on a liquid pool (Cole III experiment)
Axisymetric simulation, ~ 2M cells, using high-order methods.