Events, FEATURED|March 31, 2016 9:09 am

IMECHE EVENTS – MULTIPHASE CFD MODELLING

 

 

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MULTIPHASE CFD MODELLING
STATE-OF-THE-ART APPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES
19 May 2016,
One Birdcage Walk, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London

Increasing your understanding of stateof-the-art multiphase modelling. This one-day event will provide a crucial opportunity to hear how engineers can support the advancement of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for multiphase flows. The models dealing with multiphase flows are continuously evolving and the complexity of tackled problems has notably increased of late. Join us to reflect on progress and developments in multiphase flow modelling, allowing you to remain up-to-date with current trends and state-of-the-art technologies.

KEY TOPICS:
• Modelling and stimulation of multicomponent compressible flows
• Multiphase CFD modelling for safety and performance engineering
• Implementation of flocculation and break-up models in CFD for particulate systems
• Challenges of multiphase flow modelling in gas turbine engines
• Multiphase flow modelling with the Lattice Boltzmann method: An alternative CFD approach
KEY TAKEAWAYS INCLUDE:
• Increasing your knowledge of state-of-the-art multiphase CFD modelling
• Networking opportunities with practitioners in the field
• Interdisciplinary exchange on challenges faced in different fields
• A greater awareness of recent developments, current trends, capabilities and limitations for models
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

• Principal Engineers
• Design Engineers
• Research Engineers
• Consultants
• Innovators
• Software Designers
• Academics
• University Research Leads
• Students
Download the brochure here

http://events.imeche.org/docs/default-source/Thermo-Fluids-Events/sem6358_cfd_br_01_07
To find out more and to book now click here

http://events.imeche.org/ViewEvent?e=6358&utm_source=GSE%20Media&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=GSE%20Media_newsletter
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