CONFERENCES



 

 

FIRST MULTIFLOW CONFERENCE ON:

THE TURBULENT/NON-TURBULENT INTERFACE


 
 

School of Aeronautics, Madrid, Spain 25-26 October 2012

 

Objectives

The Multiflow Conference on Turbulent-Nonturbulent Interfaces has the goal of bringing together researchers to expose and summarize the newest problems and findings relating with the  turbulent entrainment and it's link with the geometry and characteristics of the so called turbulent/non-turbulent (T/NT) interface separating the irrotational from the turbulent flow in mixing layers, wakes, jets and boudary layers. It has the objective of uniting researchers so that new directions of investigation and collaborative work can be discerned. 

 

http://lasef.ist.utl.pt/madrid2012 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

EUROMECH COLLOQUIUM 517 ON:

INTERFACES AND INHOMOGENEOUS TURBULENCE


 
 

University College London, London, 28-30 June 2010

 

Objectives

Recent research has shown that a layer of strong shear may act as a barrier for eddies and prevent it from penetrating through that layer. These shear interfaces, because of their persistence, have a major importance on the flow dynamics because of their impact on transport of heat, mass and momentum. Over the past decade, their relevance has been recognized in a variety of different flows. In atmospheric flows the edge of the polar vortex is known to act as a barrier for the transport of ozone depleting gases; in turbulent boundary layers transport is blocked according to the same mechanism. Layers of shear are equally formed in planetary atmospheres (e.g. Jupiter, known as PV staircases), in plasmas (e.g. Tokamaks, Sun), transport barriers play a dominant role for the flow dynamics and explain anomalies observed in energy spectra. The aim of this meeting is to bridge these traditional research disciplines and to discuss interfacial processes that occur in diverse areas of fluid mechanics. 

 

http://lasef.ist.utl.pt/london2010 

 

  

 
 
 

 

 

ECCOMAS: CFD 2010

5th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

 

 
 

Lisbon, Portugal, 14-17 of June, 2010

 

Background

The European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) announces the organization of the Fifth European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECCOMAS CFD 2010) to be held in Lisbon on JUNE 14th - 17th June 2010. Previous editions of the very successful ECCOMAS CFD conferences were held in Stuttgart (1994), Athens (1998), Swansea (2001) and Egmond aan Zee (2006). Furthermore, computational fluid dynamics, computational mechanics and related fields have been a major topic at the ECCOMAS congresses held in Brussels (1992), Paris (1996), Barcelona (2000), Jyvaskyla (2004) and Venice (2008). The ECCOMAS CFD2010 conference includes invited plenary and semi-plenary lectures, contributed papers from both Academy and Industry, Minisymposia and Invited Special Technological Sessions.

 

Objectives

 The goal of the ECCOMAS CFD conferences is to periodically bring together researchers, industrialists and students working in the fields of the science of Computational Fluid Dyamics (CFD). The fields of interest are the applications of mathematical and computational methods and the modelling of different areas: CFD, computational acoustics, computational magnetohydrodynamics (MHD), computational mathematics and numerical methods, optimization and control, computational methods in life sciences and industrial applications. Multidisciplinary applications of these fields to problems encountered in sectors like Aerospace, Car and Ship Industry, Electronics, Energy, Finance, Chemistry, Medicine, Biosciences, and Environmental sciences and Earth sciences are also welcome. 

 

http://www.eccomas-cfd2010.org/

 

 

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