DANSIS invite you to a online reseach seminar with presentations of current research in fluid mechanics. The seminars will be a meeting between researchers at Danish universities and companies dealing with fluid mechanical processes. The presentations will mainly cover current or newly defended PhD projects.
This year the research seminar will be online only due to the COVID-19 Restrictions.
The seminar will be split into a number of online seminars. The first one with free surface flows as the topic. 5 PhD students will present their research within this topic. More information and program will follow shortly.
Date: 11 November 2020 14:00-16:00
14.00: Welcome (Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman)
14.05: Presentation by Henrik Mikkelsen (DTU, Department of Mechanical Engineering)
Prediction of Full Scale Ship Performance Using Computational Fluid Dynamics and Model Tank Tests (presentation)
14.25: Presentation by Ali Yahyaee Nujukambari (AAU, Department of Energy Technology)
Extending a solver in OpenFOAM for simulation of Boiling (presentation)
14.45: Presentation by Maja Rønne (DTU, Department of Mechanical Engineering / COWI)
Aerodynamics of twin box girders (presentation)
15.05: Break in breakout rooms
15.15: Presentation by Jacob Andersen (AAU, Department of Built Environment)
Highly accurate experimental heave decay tests with a floating sphere: A public dataset for model validation of fluid-structure interaction (presentation)
15.35: Presentation by Chao Tong (DTU, Department of Mechanical Engineering)
Accurate and efficient prediction of nonlinear wave loads on marine structures (presentation)
15:55: Future DANSIS activities (Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman)
16.00: End of meeting
Knud Erik Meyer, Technical University of Denmark, chairman of DANSIS
Jakob Hærvig, Aalborg University
Stig Staghøj Knudsen, Technical University of Denmark