DANSIS invites you to a seminar on computational techniques for gas-liquid flows. Many problems of industrial interest are subject to a gas-liquid flow and hence are bound by the complex interactions that occurs between the two fluid phases. Because scales as well as the dominating mechanisms and forces differ from problem to problem, a variety of methods can be applied.
During the seminar, we will address both Euler-Lagrangian and Euler-Euler methods as both have their respective advantages. The scope of the outlined presentations spans from state-of-the-art research to industrial research and development cases.
|09:30||Welcome||Anders Christian Olesen, Aalborg University|
|09:40||Extended modelling of droplet collisions and applications to spraying systems||Prof. Martin Sommerfeld, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg|
|10:55||Multi-fluid models for industrial gas-liquid flows||Dr. Dirk Lucas, Head of Computational Fluid Dynamics Division, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf (HZDR)|
|11:40||Advancing interfacial flow simulations in OpenFOAM||Johan Rønby, Stromning|
|13:10||Hybrid Multiphase Modelling in Real-World Applications||Virginia Fratalocchi , STAR-CCM + Siemens|
|13:40||Modelling of gas-liquid flow in porous media and micro-channels of PEM water electrolysis cells for energy storage||Anders Christian Olesen, Aalborg University|
|14:40||CFD and FSI modelling of two-phase flow in large diameter process piping experiencing high vibrations in operation||Piero Iudiciani, Lloyd’s Register|
|15:10||Unveiling the secret of the gas-liquid flow in the rotary atomizer wheel||Torstein Vincent Joensen, GEA Process Engineering A/S (Rockwool)|
|15:40||Closing Remarks||Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman|