Erosion occurs when solid or liquid particles impinge against material surfaces causing wear and geometry changes. Cavitation occurs when rapid changes of pressure in a liquid lead to formation and subsequent implosion of vapour bubbles.
Erosion and cavitation - both separately or in combination - may lead to severe performance degradation of fluid machinery or even failure, so understanding of the conditions under which these phenomena occur is essential for designing for greater durability.
DANSIS invites you to a seminar on erosion and cavitation with focus on how to improve understanding of the phenomena and how to apply simulation models . The scope of the presentations spans from state-of-the-art research to industrial research and application examples.
The seminar will be held at Grundfos in Bjerringbro.
|09:50||Welcome||Nicholas Pedersen, Senior Manager, Grundfos, Denmark|
|10:05||Experimental investigation of cavitation and erosion at HSVA - the Hamburg Ship Model Basin||Christian Johannsen, Hamburgische Schiffbau-Versuchsanstalt, Germany|
|11:05||Modelling erosion in complex geometries||Alejandro Lopez Garcia, University of Deusto, Spain|
|11:45||Prediction of erosion for oil and gas well equipment using CFD modelling||Casper Schytte Hemmingsen, Lloyd’s Register, Denmark|
|13.00||Hybrid-Multiphase modelling for solid management and erosion in in real world applications||Virginia Fratalocchi, Siemens Digital Industries|
|13:30||Cavitation simulation on ship propellers with erosion safety index||Keun Woo Shin, MAN Energy Solutions, Denmark|
|14:20||Tour of Grundfos Additive Manufacturing Lab|
|15:20||Unsteady loads due to cavitation in flow systems: Using 1D and 3D CFD to shed light on the phenomenon||Morten Kjeldsen, Flow Design Bureau AS (FDB), Norway, Love Håkansson, EDR & Medeso AS, Norway|
|15:50||Closing remarks||Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman & DTU, Denmark|
|16:00||End of Seminar|