Turbulence: New Views on an Old Challenge

Venue:     DTU Lyngby Campus, building 421, auditorium 72, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Date:        24 May 2023

In development of solutions involving fluid mechanics, our limited understanding of turbulence and its modelling is still a major challenge. The seminar will present new views based on measurements and experience from industry.


09:00 Registration  
09:30 Welcome Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman
09:45 Turbulence under changing circumstances Clara M. Velte, Associate Professor, DTU Construct
10:30 Coffee break  
11:00 Turbulence analyzed using Proper Orthogonal Decomposition Peder Jørgensgaard Olesen, PhD student, DTU Construct
11:25 Introduction to laboratory experiments Simon Lautrup Ribergård, PhD student, DTU Construct
11:50  Lunch and laboratory tour in small groups  
13:10 Machine learning for turbulent flows Adil Rasheed, Professor, NTNU, Norway
13:55 Cases with turbulence in industry Peter Johansson, CTO, AB Akronmaskiner
14:30 Coffee break  
14:50 One view on turbulence seen from the industry Stefan Mayer, MAN Energy Solutions
15:30 Closing remarks Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman