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Laboratory for Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Technological Processes, University of Latvia (Riga, Latvia) and Institute of Electrotechnology, Leibniz University of Hanover (Hanover, Germany) announce the

Workshop “Multiphysical Modelling in OpenFOAM”


Aim of the workshop

The objective of the workshop is to introduce OpenFOAM for the modelling of multiphysical processes, where the fluid dynamics, temperature and mass transfer, electromagnetic and other processes are coupled, as well as to discuss the development of the libraries in these applications. The special attention is paid to parallel calculations with high computational expenses using cluster of computers.


Venue & Date

October 20th and 21st, 2011.


Support

The workshop is being financially supported by the:

  • Baltic-German University Liason Office with funds from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • ESF project of University of Latvia, the contact No. 2009/0223/1DP/1.1.1.2.0/09/APIA/VIAA/008


Programm of the workshop

   A. Jakovičs
Preface

Abstracts

   H. Rusche
Review of Recent and Ongoing Developments of the OpenFOAM Library

   M. Ščepanskis, A. Jakovičs, E. Baake, B. Nacke
Development of solidParticle Library for the Modelling of Particle Transfer in EM Induced Turbulent Flows

   P. Turewicz, M. Bibani, E. Baake
Connecting OpenFOAM with an External Electromagnetic FDM Solver for Magnetofluiddynamic Simulations

   B. Nacke, E. Baake
Numerical Simulation Tools and Methods used at the Institute of Electrotechnology

   M. Rehm, C. Xu, D. Walter, H. Schmidt
AREVA Thermohydraulic Testing Capabilities and Related OpenFOAM Analysis

   A. Krauze, A. Muižnieks, N. Jekabsons
Modelling of Turbulent Melt Flow in CZ Silicon Single Crystal Growth System Using OpenFOAM

   K. Bergfelds, A. Muižnieks, A. Krauze
Silicon Melting in Could Crucible Heated with Electron Beam: Modelling Using OpenFOAM

   M. Kraposhin, O. Samovarov, S. Strijhak
Web Laboratory UniHUB in the Scope of Program "University Cluster"

   P. Dems, W.Polifke
Modelling Strategies and Implementation Challenges of Moment Methods for the Simulation of Polydisperse Two-Phase Flows

   R. Mukin
Diffusion-inertia Model for Two-phase Turbulent Flows and its Implementation into OpenFOAM

   M. Kraposhin, A. Vasilieva, S. Strijhak
Implementation of High Order Discretisation Scheme in OpenFOAM

   R. Viļums
Implementation of Transient Robin Boundary Conditions in OpenFOAM

   V. Geža, A. Jakovičs, R. Milenkovic, S. Dementjev, R. Kapylla
PIV Validation of OpenFOAM Turbulence Models for LIMETS Project Water Test Section

   D. Goško
Calculation of Magnetic and Hydrodynamic Interactions in Magnetorheological Suspension Flow

   I. Kaldre, A. Bojarēvičs, Y.Fautrelle, J. Etay, L. Buligins
Thermoelectric Current and Magnetic Field Interaction Influence on the Convection of Liquid Phase During Solidification of Metallic Alloys

Invited presentations

   H. Rusche
Review of Recent and Ongoing Developments of the OpenFOAM library

   P. Turewicz, M. Bibani, E. Baake
Connecting OpenFOAM with an External Electromagnetic FDM Solver for Magnetofluiddynamic Simulations

   M. Rehm, C. Xu, D. Walter
AREVA Thermo Hydraulic Testing Capabilities and Related OpenFOAM Analysis

   P. Dems, W. Polifke
Modelling Strategies and Implementation Challenges of Moment Methods for the Simulation of Polydisperse TwoPhase Flows

   R. Mukin
Diffusion Inertia Model for Simulation Multiphase Turbulent Flows and Implementation into OpenFOAM

   M. Ščepanskis, A. Jakovičs, E. Baake, B. Nacke
Development of solidParticle Library for the Modelling of Particle Transfer in EM Induced Turbulent Flows

   B. Nacke, E. Baake
Numerical Simulation Tools and Methods used at the Institute of Electrotechnology


Pictures from the workshop