NUMAP-FOAM School 2015

24 August – 04 September 2015

ATTENDEES

  • Luis Francisco Barcelo, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • Modelling of Oil-Water separation processes using OpenFOAM and the Drift-Flux Model
  • Pascal Beckstein, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany
    • Modeling of free-surface flows of electrically conducting liquids induced by alternating magnetic fields
  • Anuradha Bhatia, Universität Stuttgart, Germany
    • Moisture Absorption and Desorption in Porous Media
  • Simone Colucci, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy
    • TwoPhaseChangeEulerFoam an OpenFOAM solver for modeling volcanoes
  • Trip Dacus, North Carolina State University, USA
    • Development of a Multiphase Adjoint Capability within OpenFOAM
  • Petr Furmanek, Wikki ltd., UK; Porsche Engineering, CZ
    • Re-implementation of symmetry boundary condition
  • Shenan Grossberg, University of Exeter, UK
    • Adjoint Shape Optimisation of a Hydrodynamic Vortex Separator
  • Chow Jeng Hei, DHI, Singapore
    • Development of a Partitioned 6-DoF Rigid Body Motion Solver
  • Young Jun Kim, Pusan National University, Korea
    • Simulating offshore structures with OpenFOAM
  • Taha Koltukluoglu, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    • Aortic Flow Simulation
  • Mohamad Mohseni, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
    • Drying and gasification prediction
  • Jens Truemner, University of Federal Armed Forces, Germany
    • Mixing process in turbofan engines
  • Bok Jik Lee, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
    • Development of reactingFoamCharged for simulations of a flame under imposed electric fields
  • Stefan Daum, ThyssenKrupp, Germany
    • Harmonic polynomial cell method with foam-extend
  • Ilaria De Dominicis, Alstom Power, UK
    • Solver for turbomachinery applications
  • Johan Roenby, DHI, Denmark
    • IsoAdvector