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Open Source CFD 2012 Proceedings Available
Posted Fri January 11, 2013 @01:11PM
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News The Open Source CFD International Conference 2012 took place in the Olympic city of London, UK on the 29th & 30th October.

The conference attracted experts from academia and industry who shared the latest research in open source CFD. Industry segments were represented by Oil & Gas, Steelmaking, Automotive, Motorsport, IT, Chemical, Tobacco Industry, Defence and Security, Renewable Energy and Consulting Engineering.

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With design optimisation being a hot topic for discussion in CFD, delegates were anticipating the keynote provided by Prof. Giannakoglou of NTUA, on "Continuous Adjoint Methods in Shape, Topology, Flow-Control and Robust Optimization". His presentation opened a two day packed agenda with topics ranging from automotive aerodynamics and combustion to biomedicals and GPL law. During the separate poster session, attendees were able to review the displayed research and speak with the presenters, offering a better understanding of scientific advances in a more intimate environment.

This year, the conference host ICON and partner Dacolt offered post-conference programming and combustion training courses, further maximising educational opportunities for attendees.

The conference proceedings are now available for download.

ICON would like to thank all delegates, presenters, exhibitors and sponsors for helping to make the conference such an enjoyable event in a truly stunning location. In particular, our thanks go to our Platinum Sponsors Intel, ClusterVision and IBM, Silver Sponsors Bull, ARA and Friendship Systems, together with Bronze Sponsors BETA CAE Systems, Pointwise and NAFEMS.

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