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Quality & Reliability of CFD Simulations Seminar
Posted Tue July 12, 2005 @09:40AM
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Announcements NAFEMS and ERCOFTAC will host a joint awareness seminar titled "Quality and Reliability of CFD Simulations II: Industrial Challenges" on Tuesday September 13, 2005 at the University of Nottingham, UK.

Industrial, environmental and academic applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) are increasingly relied upon to provide qualitative and quantitative data for design, safety assessment and understanding of complex flow systems. Direct validation against comprehensive test data is often impractical. The level of confidence which can be placed on the results of CFD is therefore an important and current issue in engineering simulation.

This seminar brings together users of CFD to examine issues of accuracy, reliability and trust in the context of practical applications in engineering design, the environment, and health and safety management. The underlying theme is the useful exploitation of CFD in the face of uncertainty and complexity. The presentations will illustrate, through case studies, how to reduce uncertainty in CFD and how to derive most benefit from the technology, as well as raising awareness of current initiatives to enhance the quality and trust of CFD simulation.


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This is the second joint meeting on this theme co-organised by NAFEMS and ERCOFTAC. It follows the successful first meeting held on 9th March 2004.

Agenda

09:30Coffee and registration
09:50Morning Chairmanís Welcome Address
Chris Lea, Lea CFD Associates
10:00Verification and Validation in Uncertain Worlds
Herve Morvan & Nigel Wright, University of Nottingham
10:30 Industrial CFD and the Importance of Best Practice
Colin Young, Rolls Royce
11:00 Using CFD in the Chemical Industry
Derek Colman, BP
11:30 The QNET-CFD Knowledge Base Ė A mechanism for improving quality and reliability in industrial CFD
Tony Hutton, Qinetiq
12:00 LUNCH
13:00 Afternoon Chairmanís Welcome
Herve Morvan, University of Nottingham
13:05 Questionnaire feedback and discussion
All
13:30 Examples of complex CFD within the power generation industry
Peter Stephenson, RWE npower
14:00 Development of Best Practice Guidelines for the application of CFD to gas turbine safety
Matthew Ivings, Health & Safety Laboratory
14:30 BREAK
14:45 Meeting the challenges for CFD in the construction industry
Nick Waterson, Mott MacDonald
15:15 NAFEMS guidance on fit for purpose, validated, complex CFD applications
Chris Lea, Lea CFD Associates
15:45 Final discussion
16:00 Close of Seminar

Who should attend

Those with an interest in how to usefully exploit CFD for complex applications whilst minimising uncertainty in the results.

Including:

  • Industrial and academic CFD analysts
  • Managers of CFD analysis
  • Engineers making decisions based on CFD results
  • Representatives from organisations who use, or are considering using, CFD consultants
  • Representatives from organisations considering investing in an in-house CFD capability.

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