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Workshop on Adjoint-Based Flow Optimisation
Posted Wed September 01, 2010 @08:55AM
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Announcements The EC-sponsored FlowHead research project will host a workshop on industrial design optimisation for fluid flow in Varna, Bulgaria on 22-24 September 2010.

FlowHead develops adjoint-based methods for shape and topology optimisation of fluid flow with application to the automotive industry.


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The project is organising a mid-term workshop to review the state of the art in industrial design optimisation for fluids.

Topics

  • Recent developments, novel approaches, future applications in adjoint-based optimisation,
  • Industrial application of adjoint-based optimisation in the automotive industry, but also aeronautical, turbomachinery, etc.
  • Application examples, benchmarks, industrial requirements ...
  • Alternative approaches in goal-based optimisation

The workshop aims to give an overview over the work within FlowHead, as well as to put the work into perspective through presentations on alternative approaches as well as invited presentations on current and future developments.

Full details and a registration page can be found at http://flowhead.sems.qmul.ac.uk/events/workshop2010/

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