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Lattice-Boltzmann Methods for Industrial Applications
Posted Fri June 10, 2016 @11:34AM
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Announcements ERCOFTAC will host Lattice-Boltzmann Methods for Industrial Applications: Overview, Guidance & Examples on 13-14 June 2016.

Lattice-Boltzmann Methods (LBM) has become a very powerful tool for engineering in Computational Fluid Dynamics. They represent a very efficient competitor to Navier-Stokes based tools.


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This course will present the fundamentals of LBM, and state-of-the-art applications for engineering problems issued from major industrial companies (Airbus, Renault,...). Examples will illustrate application in different fields: aerodynamics, acoustics, and heat transfer.

Speakers

  • Prof. Pierre Sagaut, Aix-Marseille Universite, Marseille, France
  • Dr Julien Favier, Aix-Marseille Universite, Marseille, France
  • Mr Elias Tannoury, CS, France
  • Mr Romain Denis, EXA Corp., France
  • Dr. Orestis Malaspinas, Univ. Geneve, Switzerland
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