|AMMCS-2013 Venue: Wilfrid Laurier
University Campus in Waterloo, Canada
Minisymposium (ID: SS-CFDRA)
Computational Fluid Dynamics for Real Applications
Organizers: Lakhdar Remaki (BCAM, Spain), Stéphane Moreau (Sherbrooke), Abdelkader Baggag (Laval)
CFD (Computation Fluid Dynamic) analysis has made
significant inroads in industrial applications thanks to the important
increase of computer capabilities along with the improvement of
the underlying numerical methods and visualization tools. The CFD
discipline is essentially based on the numerical discretization of
the Navier-Stokes equations that describe the fluid motion. Even if
these equations are known since more than 150 years and despite
the availability of powerful computing supercenters, a simulation
of a complex fluid dynamic still a challenging task, especially for
phenomena that occur at very small scales like turbulence, vortices
and aero-acoustic structures. The CFD special session will cover any
work related to fluid dynamic including any advances in numerical
analysis aspects, modeling, related fields like aero-acoustics, aero-
elastics, gas-particles interactions and any coupling with Navier-Stokes
equations. Works showing the application to complex geometries and
the role and trend of CFD in industry are encouraged.
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