Trends in numerical and physical modeling for industrial multiphase flows
Welcome to Multiphase 2017 !
Multiphase flow phenomena are frequently encountered in industry in the traditional fields of the chemical, nuclear and oil industry. Multiphase flow encompasses a number of subjects, from nearly homogeneous flow, as developed in long transport lines of gas-liquid-solid mixtures or in short in-plant circuits, to completely separated flows, as in the case of nuclear or gas fluidized reactors.
The scientific background of multiphase flow technology is composite and includes fluid mechanics, transport phenomena, equipment design and other fundamentals, such as surface thermodynamics and sprays. Special emphasis this year on Sloshing dynamics and Physics of liquid impacts.
- Oil & Gas Industry
- Thermohydraulics for Nuclear Energy
- Chemical and petrochemical industry
- Rarefied mixture of gases
- Spray dynamics
- Sloshing of liquids in tanks
- Shock attenuation by aqueous foams
- Marine renewable energy
- Effects of uncertainties in numerical simulation
Jean-Michel Ghidaglia (CMLA, Chairman)
Daniel Bouche (CEA/DAM/DIF and CMLA)
Laurent Brosset (GTT)
Frédéric Dias (UCD)
Pierre-Henri Maire (CEA/DAM/CESTA)
Roland Masson (Nice University)
Keld Nielsen (ENI)
Mohamed Frihat (GTT, CMLA)
Authors and people wishing to attend the Workshop are recommended to observe the deadlines strictly and send the application form for preliminary registration in due time. The final program will be issued at the beginning of September 2017.