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12th ERCOFTAC Workshop on Refined Turbulence Modelling
The Workshops on Refined Turbulence Modelling aim to bring together scientists, researchers, users and developers from industry and from the academic field. Similar to the previous workshops in Lyon (1992,1993), Lisabon (1994), Karlsruhe (1995), Chatou/Paris(1996), Delft (1997), Manchester (1998), Helsinki (1999), Darmstadt (2001), Poitiers (2002) and Gothenburg (2005), some fundamental phenomena, but also some industrially relevant problems have been chosen as test cases for this workshop.
Date: October 12, 2006 - October 13, 2006
Location: Institute for Fluid Mechanics, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Web Page: http://www.cfd.tu-berlin.de/ercoftac-workshop06.html
Contact Email: frank.thiele@cfd.tu-berlin.de
Organizer: Prof. Frank Thiele
Application Areas: Turbomachinery, Aerospace, Power Generation, Pumps and Fans, General CFD
Special Fields: Turbulence Modeling, Turbulence Theory, Simulation of Turbulence, DNS and LES, Finite Volume Methods, Aerodynamics, Incompressible Flows, Fluid Mechancis, Theoretical Fluid Dynamics, Boundary and Interior Layers
Deadlines: September 1, 2006 (abstract), September 1, 2006 (registration)
Type of Event: Workshop, International
 
Description:

The ERCOFTAC Workshops on Refined Turbulence Modelling aim
to bring together scientists, researchers, users and
developers from industry and from the academic field.
Similar to the previous ERCOFTAC SIG 15 workshops in Lyon
(1992,1993), Lisabon (1994), Karlsruhe (1995),
Chatou/Paris(1996), Delft (1997), Manchester (1998),
Helsinki (1999), Darmstadt (2001), Poitiers (2002) and
Gothenburg (2005), some fundamental phenomena, but also 
some
industrially relevant problems have been chosen as test
cases for this workshop.

The workshop focuses on four test cases involving numerous
features of scientific and engineering relevance
(three-dimensionality, unsteady wake regions, periodicity,
separation and reattachment, swirling effects, turbulent
mixing, etc.)

* Case 11.1: Flow over a wall-mounted, 2-D hump with
oscillatory zero-mass-flux jet or suction through a thin 
slot
* Case 11.2: Flow over a 3-D hill
* Case 12.1: Tip-gap turbulent flow in a low-speed, linear
compressor cascade
* Case 12.2: Flow and mixing in a model of swirl combustor
 
Event record first posted on March 3, 2006, last modified on March 8, 2006

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