|Multiphase Flow 2003 - 2nd Int'l Conference on Computational Methods in Multiphase Flow|
|The conference will focus on new advanced numerical methods and computer architectures, which greatly improve the ability to solve complex multiphase flow problems.|
|Date:||November 3, 2003 - November 5, 2003|
|Location:||Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States|
|Organizer:||Wessex Institute of Technology|
|Special Fields:||Multiphase Flows|
|Deadlines:||January 7, 2003 (abstract)|
|Type of Event:||Conference, International|
The success of the first international conference on multiphase flow, held at the University of Central Florida in 2001, has led to the reconvening of the meeting in Santa Fe in 2003. Fluid dynamics is a main topic of applied mathematics and physics, with its study being one of the most challenging areas of computational mechanics.
The simulation of fluid dynamic problems is always a serious test to any numerical method, in particular when dealing with complex non-linear transient problems. In addition, if the fluid interface (or interfaces) is unknown or moves throughout the flow process, as in the case of multiphase flow , the problem becomes more computationally demanding due to the initial indeterminacy of a surface where boundary or matching conditions have to be satisfied.
The conference will focus on new advanced numerical methods and computer architectures, which greatly improve the ability to solve complex multiphase flow problems.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Researchers and engineers who wish to communicate recent advances in computational multiphase flow and to demonstrate how these numerical tools can be applied in engineering and technology practices.
BENEFITS TO YOU
Keep up-to-date on the latest advances in the field.
Present your research within a unique forum.
Collaborate with experts from around the world.
Immediate publication of your research, if your paper is accepted. The conference book is distributed at the time of Registration.
Your research work will be publicised internationally.
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|Event record first posted on April 17, 2002, last modified on April 17, 2002|