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Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow (CMFF'03)
The Conference aims at defining the state of the art in CFD and advanced measuring methods, inspiring both research and practical applications by promoting interaction between scientists and practitioners.
Date: September 3, 2003 - September 6, 2003
Location: Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
Web Page: http://www.cmff03.hu
Contact Email: conference@simba.ara.bme.hu
Organizer: Department of Fluid Mechanics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Application Areas: Turbomachinery, Piping, Process Industry, Power Generation, Environmental, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, Pumps and Fans, General CFD
Special Fields: Turbulence Modeling, Turbulence Theory, Simulation of Turbulence, DNS and LES, Heat Transfer, Combustion, Aeroacoustics & Noise, Multiphase Flows, Rotating Flows, Aerodynamics, Optimization, Incompressible Flows, Compressible Flows, Numerical Methods, Measurement Techniques, Fluid Mechancis, Theoretical Fluid Dynamics
Deadlines: November 20, 2002 (abstract)
Type of Event: Conference, International
 
Description:

Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow (CMFF’03)

The 12th International Conference on Fluid Flow Technologies

The next event in the series of International Conferences on Fluid Machinery held every fourth year in Budapest

September 3-6, 2003

Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest, Hungary

First Announcement and Call for Papers

http://www.cmff03.hu

INVITATION

It is our privilege to invite you to attend the 12th International Conference on Fluid Flow Technologies, entitled “Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow”, the next event in the series of International Conferences on Fluid Machinery held every fourth year in Budapest since 1959. The aim of the Conference is to respond to challenges in the rapidly developing field of fluid mechanics: numerical simulation of flows and physical modelling of flow processes using advanced measurement methods. The Conference aims at defining the state of the art in CFD and advanced measuring methods, inspiring both research and practical applications by promoting interaction between scientists and practitioners.

This Conference, like the previous ones, will provide an ideal venue for the development of new partnerships. We look forward to welcoming you to Budapest.

Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil Professor Rudolf Schilling, Chairman of International Scientific and Programme Committee
Professor Tamαs Lajos, Chairman of Local Organising Committee

CONFERENCE ORGANISATION

International Scientific and Programme Committee (ISPC)

Chairman: Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Rudolf Schilling, Munich (D)
Co-chairman: Prof. Tibor Czibere, Miskolc (H)
Secretary: Dr. Jαnos Vad, Budapest (H)

Members (Invitations accepted so far):

Prof. Reza Abhari, Zόrich (CH)
Dr. Lαszlσ Baranyi, Miskolc (H)
Prof. Renι Van Den Braembussche, Sint-Genesius-Rode (B)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Franz Durst, Erlangen (D)
Prof. Wolfram Frank, Siegen (D)
Prof. Lαszlσ Fuchs, Lund (S)
Dr. Tamαs Gausz, Budapest (H)
Prof. Roger Grundmann, Dresden (D)
Prof. Gαbor Halαsz, Budapest (H)
Prof. Helmut Jaberg, Graz (A)
Prof. Arne Johansson, Stockholm (S)
Prof. Gόnther Kosyna, Braunschweig (D)
Prof. Takashi Kubota, Yokohama (J)
Prof. Michael Leschziner, London (UK)
Prof. Ivan R. Lewis, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK)
Dr. Elemιr Pap, Magdeburg (D)
Prof. Franco Rispoli, Rome (I)
Prof. Ryszard Rohatynski, Zielona Gσra (PL)
Prof. Masataka Shirakashi, Nagaoka (J)
Prof. Dominique Thevenin, Chatenay-Malabry Cedex (F)

Local Organising Committee

Chairman: Prof. Tamαs Lajos, Budapest (H)
Secretary: Istvαn Goricsαn, Budapest (H)

Members:

Dr. Αrpαd Fαy, Miskolc (H)
Dr. Lαszlσ Kalmαr, Miskolc (H)
Dr. Lαszlσ Kullmann, Budapest (H)
Αkos Szabσ, Budapest (H)
Dr. Szilαrd Szabσ, Miskolc (H)
Dr. Jαnos Vad, Budapest (H)

Co-operating Organisations

Scientific Society of Mechanical Engineers (Flow Technology Section)
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Fluid Mechanics, Department of Hydraulic Machines
University of Miskolc, Department of Heat and Fluid Engineering
Committee of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Conference Secretariat

  Secretariat of Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow
  (Dr. Jαnos Vad)
  Department of Fluid Mechanics
  Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  H 1111 Budapest, Bertalan L. u. 4-6, Hungary
  T: +36 1 463 40 72 Fax: +36 1 463 34 64
  e-mail: conference@simba.ara.bme.hu
  web site: http://www.cmff03.hu
CONFERENCE TOPICS

The scope of the Conference includes both the theoretical and practical aspects of numerical simulation of flows and physical modelling of flow processes using advanced measurement methods.

The main thematic areas of the Conference are

Turbomachinery
Internal Flows
External Aerodynamics
Combustion and Heat Transfer
Environment
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Chemical and Process Engineering
Fluid Power
Each thematic area covers research, development, design, new applications and equipment, case studies and future trends with particular emphasis on the use of CFD and advanced measurement methods.

CONFERENCE FRAMES (tentative)

Tentative structure of the Conference Wednesday, September 3: Registration, welcome reception (afternoon, evening) Thursday, September 4: Plenary session: Opening, 3 keynote speeches: issues and trends in turbulence modelling, by Prof. Michael Leschziner, London(UK) CFD application, by Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Rudolf Schilling, Munich (D) advanced measuring techniques, by Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Franz Durst, Erlangen (D)

Thursday, Friday September 4-5: Parallel sessions, presentation of papers, poster sessions, and workshops. Closing plenary. Saturday, September 6: Post-conference workshops, visits to research laboratories, social programs.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

The language of the Conference is English.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Abstracts of papers or technical notes (between 200 and 300 words in English) are required before November 20, 2002 for review and selection. Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be notified by December 20, 2002, and requested to submit the full-length papers or technical notes by March 20, 2003 for review with deadline of May 20, 2003. The revised camera-ready papers must be submitted no later than June 20, 2003. The correspondence should be sent to the Conference Secretariat.

PUBLICATIONS

Authors are expected to submit either 6-page papers or 2-page technical notes in English. The Proceedings of the Conference includes the papers reviewed and accepted by the International Scientific and Programme Committee as well as technical notes. Upon registration, delegates will receive the printed materials which will also be available on CD-ROM.

CALENDAR

The aim of this announcement is to bring the Conference to your attention. If you expect to attend the Conference, please respond to the Conference Secretariat via mail, fax or e-mail using the form attached, or register yourself on the Conference web site. This ensures that you will receive all future Conference information.

The Calendar of the Conference is as follows:

November 20, 2002 Deadline for submission of abstracts 
December 20, 2002 Notification of abstract acceptance
March 20, 2003 Deadline for papers and technical notes
May 20, 2003 End of paper review, communication
June 20, 2003 Deadline for submission of camera-ready papers
September 3-6. 2003 Conference in Budapest 
For further details on the program, please visit the conference web site http://www.cmff03.hu (starting from 10 June 2002)

BUDAPEST

Budapest, "the pearl of the Danube" is one of the truly historic European capitals with its past stretching back over one thousand years. The eight picturesque bridges spanning the river Danube, the churches and architecture, the sculptures, the wooded hills, the Hungarian cuisine and wine, and the warm hospitality of Hungarian people all ensure that no guest can leave here without longing to return. Walking down streets hosting several open-air programs, those who attend the Conference will have the opportunity to enjoy the refreshing breeze and gentle sunlight of our late summer.

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, the largest technical university in Hungary with its eight faculties, was established in 1782. The Central Building of the University, the venue for the Conference, is beautifully located near a bend in the Danube with views across the Hill Gellιrt and several historical bridges.

The conference programme also includes optional social programmes and tourist events.

Attachment: REPLY FORM

Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow

12th International Conference on Fluid Flow Technologies September 4-6, 2003, Budapest, Hungary

REPLY FORM

To receive further information, please respond through the Conference official web-site or send your inquiry by e-mail, mail or fax using this form to the following address:

  Secretariat of Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow
  Department of Fluid Mechanics
  Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  H 1111 Budapest, Bertalan L. u. 4-6. HUNGARY
  T: +36 1 463 40 72 Fax: +36 1 463 34 64
  E-mail: conference@simba.ara.bme.hu
  Web-site: http://www.cmff03.hu

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Event record first posted on May 30, 2002, last modified on May 30, 2002

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