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Old   September 4, 1998, 02:39
Default ERCOFTAC Seminar and Workshop on TURBOMACHINERY FLOW PREDICTIONS VII
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Stephane AUBERT
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Following the successful first six Workshops held in previous years this seventh Seminar/Workshop is organised by the Special Interest Group in Turbomachinery.

Time: 4th.-7th. January 1999

Place: CNRS Conference Centre, Aussois, France.

Purpose: A forum for comparing the facilities and methods of various computational techniques for turbomachinery flows.

Format: Presentation of test cases and review seminars on CFD problems related to turbomachinery.

For more information, look at: http://www.mecaflu.ec-lyon.fr/CONGRES/ERCOFTAC
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Old   October 9, 1998, 16:37
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Rodrigo Alfonso Escobar Moragas
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Hello ERCOFTAC!!

While i am an undergarduate Mechanical Engineering student, in one of my research projects i`m very interested on modeling the flow trough a francis turbine runner. For this reason, i`m looking some useful information about the boundary conditions i have to use if take into account only one periodic section of the runner. As i surely can not assist to any Seminar outside my country (CHILE!!!), i will be very happy if you can help me with any information about this topic.

Please write me back if you can.

Thanks a lot, Rodrigo Escobar

Departamento de Ingenieria Mecanica,

Universidad de Santiago de Chile

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