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International Summer School: Direct Numerical Simulations (D.N.S) of Reacting and Two-Phase Flows
This is a rare opportunity to hear from instructors who are leading figures and all experts in DNS, numerical methods and associated physical models, about the latest developments and application of DNS in reacting and two- phase flows, as well as to gain experience of a variety of applicable areas. It will be 5 days of full teaching and 2 days of get- together, with the aim to foster exchange and communication between the participants during and after the Summer School.
Date: September 2, 2007 - September 8, 2007
Location: MB building, HFI, Technical University, Berlin, Germany
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Organizer: Prof. Dominique Thevenin
Application Areas: Automotive, Power Generation
Special Fields: Turbulence - LES Methods, Combustion, Reactive Flows, Multiphase Flows, Numerical Methods, Fluid Mechancis
Type of Event: Course, International

The primary focus will be on the theory, implementation 
and choice of models in the DNS of reacting and two-phase 
flows. It is intended for researchers as well as code 
developers (PhD students or R&D engineers) interested in 
understanding and implementing DNS methods, or simply in 
acquiring a better background on the topic in order to 
assess its possible contribution to problem solving. 
Lecture topics will include, among others:

-DNS and LES of turbulent flames, model development

-(Reduced) Population Balance Models for two-phase 
flows and chemical engineering applications.

-Numerical aspects of DNS – spectral methods and low-
Mach number vs. Compressible formulations.

-DNS of two-phase flows for spray combustion Numerical 
modeling issues associated with two-phase flows

-DNS of two-phase flows involving a solid phase

-DNS of two-phase flows for chemical engineering 

-Model reduction and computational efficiency for DNS

The instructors are all experts in DNS, numerical methods, 
and associated physical models. All lectures will be given 
in English, with extensive notes handed out.

The Summer-School can accommodate a maximum of 40 
participants. Places will be delivered on a first-come, 
first-served basis. It is therefore highly recommended to 
register as soon as possible. Students and ERCOFTAC 
members will benefit from reduced fees.

Further information, concerning registration modalities, 
detailed program, instructors and lecture topics, 
accommodation and vital contact persons is available on 
the attached flyer and on the official DNS Summer School 

We will be pleased if you could forward this information e-
mail to all those for whom this School could be of 
interest. The flyer can also be used to advertise the 
Summer School.

We hope to see you soon in Berlin.
Event record first posted on April 28, 2007, last modified on May 18, 2007

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