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hjasak December 16, 2005 06:54

Dear Colleagues, With the d
Dear Colleagues,

With the date of the Zagreb Workshop approaching, I would like to inform you about the detailed agenda (below). The Workshop web site has been updated accordingly, including the contact details of several hotels in the area.

If you are interested and still have not registered, please E-mail the Workshop organiser.

I am looking forward to meeting you in Zagreb,


OpenFOAM Training and Workshop, Zagreb


Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
University of Zagreb
(Fakultet Strojarstva i Brodogradnje)
Ivana Lucica 5
10000 Zagreb, Croatia

Blue Lecture Hall, East Building
(Plava dvorana, Istocna zgrada)

Thursday, 26/Jan/2006

9.30-10.00 Welcome and Registration
10.00-12.30 OpenFOAM: Introductory Notes
- Background and historical note
- Discretisation and capabilities
- Code organisation
- Library overview, tutorials and documentation
12.30-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.00 Running OpenFOAM
- Case organisation
- Mesh generation
- Pre-processing, running, post-processing
- Parallel simulations with OpenFOAM
16.00-16.15 Coffee
16.15-18.00 Tutorial session, Open Q&A

Friday, 27/Jan/2006

9.30-10.30 Programming in OpenFOAM
- Existing solvers and capabilities
- Model implementation, virtual interfaces and run-time selection
- Model libraries and their use
10.30-12.30 Mesh Handling in OpenFOAM (with F. Juretic and Z. Tukovic)
- Polyhedral mesh support
- Automatic mesh motion
- Topological changes
- Automatic polyhedral mesh generator
12.30-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.00 Adding new Capabilities
- wmake build system, environment variables
- New boundary condition
- New sub-model: turbulence
- Writing new applications and libraries
16.00-16.15 Coffee
16.15-18.00 Programming Guidelines and Patterns
- Basic principles: data protection and public interfaces
- Virtual function mechanism, run-time selection
- Lazy evaluation
- Templating
- Container types, dictionaries and stream design
- Code organisation and utility libraries

Saturday, 28/Jan/2006

9.30-12.00 OpenFOAM Projects and Case Studies, 1
- Zeljko Tukovic, FSB Zagreb: free surface tracking simulations of rising bubbles
- Tomasso Luccini, Politecnico di Milano: Internal combustion engine simulations in OpenFOAM
- Vlado Tropsa, High Technical School, Varazdin, (Imperial College London & UC Dublin): OpenFOAM in non-linear stress analysis: contact-plasticity and crack propagation
- Giuseppe Franco, University of Trieste: Numerical simulation of cement-bonded castables
- Petra Brajdic-Mitidieri, Imperial College London: CFD in hydrodynamic lubrication
12.00-12.30 Future OpenFOAM developments (Hrvoje Jasak, Wikki Ltd and FSB Zagreb)
12.30-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.00 OpenFOAM Projects and Case Studies, 2
- Mario Baburic or Neven Duic: CFD research at the University of Zagreb
- Hrvoje Jasak, Wikki Ltd and FSB Zagreb: Free surface capturing solver
- Franjo Juretic, Imperial College, London: Automatic mesh generation and adaptive mesh handling
- Gianluca D'Errico, Politecnico Milano: OpenFOAM project at the Politecnico of Milano
- Aleksandar Karac, UC Dublin: Fluid-solid interaction simulations with OpenFOAM
16.00-17.00 Open Q&A Session and Closure

hjasak February 2, 2006 22:07

Dear All, I think it's fair
Dear All,

I think it's fair to offer a short closing word on the Zagreb OpenFOAM Workshop (26-28/Jan/2006) as a way of thanks to all attendees and presenters as well as our host at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture. My expectations were spectacularly exceeded - according to the last count there were 80 people present, and the presentations on Saturday were extremely interesting.

The work on the final form of the Workshop web site is still not complete and hopefully will include the presentation slides and data on interest groups as discussed in Zagreb.

Thank you again for coming and I promise to do my best to organise a similar get-together in Europe in 12-18 months time. For other OpenFOAM-related events, watch this space.



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