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Feb 2023

Multiphase flow and phase transitions

27 Feb 2023 - 3 Mar 2023
UT, Enschede, Netherlands + Google Map

27 February – 3 March 2023 Location: University of Twente;  "Resort Bad Boekelo", which is close to Enschede  (participants need to make their own hotel reservation). Coordinators: Detlef Lohse and Sander Huisman (UT) Lecturers: Kay Buist (TUE), Christian Diddens (UT), Valeria Garbin (TUD), Sander Huisman (UT), Mazi Jalaal (UVA), Angeliki Laskari (TUD), Morgan Li (TUD), Detlef Lohse (UT), Corinna Maaß (UT), Alvaro Marin (UT), Johan Padding (TUD), Christian Poelma (TUD), Noushine Shahidzadeh (UVA), Federico Toschi (TUE), Roberto Verzicco (UT), Bert…

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Apr 2023

Shallow flows

3 Apr 2023 - 5 Apr 2023
VKI – Brussels, Brussels, Belgium + Google Map

Shallow flows   3-5 April 2023 Location: VKI, Brussels (B) Coordinator: Matias Duran Matute (TUE) Lecturers: Various (to be confirmed)   Many flows in environmental and industrial settings can be characterized as ‘shallow’, with the typical horizontal scales being much larger than the vertical size of the flow domain. Examples are flows in rivers, estuaries, the coastal region, fresh water reservoirs, but also flows in settling chambers for water treatment and large-scale ocean and atmospheric flows. Shallowness implies a rather…

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Computational multiphase flow

12 Apr 2023 - 14 Apr 2023
TUD, Delft, Netherlands + Google Map

12 - 14 April 2023 Location: TUD Coordinator: Ruud Henkes (TUD) Lecturers: Wim-Paul Breugem (TUD), Ruud Henkes (TUD), Jim Kok (UT), Hans Kuipers (UT), Luis Portela (TUD), Kees Vuik (TUD)   Multiphase flow denotes the combined transport of gas, liquid, and particles. The aim of this 3-day course is to give a broad overview of the possibilities and limitations of physical-numerical modelling and prediction of multiphase flows. This includes (1) fundamentals of physical models and their numerical representation and solvers,…

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