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Fifth workshop "Micro-Macro Modelling and Simulation of Liquid-Vapour Flows"

IRMA - April, 14-16, 2010

Text of the conferences is now available here.

The aim of the research group "Micro-Macro Modelling and Simulation of Liquid-Vapour Flows" is the investigation of liquid-vapour flows, in particular the development of new more efficient and accurate software tools and the improvement of existing tools for simulations.

Vapour together with liquid phases occur in many applications like cavitation problems, two phase flow in micro devices, cooling and boiling processes and breakup of liquid jets. Since e.g. turbine blades and ship propellers can be destroyed by cavitation this research is of high industrial interest.

An important and necessary issue in this project is the interdisciplinary cooperation between mathematicians and engineers on the one hand and the cooperation between French and German groups on the other hand. The first issue is of vital importance since mathematicians need information about relevant and realistic models, about valid regimes for different models, the access to experimental data, and characteristic behaviour of solutions. Furthermore, engineers will benefit from modern and efficient techniques for acceleration of numerical algorithms (multigrid, adaptivity in space and time), their mathematical justification, rigorous results for model problems, and the construction of exact solutions for benchmarking.

Financial Support : DFG-CNRS project "Micro-Macro Modelling and Simulation of Liquid-Vapour Flows"

Workshop Fee : There is no fee for the Workshop. The participants will pay for their meal at the University cafetaria. HOWEVER THE REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY.

Location / Accomodation : The Mathematics Institute is located in the Strasbourg University. All the details to come to the IRMA are given here. You may also find here a short list of hotels.

Contact address : Philippe Helluy, IRMA, 7 rue Descartes, 67084 Strasbourg cedex, France

PROGRAMME


14 avril 2010

13h45

14h00

Marc Massot - Ecole Centrale Paris Labo EM2C UPR CNRS 288

Eulerian multi-fluid models and high order moment methods : from classical results to recent investigations

15h00

15h30

Mathieu Bachmann

Numerical Simulation of compressible two-phase fluid flow : Ghost fluid method versus Saurel Abgrall approach

16h00

Hélène Mathis - IRMA Strasbourg

Pressure laws and fast Legendre transform

16h30

Ali Zein - OVGU Magdebourg

On the numerical simulation of a laser-induced cavitation bubble with phase transition


15 avril 2010

09h00

P.G. LeFloch - Univ. P.M. Curie (Paris 6 and CNRS)

Self-similar vanishing viscosity-capillarity limits

10h00

10h30

Alexander Klein - Robert Bosch GmbH

Modelling of Air Release in Liquids

11h00

Wolfgang Dreyer

Modelling of Non-isothermal Liquid-Vapor Transitions

11h30

Jan Giesselmann

Sharp-Interface Asymptotics for Navier-Stokes-Korteweg Equations

12h00

14h00

Michael Dumbser

High-Order Unstructured Finite Volume and Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes for Compressible Multi-Phase Flows

15h00

15h30

Samuel Kokh - CEA Saclay

An anti-diffusive numerical scheme for the simulation of interfaces between compressible fluids by means of a five-equation model

16h00

Dietmar Kroener

Jump conditions across phase boundaries for the Navier-Stokes Korteweg equation

16h30

Christophe Chalons

Godunov-type method for the Baer-Nunziato model

17h00

Peng Zeng - Institut für Technische Verbrennung RWTH Aachen

Modeling primary atomization and interface evaporation in turbulent two-phase flows by means of level-set method and second-order boundary layer theory

20h00


16 avril 2010

09h00

Dominique Aubert - Observatoire de Strasbourg

Simulations of the large scale structures of the Universe powered by GPUs

10h00

10h30

Stéphane Dellacherie - CEA Saclay

Analysis of Godunov type scheme applied to the compressible Euler system at low Mach number

11h00

Maren Hantke - Magdeburg

Mixture balance laws for fluid flows with phase transition

11h30

Dernière mise à jour le 23-04-2010