Conference : Open Source CFD International, 2012

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27 September

OpenFoam is now a formidable technology in CFD space. Open source and ability of end user to customize as per the physics gives it extra edge. Every year The Open Source CFD International Conference is held around the world. This year the conference is in London, UK. This is good a opportunity to those who are using, programming and deploying open source CFD solutions both in industry and academia.

The conference is held in English and is aimed at :

  • Existing open source CFD software e.g. OpenFOAM® users
  • CFD Engineers seeking to investigate open source technology
  • Industry Managers and IT Implementers
  • Academia
  • Technology Consultants

The conference is held in English and is aimed at :

  • Existing open source CFD software e.g. OpenFOAM® users
  • CFD Engineers seeking to investigate open source technology
  • Industry Managers and IT Implementers
  • Academia
  • Technology Consultants

Conference delegates will hear presentations and network with specialists from academia and various industries, including automotive, aerospace, power, renewable and chemicals. The conference will showcase the most cutting-edge technologies and techniques from the community worldwide, making it a must-attend for everyone who utilities Open Source CFD.

There are also training course available on following topics.

Introductory Programming Training in OpenFOAM® Technology (31st October - 2nd November 2012, Windsor UK)

This training is an introduction to the OpenFOAM® software structure. Trainees will be able to modify and create solvers or utilitiies and change some basic library components, such as turbulence models or boundary conditions. In general, the Programming Training is designed to enable the effective use of OpenFOAM® technology in every-day engineering problems.

Introduction to Turbulent Combustion Modelling using OpenFOAM® Technology (31st October - 2nd November 2012, Windsor UK) 

This 3-day training focuses on (U)RANS modelling and aims to get the participants familiar with the basic theoretical concepts used in turbulent combustion modelling and to provide hands-on exercises to apply the theory in practice.

Overall this is great opportunity for CFD lovers, make a most of it.


 

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ganesh-visavale

Dr. Ganesh is a leading researcher in computational engineering, sustainable energy and its application in process industry. He has done immence contribution in LearnCAx. Before he joined post-doctoral fellowship at IIT Delhi, he was the general manager at LearnCAx. He was instrumental in conceptualization, development and implementation of online education from CCTech for CAx professional. Ganesh has a number of publications both in international journal and conference proceedings. Before CCTech, he held the position of Associate Scientist in solar thermal division at Sardar Patel Renewable Energy Research Institute, Anand.

Ganesh holds Ph.D and M.Chem. Engineering from Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai (formerly UDCT Mumbai).


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