Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineerin (Facoltà Ingegneria Civile e Industriale)
Via Eudossiana 18; 00184, Rome, Italy
Lecture Hall: We will put indications for reaching the room in the Faculty hall.
Access to the University procedure due to Covid-19:
Please contact ERCOFTAC CADO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Fees(reduction of 50 € applies to ERCOFTAC members):
Each delegate will receive a free copy of the book BPG CFD for Dispersed Multiphase Flows; lunches and coffee breaks are included.
Please note course fees do NOT include accommodation
All locally valid contact restrictions as a consequence of the Corona Virus have to be respected during the course. The requirements on the size of the lecture room are respected. We appreciate your understanding and your support.
|8:30||Registration and Coffee|
|8:45||Introduction to the course; Characterisation of multiphase flows (30 min) - Martin Sommerfeld (OvGU)|
|9:15||Numerical methods for multi-phase flow (45 min) - Martin Wörner (KIT)|
|10:00||Numerical methods for multi-phase flow (Lattice-Boltzmann Method) (30 min) - Martin Sommerfeld (OvGU)|
|10:30||Refreshments (30 min)|
|11:00||Industrial challenges and needs for the application of CFD to industrial dispersed multiphase flows (60 min) - Olivier Simonin (IMFT)|
|12:00||Lunch (60 min)|
|13:00||Forces on particles, droplets and bubbles (60 min) - Martin Sommerfeld (OvGU)|
|14:00||Euler/Lagrange method, fundamentals, implementation and coupling (60 min) - Martin Sommerfeld (OvGU)|
|15:00||Refreshments (30 min)|
|15:30||Numerical simulation of erosion/deposition in rotating turbomachinery (45 min) - Paolo Venturini (SUdR)|
|16:15||Modelling non-spherical particles behaviour in dispersed multi-phase flow (45 min) - Martin Sommerfeld (OvGU)|
|17:00||Q & A (30 min)|
|8:30||Continuum Multi-Fluid approach, different modelling levels, particle-laden flows (60 min) - Olivier Simonin (IMFT)|
|9:30||Multi-Fluid (Euler/Euler) approach, liquid-gas, bubbly flows (60 min) - Martin Wörner (KIT)|
|10:30||Refreshments (30 min)|
|11:00||Multiphase models for flow cavitation (45 min) - Vincenzo Armenio (SUdR)|
|11:45||Resolved numerical simulations for small-scale processes and model development (45 min) - Martin Wörner (KIT)|
|12:30||Lunch (60 min)|
|13:30||Modelling elementary processes in dispersed multi-phase flows (solid particles, spray droplets and bubbles) (60 min) - Martin Sommerfeld (OvGU)|
|14:30||Coupling of flow and discrete particle method; CFD/DEM Simulations (60 min) - Olivier Simonin (IMFT)|
|15:30||Refreshments (30 min)|
|16:00||Test case calculations and examples of application (30 min); Summary of available test cases, channels, jets, sprays, fluidised beds - ALL|
|16:30||Problem shooting session, presentations from participants (90 min); (Registration required, please submit your proposal, we will try our best to help solving your problem) - ALL|
Multiphase Flows Rationale
The simultaneous presence of several different phases in external or internal flows such as gas, liquid and solid is found in daily life, environment and numerous industrial processes. These types of flows are termed multiphase flows, which may exist in different forms depending on the phase distribution, such as separated and dispersed systems. Examples are gas-liquid transportation, crude oil recovery, circulating fluidized beds, sediment transport in rivers, pollutant transport in the environment and atmosphere, fine particle separation, cloud formation, fuel injection in engines, bubble column reactors and sprays for food processing, to name only a few. As a result of the interaction between the different phases such flows are rather complicated and very difficult to describe theoretically.
Consequently, the numerical calculation of multiphase flow systems based on CFD methods also comprises a multitude of different numerical methods each applicable to certain types of multiphase flows and resolving different length and time scales of the problem. The present course focusses on numerical simulations of dispersed multiphase flows and the required modelling of particle-scale phenomena. The hierarchy of available numerical techniques for the different scales in multiphase flows (i.e. particle-scale and industrial-scale simulations) is presented. Both the well-known Euler/Euler and Euler/Lagrange approach, suitable for large-scale simulations of industrial processes, are introduced in detail. Required modelling for particle-scale transport phenomena is presented and the use of particle-resolved direct numerical simulations for their development is emphasised. Examples of a number of advanced models are presented and their effects on large-scale processes are highlighted.
This course is rather unique as it is one of few in the community that is specifically designed to deliver:
a) best practice guidance
b) the latest trends in CFD for dispersed multi-phase flows
c) many application examples
The course appeals to researchers and engineers involved in projects requiring CFD
for turbulent dispersed multi-phase flows with bubbles, drops or particles.
Moreover, delegates are offered the opportunity to present their work via 10 minute presentations (problem-shooting session), thereafter, the lecturers can offer prospective solutions. Registration is required: email@example.com
Example of Multiphase Flow Simulations