Finnish OpenFOAM® Users Day 2012 - Training
|Date:||08.06.2012 08:30 - 08.06.2012 16:30|
The event aims to gather together people to share their experiences and ideas of using OpenFOAM®. Any person already using or starting to use the software may found the event useful. We attempt to keep the day informal, but organized and informative - come along! Please, use the web registration form below.
Call for presentations
Participants have an opportunity to contribute to the event with 20-30 min presentations (in Finnish or in English). Please, send an indication about a planned talk to the organizers as early as possible. Preliminary titles of the presentation are welcome. The title can be refined until the deadline for the final program, which is 28th of May 2012. The program will be kept updated on this web page.
The title of the talk and a estimation for presentation time is asked to be sent to Esko Järvinen by an email, firstname.lastname@example.org.The event is following OpenFOAM Introduction Course organized at CSC.
8.30 Registration and coffee
9.05 On accuracy of statistics of turbulent heat convection with large eddy simulations in OpenFOAM
Pekka Röyttä, Lappeenranta University of Technology
9.35 Pump simulations with hexahedral meshes
Petri Majander, Corriente Oy
10.20 Development of Runge-Kutta Solvers for Large-Eddy Simulation Using OpenFOAM for Various
Ville Vuorinen, Aalto University
10.50 Efficient use of OpenFOAM in industry
Oskar Elmgren, Elmer Technology Development Oy Ab
11.20 Localised adjoint optimisation - Better and faster CFD-driven design
Kati Laakkonen, Icon Ltd
12.40 LES of Static and Moving Engine-like Geometries Using OpenFOAM
Jukka-Pekka Keskinen, Aalto University
13.15 An OpenFOAM based solver for simulation of subcooled nucleate boiling
Juho Peltola, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
14.30 Cloud computing platform for human airway simulations
Ville Tossavainen, Morpheus Medical Inc.
15.05 CFD Simulations and Wind Tunnel Experiments of a Generic Split-Canard Air-to-Air Missile at
High Angles of Attack in Turbulent Subsonic Flow
Tomi Honkanen, Aalto University
15.40 Discussions16.15 End of the day