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Abstract submission is now open
Abstract can be submitted through this LINK. Due to the Corona virus, the deadline is extended to June 15, 2020. The extended deadline is offered on a first come, first served basis and will be stopped when a maximum number of abstracts is reached.  There will be a limit on 1 scientific contribution to each participant. All authors with accepted abstracts are encouraged to submit a full paper. The papers will be reviewed and if accepted included in the conference proceedings. The proceedings will be filed with ISBN and ISSN numbers.

Template - Microsoft Word
Template - LateX (zip file)

  • If your abstract is accepted, submit you full paper in PDF-format to before September 1.
  • The template can be downloaded here. Note that the Latex file might require some personal hacking and support will not be provided.
  • The file extension should be renamed from zipp to zip.

The scope is exemplified by:

  • CFD Fundamentals and Methodology:
    Meshless methods (DEM,SPH, ...), Population balance methods, Fluid structure interaction, Bubble and droplet dynamics, Lagrangian methods, Turbulence modeling , Fluidized/packed beds, Granular flows, Free surface flow, Multiphase heat and mass transfer, Multilevel/multiscale, Uncertainty quantification, Cut cells, Immersed boundary.
  • Flow & Chemistry:
    Rheology , Emulsion physics, Surfactants and interphases.
  • Measurements for CFD Validations:
    LDA, PIV, UDV, tomography, fiber optics, New techniques, Experimental validation studies, Benchmark cases.
  • Industrial Applications:
    Biochemical processing, Casting and solidification, Chemical looping combustion – CLC, Chemical Reactors, Electrolysis, Emission control, Furnace design, Fouling/Clogging, Heat Exchangers, Jets, sprays and burners, Metal Refining, MHD, Multiphase pipeline transport , Mixing, Oil & Gas, Oil/water separation, Process industries, Process metallurgy, Separation, Stirred tanks, Water treatment, Wind engineering and Plasma technology.
  • Biomechanics:
    Cardiovascular flow, Airway flow, Patient specific simulation, Virtual surgery
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