1st Symposium on

Dispersed Two-Phase Flows

21-27 September 2013, Rodos Palace Hotel, Rhodes, Greece

ICNAAM - 2013

11th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics

« Dispersion, Deposition and Agglomeration »


"Dispersed Two-Phase Flows : Dispersion, Deposition and Agglomeration"

Organizers : Anne Tanière, Boris Arcen, and Cristian Marchioli

The prediction of turbulent dispersed two-phase flows is a key research issue to many industrial, environmental and medical applications. The behavior of nano- to microsized particles (either solid particles, bubbles, or droplets) immersed in a fluid flow is governed by several physical mechanisms which are not, up to now, completely understood. Investigations of particle/turbulence interaction, particle/wall interaction or particle/particle interaction are primordial to have a more detailed understanding of dispersed-two phase flows. The main objective of this symposium is to provide a frame of the current research on the numerical simulations or modeling aspects of dispersed two-phase flows, and to share ideas and valuable results.

The major research topics relevant for the symposium are as follows:

All the papers presented during ICNAAM will be published in American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Proceedings.

News : The abstract submission deadline was postponed to May 8, 2013

Flow around a fiber at Re = 240 for three different values of the incidence angle

This Symposium is held under the auspices of COST, an intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and Technology, allowing the coordination of nationally-funded research on a European level. Within its Forest, Products and their Services (FPS) domain, COST supports an Action on "Fiber Suspension Flow Modelling". Several talks of the 6th scientific meeting of this COST Action.