Short Course on Computational Fluid Dynamics in Rotary Positive Displacement Machines
4th Short Course and Forum: Computational Fluid Dynamics in Rotary Positive Displacement Machines
**ANNOUNCEMENT - Call for manuscripts for the Special Issue in Designs now OPEN**
About the Short Course
Following the success of three previous forums/short-courses on CFD in Positive Displacement Machines (PDM), in which there was strong participation from the compressor industry, CFD software providers and academia, this fourth event is dedicated to advanced topics in the application of CFD in PDM for industrial and research use. The main topics of the 4th short course and forum will be:
· Advances in grid generation, CFD tools and new techniques for PD machine analysis.
· Modelling leakage flows and conjugate heat transfer
· Prediction of clearance gap sizes during operation and application of modern FSI computations.
· Stability and accuracy of Multiphase flow calculations in PD machines
Presentations will be delivered by leading scientists and researchers from industry and academia, and will provide insight into new technologies and the state of the art in modelling PDM.
This short course and forum is organised by the Centre for Compressor Technology at City, University of London.
Click here to read the summary from the 2017 Forum/Short Course.
Designs - Special Issue (ISSN 2411-9660)
Participants from academia and industry are invited to submit their research manuscripts for publication in the special issue “Modelling, Analysis, and Design of Positive Displacement Machines” of Designs - an international, scientific, peer-reviewed, open access journal of engineering designs published by MDPI. Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2019. The Article Processing Charge (APC) is waived for well-prepared manuscripts submitted to this issue.
For information on how to submit your manuscript, please visit: mdpi.com/si/18800
Who should participate
This Special Issue and the short course/forum will be of interest to engineers; engineering managers and specialists from industry; students, researchers, and educators from academia; and anyone who is interested in modelling and design of rotary Positive Displacement Machines.
- Registration fees and details will be up shortly -