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Multiphase Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer
The course will begin with a brief introduction to various multiphase flows and their applications followed by mathematical models and governing equations for disperse and separated multiphase flows. The key components of the course will involve Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches and their implementation to solve practical problems using Ansys-Fluent. All the needed mathematical models and the numerical methods, and the detailed numerical set up will be presented.
Date: March 12, 2019 - March 17, 2019
Location: Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Organizer: Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad
Special Fields: Multiphase Flows
Softwares: FLUENT
Deadlines: March 5, 2019 (registration)
Type of Event: Course, International

Prof. Ramesh Agarwal of Washington University at Saint 
Louis (USA) will be the Resource person for this course, 
who is an internationally known academic, researcher and 
practitioner with proven knowledge, experience, and 
demonstrable ability in teaching, consultancy, research, 
and training in the field of Computational Fluid 
Mechanics and Heat Transfer including the Multiphase CFD 
and Heat Transfer. The host faculty will assist in the 
tutorials/demonstrations who teaches Applied Mathematics 
and Computation, and Computational Fluid Dynamics courses 
at PG level regularly. 

The primary objectives of the course are as follows:
i) Expose the participants to multiphase flow modelling 
and numerical simulations.
ii) Build the confidence and capability amongst the 
participants in solving multiphase flow problems using 
the Eulerian and Lagrangian modelling approaches.
iii) Provide exposure to practical problems and the 
numerical methodology for obtaining the solutions to
multiphase flow problems on computers
iv) Enhance the capability of the participants to 
formulate, analyze and numerically solve the complex
multiphase flow and heat transfer problems.
Event record first posted on January 9, 2019, last modified on January 25, 2019

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