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Online course on Magnetohydrodynamics in the Light of Astrophysical Dynamos’ Analytic, Asymptotic and Numeric Application
Magnetohydrodynamics is subjected to wide range of scientific and technology applications starting from metal casting, nuclear power stations, etc and finishing with astrophysical dynamos where greatest achievements in analytic, asymptotic and numeric approaches are reached recently. Those approaches will be presented, such that they could be used in many other scientific and industrial applications and also in simulation of planetary, Solar, stellar and galactic magnetic activities.
Date: September 19, 2022 - September 29, 2022
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Organizer: National Institute of Technology Warangal
Application Areas: Astrophysics, Aerospace, Geophysical, Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics, General CFD, Fuel Cells
Special Fields: Finite Volume Methods, Finite Difference Methods, Aeroacoustics & Noise, Aerodynamics, Incompressible Flows, Fluid Mechancis, Boundary and Interior Layers, Hydrodynamics, Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics
Type of Event: Online Event, International

This course provides training in the application of the modern 
astrophysical dynamos’ based mathematics to a wide range of 
problems in various science and technology. Emphasis will be 
placed on the formulation of problems, on the analytical, 
asymptotical and numerical techniques for a solution, the 
computation and presentation of results. The primary 
objectives of the course are as follows:
i) Elucidate the fundamentals of the dynamos’ analytic, 
asymptotic and numeric applications.
ii) Introduce the computational methods necessary for the 
dynamos’ numeric modeling.
iii) Derive the magnetohydrodynamics’ induction and dynamo 
iv) Generalize magnetohydrodynamics’ analytic, asymptotic and 
numeric approaches for using in the other scientific and 
industrial applications.
v) Application of methods mentioned above in modeling of the 
planetary, Solar, stellar and galactic magnetic activities.
Event record first posted on May 29, 2022, last modified on May 30, 2022

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