Gothenburg Region OpenFOAM User Group Meeting, November 20th, 2019

Send a mail to hakan.nilsson@chalmers.se if you are interested in participating. The presentation slots are filled in as I get contributions. The meeting is free of charge and open to anyone (Gothenburg, Sweden, Europe etc.), and the purpose is to bring together people working with OpenFOAM to get to know each other and share experiences. It is in particular a good occasion for OpenFOAM users at the SNIC resources (from all of Sweden) to meet and learn from each other.

Note:

·         JOIN THE OFGBG MAIL LIST TO STAY INFORMED ABOUT OpenFOAM ACTIVITIES: https://groups.google.com/group/ofgbg. Send a mail to ofgbg1 at gmail.com to get help if needed. You can opt-out any time.

(and the LinkedIn group 'OFGBG', which is less sure to get information distributed: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13544152)

·         The meeting is an official meeting place for OpenFOAM users at the SNIC resources all over Sweden.

Pictures

Location

Teknikparken, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Agenda

9:00-10:25

·         Welcome talk, Håkan Nilsson (5min)

·         20s short presentation by all participants (20min)

·         Ebrahim Ghahramani: Numerical prediction of small scale cavities using a hybrid mixture-bubble model (15+5min) Slides

·         Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki: dbnsCavitatingFoam: A compressible density based solver with an equilibrium cavitation model (15+5min) Slides

·         Abolfazl Asnaghi: Tip vortex flows in marine applications (15+5min) Slides

10:25-10:40

·         Coffee

10:40-12:00

·         Thomas Schumacher: An automated method for the aerodynamic modelling of grooved tires (15+5min) Slides

·         Timofey Mukha: Plans and activities of OpenFOAM's Technical Committee on Turbulence (15+5min) Slides

·         Nicolas Edh: Immersed boundary method, overset and morphing meshes for estimating loads on Kaplan turbines - preliminary work (15+5min) Slides

11:45-12:50

·         Lunch and discussions

12:50-13:50

·         Luis Fernando Garcia Rodriguez: Topology optimization of Rotational flow through the continuous adjoint differentiation (15+5min) Slides

·         Saeed Salehi: Quantification of epistemic uncertainties in the k-ɛ model coefficients (15+5min) Slides

·         Olle Penttinen: Towards geometry independent uncertainty quantification, based on deep learning (15+5min) Slides

13:50-14:05

·         Coffee

14:05-15:05

·         Mohsen Karimi: Interfacial mass transfer in syngas fermentation - A single bubble study (15+5min) Slides

·         Silje Kreken Almeland: Numercial modelling of air entrainment in hydraulic engineering (15+5min) Slides

·         Wenyuan Fan: varRhoTurbVOF: A new set of volume of fluid solvers for turbulent isothermal multiphase flows in OpenFOAM (15+5min) Slides

15:05-15:20

·         Break (no coffee)

15:20-17:00

·         Huadong Yao: Partitioned method for fluid-structure interaction developed based on OpenFOAM and FEM solvers (15+5min) Slides

·         Timofey Mukha: Large-eddy simulation of an internal ship air cavity (15+5min) Slides

·         General discussions and conclusions (~??min)
Possible topics:
Problems and solutions
Next meeting – how to organize
Community – Wiki, Portal, SVN/GIT, Forum

Organization and funding:


Organizer:

Håkan Nilsson

Chalmers

Mechanics and Maritime Sciences

http://www.chalmers.se/am/SV/forskning/forskningsavdelningar/stromningslara/.cps_portlets/portlet_787293714/downloadFile/image/strommning.jpg

Funding of the time of Håkan Nilsson for the organization:

Funding of coffee breaks and lunch:

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Funding of presentation room:

Chalmers
Mechanics and Maritime Sciences

http://www.chalmers.se/am/SV/forskning/forskningsavdelningar/stromningslara/.cps_portlets/portlet_787293714/downloadFile/image/strommning.jpg

 

 

Registered attendees
(who will get lunch and coffee for free):

1.      Håkan Nilsson, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Fluid Dynamics, Chalmers, Sweden

2.      Thomas Schumacher, Engys, Great Britain

3.      Timofey Mukha, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Marine Technology, Chalmers, Sweden

4.      Luis Fernando Garcia Rodriguez, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

5.      Naixian Lu, Volvo Cars, Sweden

6.      Eysteinn Helgasson, Volvo Cars, Sweden

7.      Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Marine Technology, Chalmers, Sweden

8.      Johan Andersson, RISE, Sweden

9.      Olle Penttinen, RISE, Sweden

10.  Raik Orbay, Volvo Cars, Sweden

11.  Narges Tabatabei, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

12.  Torbjörn Virdung, Volvo Cars, Sweden

13.  Gustavo Hindi, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden

14.  Meisam Farzaneh Kaloorazi, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Fluid Dynamics, Chalmers, Sweden

15.  Mohsen Karimi, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Fluid Dynamics, Chalmers, Sweden

16.  Martin Hammas, Volvo Cars, Sweden

17.  David Kallin, Volvo Cars, Sweden

18.  Håkan Jonsson, Volvo Technology Corporation, Sweden

19.  Silje Kreken Almeland, NTNU, Norway

20.  Eric Baudoin, MAN Energy Solutions, Denmark

21.  Saeed Salehi, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Fluid Dynamics, Chalmers, Sweden

22.  Wenyuan Fan, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

23.  Nicolas Edh, Vattenfall (Forsmark), Sweden

24.  Mohammad El-Alti, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden

25.  Huadong Yao, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Fluid Dynamics, Chalmers, Sweden

26.  Abolfazl Asnaghi, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Marine Technology, Chalmers, Sweden

27.  Ebrahim Ghahramani, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Marine Technology, Chalmers, Sweden

28.  Rickard Bensow, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Marine Technology, Chalmers, Sweden

29.  Efthymia Chatzivasiloglou, BETA CAE Nordic AB, Sweden

30.  Pascal Veber, Ringhals AB, Sweden

31.  Teddy Hobeika, Volvo Cars, Sweden

32.  Surya Kiran Peravali, Berlin, Germany

33.  Rickard Ehleskog, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden

34.  Anton Persson, Volvo Car Corporation, Sweden

35.  Örjan Fjällborg, LKAB, Sweden

36.  Mark Herskind, Grundfos, Denmark

37.  Mehran Javadi, Master student, Chalmers

38.  Marko Vikström, Kongsberg Hydrodynamic Research Center, Sweden

39.  Stig Svennberg, Kongsberg Hydrodynamic Research Center, Sweden

40.  Aurelia Vallier, Tetrapak, Sweden

41.  Salome Sabine Schärer, Volvo Car Corporation, Sweden

42.  Tove Audhav, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden

43.  Saber Mohammadi, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Div. of Fluid Dynamics, Chalmers, Sweden

Note to myself: Dietary requests in tex/OFGBG19.

Previous meetings

http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG18/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG17/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG16/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG15/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG14/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG13/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG12/
http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/OFGBG11/

Accomodation

For those of you travelling to Chalmers, here are some suggested hotels:
SGS Veckobostäder - This is a student-apartment-like alternative (~10min walking)

Quality Hotel Panorama – This is located closest to Chalmers (~5min walking).

 

List of hotels close to Chalmers:

1.Normal standard:
City Hotel
Hotel Royal
Hotel Vasa AB
Hotel Flora AB
2. High standard:
Quality Hotel Panorama
Hotel Opalen
Hotell Liseberg Heden
Hotel Novotel
Grand Hotel Opera AB
Hotel Riverton AB
3. Very high standard:
Hotel Avalon
Elite Plaza Hotel
4.
Cheap alternatives:
Youth Hostel Stigbergsliden
Hotel Nice B&B
5. Other:
Info from go:teborg&company
More hotels