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Presenters for the 2011 FLOW-3D World Users Conference

Speakers have been announced for the 2011 FLOW-3D World Users Conference. Go here for a list of poster authors and their topics.

2011 Presenters and Topics


Fluid structure interaction: a finite element solver within FLOW-3D
James M. Brethour and Amir H. G. Isfahani, Flow Science

Flow Science development roadmap for FLOW-3D
Michael Barkhudarov, Flow Science

FLOW-3D Version 10: Key User Interface Changes
Edward LeBlanc, Flow Science


Application of FLOW-3D for spillway design, construction, and environmental assessment
Kevin M. Sydor, Paul G. Chanel, and Shuangming Wang, Manitoba Hydro; David S. Brown, KGS Group

Comparison of simulation and experiment for self-sustained oscillation of a confined impinging jet
Shirish Mulay, Lexmark International, Inc.

Evaluation of hydraulic power losses in the intake and outlet structures of a hydroelectric powerhouse using FLOW-3D models
Laurent Bilodeau, Hydro-Québec

FLOW-3D simulations for the casting of metallic nuclear fuels
Justin Crapps, David Korzekwa, Robert Aikin, and Bogdan Mihaila, Materials Science and Technology Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Nano-morphology analysis of imprinted glassy alloy thin films by a FDM method
N. Nishiyama, N. Saidoh, K. Takenaka, RIMCOF Tohoku Univ. Lab., The Materials Process Technology Center; and A. Inoue, IMR, Tohoku University

Numerical analysis of a siphon spillway on a dam
Kwangho Lee, Yukang Industries; Jungeun Moon, STI C & D, Inc; and Sungyul Yoo, STI, Inc.

Numerical simulation of centrifugal casting of pipes with FLOW-3D
Erhard Kaschnitz, Austrian Foundry Research Institute

Optimization of HPDC process using flow simulation - case studies
A.Pari, CRP (India) Private Limited

Optimizing spillway and fishway design through FLOW-3D modeling
Frank Lan, URS Corporation

Recent computational experiments with the air-entrainment model of FLOW-3D
Fabián A. Bombardelli, University of California; Ines Meireles, University of Aveiro;  Vitor Sousa and Jorge Matos,Technical University of Lisbon

Spillway CFD modelling – The challenges ahead
Karen Riddette and David Ho, WorleyParsons


What if you could freely interact with your transient FLOW-3D data while it was moving through time? What if your data was 50 times smaller? What could you accomplish?
Shane Wagner, Intelligent Light

Wizards and automatic post processing of FLOW-3D data using EnSight
Kevin Colburn, Computational Engineering International

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