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October 13 - 15, 2020 - OpenFOAM Conference goes virtual
Join us for this exciting on-line experience
With so much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, ESI OpenCFD is pleased to announce that the currently scheduled in-person conference has changed to a virtual, on-line only, conference. If you would like to interact with other users and developers from across the world-wide OpenFOAM community, without the need for travel, and participate in the current and future governance of OpenFOAM, then join us for this exciting format.
This is the primary OpenFOAM event in all areas of CFD applications and process integration; useful for CFD engineers, managers, IT specialists, developers, consultants, researchers, students, and those seeking continuing professional development.
Benefit from an exciting mix of live and prerecorded presentations, live panel discussions and various networking activities. Create your own flexible agenda and get in touch with the OpenFOAM community.
Althea de SouzaChair of NAFEMS CFD working group
"Collaboration across the CFD community and continuing the V&V journey"
Thorsten StoesserProfessor of Engineering Fluid Mechanics - University College London
"Large-eddy simulations of airflow and aerosol transport on a London bus during the Covid-19 pandemic"
Sanjay MathurCFD Chief Architect
"Architecting CFD for the Industrial Scale"
This year's OpenFOAM Conference awaits you again with a balanced and comprehensive program. Among other things you can look forward to:
- Presentations on all technical aspects of OpenFOAM, from development to applications
- Panel discussions on key topics
- OpenFOAM Governance Technical Committee
- Updates from the Steering Committee
Conference agenda now available
We are pleased to announce that the agenda for the 8th OpenFOAM Conference is available now! This years' agenda offers the opportunity for the conference attendees to interact with an invited panel comprising members of the OpenFOAM Governance team including Technical Committee chairs. This will be a live discussion and Q&A session - please register your place and questions in advance.
All presentations at a glance (click for abstracts)
Three-Dimensional Simulation of Flow-Field around a Flapping Foil using Immersed Boundary Solvers of OpenFOAM
Chandan Bose, University of Liege
Turbulence modelling investigation for 3.5:1 prolate spheroid using adaptive-mesh refinement in OpenFOAM®
Marian Fuchs, Upstream CFD
New developments for numerical wave tanks for coastal and offshore applications
Gabriel Barajas Ojeda, IH Cantabria
CFD Modelling of Fuel-Air mixture formation in a GDI engine using OpenFOAM
Andrea Pati, TU Darmstadt
An overview on electrochemical simulation with OpenFOAM
Norbert Weber, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
Wall-Modeled Large-Eddy Simulations of Airfoil Trailing Edge Noise
Thomas Malkus, Ohio State University
Nonlinear Response Analysis of a Chord-Wise Flexible Flapper in the Wake of a Bluff Body using OpenFOAM
Rajanya Chatterjee, IIT Madras
Development of optimisation strategies to enhance the performance of NOx Postprocessor
Senthilathiban Swaminathan, MontanUniversität Leoben
Modelling of H2O2 flotation for removing microplastics from waste water
Emanuel Thom, University Freiberg
DEVELOPMENT OF AN EULERIAN SOLVER FOR FLUIDIZED BEDS UNDER DEACTIVATION CONDITIONS
Aitor Atxutegi, University of the Basque Country
Simulation of a catalytically assisted burner using a simplified combustion model
Henrik Rusche, Wikki
On the simulation of the Filling Stage of Thermoplastic Injection Molding using the Open-Source Solver openInjMoldSim
Célio Fernandes, University of Minho
Towards modeling of MHD effects on imploding liners in context of Magnetized Target Fusion approach
Victoria Suponitsky, generalfusion
High resolution urban air quality modeling using a multi-scale approach
Rakesh Kadaverugu, CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute
COMPREHENSIVE MODEL FOR BLAST FURNACE WITH TWO WAY COUPLING OF RACEWAY MODEL USING OPENFOAM
Prakash Abhale, Tata Steel
Lowering the obstacles for SMEs to adopt multi-physics biomass furnace simulations by providing a cloud based solution
Bernhard Peters, University Luxemburg
Analysis of different multiphase CFD models for aerated stirred bioreactors
Stefan Seidel, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Models for Turbulence and Thermodynamics in Simulating \\ Non-Premixed Combustion in a Cement Kiln
Domenico Lahaye, TU Delft
Numerical investigation on the microfluidic droplet coalescence under the influence of capillary-wettability interaction
Rakesh Majumder, National Institute of Technology
Dynamic Zone Flamelet Model (DZFM) - an efficient yet accurate turbulent combustion model implemented in OpenFOAM
Wei Yao, Chinese Academy of Sciences
An injection head to generate a stable falling liquid lm within a circular duct
Luis Alberto Borraz Jonapa, Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas
Modelling Gas and High-Viscous-Oil Slug Flow Regime to Estimate the Dispersed Phase Distribution Coefficient
Victor Pugliese, Texas Tech University
The Effect of HDR InfiniBand and In-Network Computing on OpenFOAM Simulations
Ophir Maor, HPC Advisory Council
OpenFOAM computational performance: double vs mixed precision
Federico Brogi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
A CPU-GPU paradigm to accelerate turbulent combustion and reactive-flow CFD simulations
Federico Ghioldi, Politecnico di Milano
Numerical Investigation of JAXA High-Lift Configuration using OpenFOAM
Baris Bicer, Turkish Aerospace Industries
Machine-learning based approach to global optimization and interactive design
Matthias Bauer, Navasto
Industrial simulation of multiphase and moving body flow using OpenFOAM and Visual-CFD
Nima Abbaspour, Wagner
Workflow Development for CFD Analysis on An Aerospace S-Duct
Ishan Nande, Beta CAE
Special thanks to our sponsors
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Be in touch with the OpenFOAM Community
The OpenFOAM conference brings together industry, researchers and consultants in all areas of CFD applications and Process integration; useful for CFD engineers, Managers, IT specialists, Developers, Consultants, Researchers, Students, those seeking Continuing Professional Development. We offer three days of technical presentations and workshops, complemented by virtual exhibitor displays and opportunities for one-to-one meetings with experts in the field. The new digital format won’t prevent you from engaging with like-minded professionals and networking at our group discussions and live chats.
Meet the experts
„Meet the Experts“ is designed to offer virtual one-to-one chats with the OpenFOAM experts; developers, application leads, members of the OpenFOAM Steering Committee and Technical Committee chairs. Appointments are available through the registration sheet for the conference. Please prepare your questions and book your slot!
Learn more about Application Best-Practices, Optimization or OpenFOAM made-easy in our digital workshops. The workshops are delivered by ESI OpenCFD and invited staff who have several years of experience at the sharp end of development and application, and in teaching fundamentals and higher-end practices.
Experience the digital OpenFOAM Conference
How will the digital event work?
The event platform that we’re using for our OpenFOAM Conference will be Attendify and Zoom. Within the platform you will be able to join interactive sessions, enter private chat rooms, enjoy available content as well as live presentations and you will be offered various chat functions.
How does Attendify work?
Attendify is very intuitive and runs straight out of your web browser. In addition to the web platform we recommend to use the Attendify App as well as it offers further features like Q&A, Group Chats or Ratings & Reviews for sessions. Attendify works best in the following browsers: Chrome and Firefox
What's included in the event platform?
- Enter live from your devices
- Connect and network with other attendees
- Live chat function to interact and ask questions
- Build your profile, link your social media accounts
- Explore the sponsoring and exhibition area
Why you should be part of it
- Engage with experts from various industries and research bodies
- Find out objectively about the range of applications throughout various industries
- Discover synergies through the combination of development tools
- Learn how you can use our solutions in your development projects and what they can achieve
- As always, the program is embedded in an attractive supporting programm that inspires the exchange of ideas and networking with like-minded people
What do the attendees have to say?
The OpenFOAM User Conference provides an excellent opportunity to meet and exchange with the OpenFOAM makers, development and user community - A conference to attend! Gilles Reichling, Goodyear
The 2nd OpenFOAM User Conference was a great chance to know and exchange experiences and knowledge with the rest oř OpenFOAM community. We need it every year regularly. The community is growing up! Andrea Penza, TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH
Interested in Becoming a Sponsor?
We offer innovative sponsoring opportunities from which you can easily choose those appropriate for your company or combine various options. Please feel free to contact us for further information or individual sponsorship ideas. We are looking forward to receiving your order form. For all questions regarding our virtual exhibition and sponsorship please contact us.
Manuela.Joseph [at] esi-group.com