9th OpenFOAM Conference
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It’s time to mark your calendar for this year’s OpenFOAM Conference. The 9th OpenFOAM Conference will take place October 19 - 20, 2021 as digital event! 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.
- Engage with experts from various industries and research bodies and find out objectively about the range of applications throughout various industries.
- Discover synergies through the combination of development tools and learn how you can use our solutions in your development projects and what they can achieve.
Presentations at a glance
From scanned CAD to an optimized car: aerodynamic shape optimization of an electric vehicle based on adjointOptimisationFoam
Mirza PopovacAustrian Institute of Technology
Turbulent flow pressure loss due to a design obstruction within small-scale channel
Jozsef NagyEulerian Solutions
Analysis of the behaviour of intracranial aneurysms with OpenFOAM
Nimal Sudhan Saravana PrabaharUniversity of Gothenburg
Modelling Tidal Power Plants (Deep Green) with Large Eddy Simulations and Actuator Line Model in a Narrow Domain
Christopher WollGNS Systems
Extremely large CFD simulations with OpenFOAM® benefit from standardized processes in the cloud - Experience report on the integration of automated workflows in highly complex IT environments
Emanuele GalloriniPolitecnico di Milano
A Methodology For The Aero-thermal Optimization Of Hybrid And Electric Propulsion Systems
Gregor OlenikKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
Accelerating OpenFOAM Simulations with GPUs using Ginkgo
Célio FernandesUniversity of Minho
A multi-scale approach for particle-laden viscoelastic flows using a discrete particle method
Valerio D'AlessandroUniversità Politecnica delle Marche
Multi-scale numerical modeling of saliva droplets airborne transport in relation to SARS-CoV-2transmission
Ana Isabel RorizUniversity of Minho
ML driven models to predict the drag coefficient of a sphere translating in shear-thinning viscoelastic fluids
Peyman HavaejGhent University
CFD-FSI analysis of two-dimensional Thermo-Elasto-Hydrodynamic Lubrication contacts
Hendrik HetmannUpstream CFD
Reducing turnaround time of high-fidelity automotive aerodynamics simulations using cloud HPC resources
Andre WeinerTU Braunschweig
Active control of the flow past a cylinder using deep reinforcement learning
Romain PolettiThe von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
Aerodynamics of hovering wings with the overset method and surrogate models
Cabin Thermal Comfort Analysis Using a Transient 1D-3D Coupled Analysis with TAITherm, OpenFOAM, and a 1D System Tool FMU
Gernot BoigerZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
A Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing Platform for OpenFOAM
Bercan SiyahhanZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Development of a Dynamic Eulerian-Lagrangian Particle OpenFOAM Solver for the Simulation of Powder Coating Processes
Real-time assessment of ventilation efficiency in mines
Markus FilippiEngineer and research assistant
Numerical study on lift and drag characteristics of reversible S-shaped Airfoils with different turbulence models
Ophir MaorHPC Advisory Council
The Effect of HDR InfiniBand and In-Network Computing on OpenFOAM Simulations
Barış BiçerTurkish Aerospace
Computaitonal Fluid Dynamics Applications in Turkish Aerospace using OpenFOAM
Agenda now available
We are happy to announce the preliminary agenda for the upcoming OpenFOAM Conference! We’ll have leading companies with us, such as AIT, GNS, Daimler, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, NTUA, Navasto, NVIDIA, ThermoAnalytics, Turkish Aerospace, University of Minho, Upstream CFD, ZHAW, and many more. For the first time we will also offer a new track on Artificial Intelligence. Click through the agenda and plan your conference days.
Extremely large CFD Simulations with OpenFOAM® Benefit from Standardized Processes in the Cloud
Christopher Woll, GNS Systems | October 20th, 2021 | 11:40 am
Learn from our experience report about the integration of a fully automated workflow in a highly complex IT environment. Based on an aircraft model made of coloured plastic terminal bricks we will show you how to achieve optimal aerodynamics simulations: With scalable resources in the cloud, completely automated workflows and clever job orchestration tools to significantly reduce the response time of simulation jobs. And finally, our model can even fly virtually!
Let's talk during the conference. We look forward to meeting you!
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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!
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.
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Future Engineering Data Management & HPC
Simulations with OpenFOAM require innovative data management due to large data sets. GNS Systems provides a unified environment to overcome these challenges. Our solution addresses all aspects of cost reduction, reliability and data consistency. Universal access to the growing number of data types and systems helps developers use complex data relationships for OpenFOAM simulations. Benefit from the process stability and high flexibility offered by a single system for engineering. The high traceability across system boundaries increases the validation of even highly complex scenarios in the shortest possible time.
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