Best Practices in Multiphase Flow Modeling Training
LEAP Australia is pleased to announce a visit to Australia by Dr Markus Braun, Team Leader, Multiphase development team, ANSYS Inc. Dr. Braun will present a training course in Best Practices in Multiphase Flow Modelling to be held in Melbourne on the 13th & 14th December 2012.
The course will comprise a mixture of lectures and example case studies which will allow attendees to gain a first hand knowledge of all multiphase modelling approaches available in ANSYS CFD and their suitable application to industrial problems. Topics to be covered will include the modelling of:
- Dense and dispersed particulate solids
- Liquid sprays and droplets
- Liquid-liquid systems
- Liquid-gas systems
- Free surface flows
For more information on this topic, download an Overview of Multiphase Models available in ANSYS CFD.
Who should attend? This course is a rare opportunity for all engineers & managers working with CFD simulations involving multiphase flow, in both an industrial or research environment.
Date: 13-14th December, 2012
Course Fee; $1,800* + GST
Course Fees: The course fees include a full set of printed course notes, plus lunch and refreshments throughout the course.
* A 50% discount applies to academic staff and full-time students.
TO REGISTER: Please fill out this registration form using the relevant course details above.
About the Presenter
Dr. Markus Braun studied mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen, receiving his Diploma in 1989. He finished his studies with the award of the Springorum Denkmunze for excellent students at RWTH Aachen. Markus then joined the Institute for Heat Transfer at RWTH Aachen where he worked on condensation of multi component mixtures and simulation of continuous fiber spinning. In 1995, Markus joined FLUENT Deutschland GmbH as a Support and Consulting Engineer. In 2000, he took over development of the Euler/Lagrange model in FLUENT and became the head of the functional group of the "Discrete Phase Model" and supervised the development team in Germany working on models to describe multiphase flows, turbulence, plasma flows, fuel cells, and numerical schemes. In 2006, Markus became the technical lead for development in Euler/Lagrange multiphase flow modeling at ANSYS Inc.