Event Date/Time: Oct 31, 2005 End Date/Time: Nov 02, 2005
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The success of the first two International Conferences on Multiphase Flow, held at the University of Central Florida in 2001 and at the University of New Mexico in 2003, has led to the reconvening of the Meeting in Portland, Maine in 2005. Fluid dynamics is one of the main topics of applied mathematics and physics, with its study being one of the most challenging areas of computational mechanics.

The simulation of fluid dynamic problems is always a serious test to any numerical method, in particular when dealing with complex non-linear transient problems. In addition, if the fluid interface (or interfaces) is unknown or moves throughout the flow process, as in the case of multiphase flow processes, the problem becomes more computationally demanding due to the initial indeterminacy of a surface where boundary or matching conditions have to be satisfied. New advanced numerical methods and computer architectures have greatly improved the ability to solve complex multiphase flow problems.


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For further information about this conference please visit the conference website at: http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2005/mpf05/index.html or contact the Conference Secretariat at kbanham@wessex.ac.uk