Numerical Heat Transfer 2005, EUROTHERM Seminar 82 (NHT05)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 13, 2005||End Date/Time: Sep 16, 2005|
|Registration Date: Mar 15, 2005|
|Early Registration Date: Feb 28, 2005|
|Abstract Submission Date: Feb 28, 2005|
|Paper Submission Date: May 15, 2005|
The objective of the Numerical Heat Transfer 2005 EUROTHERM Seminar 82 is to provide a forum for the presentation of new approaches to the numerical solutions of heat transfer problems. Methods of interest include all well established and efficient numerical techniques like finite volume method, finite elements and boundary elements. Special attention is paid to complex thermal problems from engineering practice, solved by hybrid methods and their coupling to multiphysics processes.
Numerical Heat Transfer 2005 EUROTHERM Seminar 82 is of importance to all scientists, engineers and PhD students who are actively involved in developing innovative approaches, as well as in solving a variety of industrial problems. This Conference will also create favourable conditions for establishing and strengthening of scientific links between Western and Eastern research communities.
Papers are invited on the following topics:
Numerical Heat Transfer and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Computational Methods in Modelling of Boiling, Condensation & Drying.
Computational Problems for Heat Exchangers.
Computational Heat Transfer in Turbomachinery.
Control of Thermal Systems.
Inverse Thermal Problems and Optimization.
Artificial Intelligence in Thermal Problems.
Validation and Verification of Thermal Models.
Modelling of Natural/Forced/Mixed Convection.
Modelling of Micro-Scale Heat Transfer.
Modelling of Melting & Solidification.
Heat Conduction & Insulation.
Thermal Processes and their Coupling to Multiphysics Phenomena.
Thermal Problems in Multiphase Flows.
Heat Transfer in Porous Media.
Heat Pipes & Heat Transfer Enhancement.
Biomedical Heat Transfer.
Environmental Heat Transfer.
Numerical Heat Transfer in Energy Conservation & Renewable Energy.
Thermal Radiation and Combustion.
Industrial Applications and Other Problems.