Computational Fluid Dynamics Workshop

Sunday, October 28, 2012, 9:00am-5:00pm EDT


The Particle Technology Forum's Computational Fluid Dynamics Workshop was developed for engineers who want to learn how to use modern computational tools to improve the performance and the design of multiphase fluidized beds and circulating fluidized beds. Commercial CFD codes are now widely available for this purpose, but they require an understanding of basic principles of multiphase flow physics and numerical methods for their effective use.

What you’ll learn

  • The differences between Eulerian-Eulerian and Eulerian-Lagrangian frameworks
  • The role of constitutive equations needed for closure including drag and collisional stresses
  • The basic numerical methods used to solve the governing equations in the CFD codes, and
  • How to run the IIT, FLUENT and Barracuda® Codes

Bring your laptop and learn how to run CFD code!

Course Pricing

Pricing for this one-day workshop is $299 for AIChE members and $399 for non-members.

How to register

Register today. Simply call customer service at 800-242-4363 in the U.S. or from outside the U.S. 203-702-7660, to add this exciting workshop to your Annual Meeting agenda.

Dimitri Gidaspow

Dimitri Gidaspow is a Distinguished Professor, Emeritus at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, and a Fellow of AIChE. At IIT he taught transport, thermodynamics and computational techniques, the last time in the summer of 2012, and guided about 60 PhD students.
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