German OpenFoam User meetiNg 2017

NOFUN goes GOFUN

21./22. März 2017 , Braunschweig (Germany)

Location: Haus der Wissenschaften, Braunschweig, Germany

organized by the

The intent of the meeting is to provide an opportunity to meet and discuss/exchange ideas with OpenFOAM users.

The attendance is free of charge. Please register

Community Day, Tuesday 21st March 2017

Time

Event

11:00-11:30

Registration

11:30-10:40

Welcome

11:40-13:00

Plenary Talk

From Finite Volumes to DGM and Flux reconstruction

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:30

Community tutorials (parallel)

Overset grids in OpenFOAM (Andreas Groß, University of Rostock)
Adjoint theory in OpenFOAM (Thorsten Grahs, TU Braunschweig) 
Automation of OpenSource CAE Software (Hannes Kröger, silentdynamics)

15:30-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-17:30

Community tutorials (parallel)

Heat transfer in OpenFOAM (Johann Turnow, silentdynamics)
Ship resistance analysis (Hannes Kröger, silentdynamics) 
Particle simulation with OpenFOAM (Robert Kasper, University of Rostock)
Linear Solver and Preconditioner (Thorsten Grahs, TU Braunschweig)

18:00-open end

Social event

 

Conference Day, Wednesday 22st March 2017

Time

Event

09:00-09:10

Welcome

09:00-16:00

Talks confirmend

 

  • Björn Landmann (ESI-OpenCFD): Custodians of OpenFOAM
  • Stephen Sachs (Cray): Scaling OpenFOAM on Supercomputer
  • Charles Mockett (CFD solution, Berlin)
  • Yanek Mayer (Yacht Research Unit Kiel): Development and application of a new free surface flow solver
  • Heiko Winterberg (Volkswagen AG); Aerodynamic optimization of low pressure axial fans with OpenFOAM
  • Thomas Schumacher (engys): Geometry and solution methods for Adjoint optimization
  • Thorsten Grahs (TU Braunschweig); Adjoint Thermo Simulation
  • Johann Turnow (silentdynamics); Using OpenSource CAE Software efficiently
  • Hannes Kroeger (silentdynamics); Insight CAE - a scripting toolbox for OpenFOAM
  • Thomas Blacha (Audi); Application of the Adjoint Method for Vehicle Aerodynamic Optimization
  • Dag Feder (TU Hamburg); Tracking coherent vortices in the presence of numerical diffusion
  •  Christian Janßen (TU Hamburg); OpenFOAM on MultiGPUs

Registration

 

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