Adaptive Methods for Flow Computation (AMFLOW 2001)

Event Detail

General Information
Monday, October 22, 2001 - Wednesday, October 24, 2001
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Target Audience:
Academic Oriented
SFB at Heidelberg University and AMIF Heidelberg, Germany
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The theme of the workshop is the combination of traditional
methods for numerically solving flow problems with new
approaches to adaptive mesh design and error control.
This includes a posteriori error estimation in finite volume
and finite element methods, techniques for local mesh
optimization, post-processing and efficient solution methods
on such locally refined meshes.
The underlying models are the Navier-Stokes equations for
incompressible as well as compressible flows with special
emphasis on viscous and low-Mach number effects. In addition,
multi-component flows, chemically reactive flows and
multi-phase flows are of interest. Applications of interest
are for example, in micro-flows, chemical flow reactors,
fluid-structure interaction, optimal control of flows, etc.