September 13, 2019
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We are pleased to announce an Electro- and Magnetohydrodynamics Thematic Session for ICTAM 2020 (FM18).
Milano will be hosting the 25th International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (25th ICTAM) from 23 to 28 August 2020. This edition will follow the 24th ICTAM held in Montreal in August 2016. ICTAM congresses are organized under the auspices of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM) and gather every four years the mechanics community from around the world.
The essential information about ICTAM can be found at https://www.ictam2020.org/thematic-sessions
Abstract submission begins on 1st – October – 2019.
The congress is organized in thematic sessions, of which them being Electro- and Magnetohydrodynamics (FM18). This session is also a unique opportunity to bring together the EHD and MHD communities, in order to highlight all the scientific ingredients common to these scientific disciplines.
We are welcoming submissions on such topics as
- liquid metal MHD, both fundamental and applied to industrial problems
- astro- and geophysical MHD, including planetary interiors, convection and dynamo problems
- numerical and experimental methods in MHDs,
- electrohydrodynamic flows in liquids,
- EHD Microfluidics, spraying and atomization
not excluding other topics on electro- and magnetodhydrodynamics
Please forward this message to colleagues interested in this thematic session or in ICTAM, and do not hesitate to contact us for any questions.
Alban Potherat and Laurent Davoust,
organizers of the Electro- and Magnetohydrodynamics Session.
August 21, 2019
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(from Tom Weier, Dresden, Germany)
The joint 14th World Congress in Computational Mechanics and ECCOMAS Congress is expected to be one of the largest computational mechanics and applied mathematics events ever organized with an expected participation from all parts of the globe, representing multiple sectors, academia, industry and government institutions.
Through the organization of minisymposia, it will both cover the latest developments in all aspects of computational mechanics, computational fluid dynamics and applied mathematics in conjunction with industrial needs as well as emerging ones. This congress shall fully engage computational mechanics in the XXI century.
A mini-symposium on fluid dynamics of liquid metal batteries (LMB) will be organized in the framework of the ECCOMAS 2020 congress to be held on July 19-24, 2020 in Paris. The proposed minisymposium aims to support the trending interest in the topic of LMBs, to offer a platform for discussion, and to facilitate future collaborations. While the focus shall be on fluid dynamics, lectures on other aspects of LMBs and related devices (e.g., aluminum reduction cells) will be equally welcome and considered to be in the scope of the minisymposium. Topics to be addressed include: mixing and mass transfer, natural convection, magnetohydrodynamic instabilities, electro-vortex flows, electrochemistry of LMBs, scale-up, and grid integration as well as stack design and heat transfer.
Abstracts can be submitted to the conference website after September 15, 2019. Please contact the mini-symposium organizers, Tom Weier, Wietze Herreman and Oleg Zikanov if you have any questions.
April 29, 2019
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(from Andris Jakovics, Latvia)
October 14-18 2019
University of Latvia
MHD Modelling PhD-School is a practical hands-on course on simulation of complex liquid metal magnetohydrodynamics processes. The main goal of participants will be to learn to work with open-source software, modifying code and applying it to specific systems with liquid metal flow in electromagnetic field.
The main topics are:
- Electromagnetic mixing and pumping;
- Electromagnetic semi-levitation and free surface dynamics;
- Electrovortical flows;
- Bubbly flows in magnetic field.
The course has three parts:
- lectures covering topics from modern experimental techniques to promising MHD applications, as well as introduction to simulation tools and methods;
- numerical modelling of MHD phenomena using both commercial (ANSYS) and open-source (OpenFOAM, ElmerFEM, getDP, EOF-Library) software;
- laboratory experiments for demonstration and numerical model validation.
After the introductory lectures participants will be assigned small projects within the abovementioned topics and will present the results at the end of the course.
Laboratory for mathematical modelling of environmental and technological processes, University of Latvia (Dr. Andris Jakovics, email@example.com)
Institute of Electrotechnology, Leibniz University of Hannover (Prof. Bernard Nacke, firstname.lastname@example.org)
More info: http://www.modlab.lv
Participation fee: 150 EUR (till 20. July), 250 EUR (regular)
Online registration: http://ej.uz/MHD2019