[NotiAMCA] Invitation to Symposium "Coupled Problems in Engineering Applications" at the 13th World Congress in Computational Mechanics and 2nd Pan American Congress on Computational Mechanics (New York, July 2018).
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Vie Dic 22 16:24:21 ART 2017
we would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the Mini-Symposium:
"1316 - Coupled Problems in Engineering Applications" organized by Facundo
Del Pin, Rodrigo R. Paz, Hugo G. Castro and Iñaki Çaldichoury, for the 13th
World Congress in Computational Mechanics jointly with the 2nd Pan American
Congress on Computational Mechanics that will take place in New York City,
USA in July 22-27, 2018.
Please, see the Mini-Symposium description at the bottom of this email.
Important dates and links:
Deadline for presenting a one page abstract: December 31, 2017
Acceptance of the contributions: February 15, 2018
Congress date: July 22-27, 2018
Mini-Symposium page: http://www.wccm2018.org/MS_1316
Please note that when submitting a paper you need to register on the
congress website (payment is not needed at this step) and you should chose
among the Conference Topics the one with the title of this MS: "1316 -
Coupled Problems in Engineering Applications".
We hope to meet you at the congress.
Facundo Del Pin (LSTC): fdelpin en gmail.com
Rodrigo R. Paz (LSTC): rodrigo.r.paz en gmail.com
Hugo G. Castro (IMIT-CONICET-UNNE): castrohgui en gmail.com
Iñaki Çaldichoury (LSTC): inaki en lstc.com
- Livermore Software Technology Corp. Livermore, CA, USA.
- IMIT-CONICET-UNNE, Argentina.
COUPLED PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS
The focus of this session is to discuss numerical methods and/or
engineering applications that involve coupling or interaction between
several numerical disciplines to achieve an accurate solution. These kind
of problems have been studied for several years and the results have been
applied in numerous engineering endeavors. More recent developments in the
area of parallel computing have allowed researchers to replace assumptions
or simplifications by the full approximation of the conservation equations
providing more detailed and accurate representation of the reality.
Although parallel computing is not the main focus of this MS presenters are
encouraged to share their experience in this area. Coupled problems are
regarded as problems where two or more domains approximate different sets
of conservation laws and where the final solution depends on their
interaction. Some examples include:
* Medical devices, stents deployment, artificial heart valves.
* thermal/electromagnetic/structural coupling
* conjugate heat transfer and cooling problems,
* fluid-structure interaction,
* wave energy generation devices,
* dam break and impact problems,
* wind loads in civil structures,
* pollutants transport in air, water and soil environments,
* vibration and flutter analysis.
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