The NETL 2019 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science was held in Morgantown, WV at the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place on August 6 - 8. The Workshop brought together leaders from industry, academia, and government laboratories to discuss current projects and future R&D in the area of Multiphase Flow Science. It continues to promote innovation and research into multiphase flow numerical modeling and experimentation.
There were 2 posters, 42 presentations and over 68 attendees. This year’s Workshop covered topics such as particle dispersion and deposition in inhomogeneous turbulent flows and data-driven smart proxy for computational fluid mechanics. Special sessions detailed NETL's MFiX Software Suite with presentations on MFiX and Exascale Computing, MFiX suite quality assurance program, the Nodeworks optimization and uncertainty quantification toolset, and Tracker, an open-source particle tracking velocimetry application applied to multiphase flow reactors. The MFIX Software Suite is open source software and is available to registered members of the NETL MFS website at https://mfix.netl.doe.gov/mfix/.
The sharing of research and experience is valuable to the work of moving Multiphase Flow Science forward. We are pleased to host this event and look forward to future workshops.
To read more about the presentations featured at this year’s workshop, click here.