2006 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science

2006 Multiphase Flow Workshop

2006 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Research
National Energy Technology Laboratory
Morgantown, WV
June 6-7, 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Vision
Ensure that by 2015 multiphase science based computer simulations play a significant role in the design, operation, and troubleshooting of multiphase flow devices in fossil fuel processing plants.


Workshop Objectives

  • Discuss outstanding research problems in computational multiphase flow applicable
    to fossil fuel processing
  • Develop an emerging technology roadmap for computational multiphase flow
  • Develop the plans for a collaboratory based on that roadmap

Workshop Documents


Technical Track Discussions

Track 1: Dense gas-solids flows and Granular flows.

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Track 2: Dilute Gas-Solids Flows

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Track 3: Liquid-solids/Gas-liquid flows

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Track 4: Computational Physics and Applications

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Workshop Organization

TRACK

CHAIR

CO-CHAIR

NETL CHAMPION

Track 1: Dense gas-solids flows and Granular
flows
P. Mort
(P&G)
J. McCarthy
(U. Pittsburgh)
R. Breault
Track 2: Dilute Gas-Solids Flows R. Patel
(ExxonMobil)
S. Subramaniam
(Iowa State)
S. Benyahia
Track 3: Liquid- solids /Gas-liquid flows P. Ma
(Air Products)
R. Fox
(Iowa State)
I. Gamwo
Track 4: Computational Physics and Applications R. Cocco
(PSRI)
C. Hrenya
(U. Colorado)
C. Guenther

 


NETL Organizing Committee: S. Benyahia, R. Breault, A. Cugini, I. Gamwo, C. Guenther, C. Ludlow, M. Massoudi, T. O’Brien, W. Rogers , R. Romanosky, M. Syamlal
External Advisor: S. Sundaresan ( Princeton )
Sponsoring NETL Technology Manager: Robert Romanosky, Advanced Research/Combustion
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