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DANSIS research seminar 2010
Technical University of Denmark, building 101A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Wednesday 12 May 2010, 9.00 - 16.30

DANSIS invites you to a seminar with presentations of research in fluid mechanics related to industrial applications. The seminar will be a meeting between researchers at Danish universities and companies dealing with fluid mechanical processes. The presentations will mainly cover current or newly defended Ph.D projects.

We encourage all members of the Danish fluid mechanics environment to participate in the event. It will be a unique possibility to get an insight into ongoing research at Danish universities and to pass new knowledge and inspiration to your organization. Moreover, you may also identify possible candidates for future job positions in your company.

8.30 Registration
9.00 Welcome
Henrik Hassing, Chairman of DANSIS
9.10 Overview of fluid mechanical activities at DTU
Professor Jens Nørkær Sørensen, DTU Mechanical Engineering
9.30 Overview of fluid mechanical activities at Aalborg University
Associate professor Henrik Sørensen, Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University
9.45 Ph.D. presentations:
Function and form: What can we learn from plants (Kåre Hartvig Jensen)
3D cavitation simulation on marine propeller (Keun Woo Shin)
10.15 Coffee break
10.45 Ph.D. presentations:
NOX-modelling in CFD for coal/biomass (Jesper Møller Pedersen
Swirling flow in two-stroke Diesel engines (Sajjad Haider)
Piston surface heat transfer in large Diesel Engines (Michael Jensen)
LES in swirling burner (Yang Yang)
Inside-out tomography (Jimmy Kjærsgaard-Rasmussen)
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Ph.D. presentations:
Vortex generator induced vortices (Clara Velte)
Design and analysis of wing tips (Jakob Borby)
Load control concepts for wind turbine blades (Peter Bæk)
Code for analyzing dynamic flap response (Néstor Ramos García)
Flapping airfoils in flowing soap films (Teis Schnipper)
14.15 Coffee break
14.45 Ph.D. presentations:
Turbulence modulation by non-spherical particles (Matthias Mandø)
Bubble growth dynamics (Jørgen Sylvest)
Water nanodroplets on silica surfaces (Harvey A. Zambrano)
Chaos in Body-vortex interactions (Johan Rønby)
15.45 Ph.D. project in collaboration with industry
Professor Henrik Carlsen, Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering
16.00 Strategic uses of Ph.D. projects
Niels Anker Olsen, Vestas
16.15 Closing remarks
Henrik Hassing
16.00 End

If you want to participate in the meeting, you should register for the seminar at our website no later than May 9 (click for registration). Members of DANSIS can participate in the seminar free of charge. Non-members are also invited to participate at a fee of 400 DKK. DANSIS will host an informal lunch. All participants will receive a copy of the printed proceedings.

Register for the meeting


DANSIS - The Danish Society for Industrial Fluid Dynamics     Email: dansis@dansis.dk