CFD Computational Fluid Dynamics
Thirteenth International Conference on
Computational Fluid Dynamics
in the Minerals and Process Industries

4-7 December 2018, InterContinental Hotel, Melbourne, Australia

CFD2018    

CSIRO is pleased to announce that the next conference in this series

13th International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries

will be held in Melbourne, Australia, 4-7 December 2018

The conference will focus on the application of CFD in the oil and gas, metal production, mineral processing, power generation, chemicals, food and other process industries.

The conference will be held in conjunction with the Second International Symposium on Computational Particle Technology.

A one page flyer on the conference can be downloaded here.

The deadline for abstracts is 31st July, 2018.


Details for authors planning to submit an abstract is available here.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

      • CFD practitioners
      • R&D and plant managers
      • Post-graduate students
      • Process engineers, metallurgists and engineering specialists involved in the process industries

CFD2015    

A brief summary of our previous conference can be viewed here
and various photographs taken at
the conference can be viewed here.

Proceedings from the conference are now online.


The conference's opening address was given by Jonathan Law.

Keynote speakers were:
     Prof. David Keyes,
King Abdullah Uni. of Sci. & Tech. (KAUST), Saudi Arabia
     Prof. John Lowengrub,
Department of Mathematics, Uni. of California, USA
     Dr. Ingo Eick,
Hydro Aluminium, Germany
     Dr. Mohan Srinivas,
ANSYS Inc., India.
     Prof. Huilin Lu,
Harbin Institute of Technology, China

The conference focused on the application of CFD in the oil and gas, metal production, mineral processing, power generation, chemicals, food and other process industries.

The conference continued a successful series of meetings aimed at promoting and advancing the application of CFD in the minerals and process industries where technologies often involve challenging aspects such as multiphase flow, combustion, phase change, non-Newtonian flow, etc.

The program presented papers on a wide variety of applications including coal combustion, hydrocyclones, casting, fluidised beds, smelting, furnaces, slurries, steel making, crystallisation, stirred tanks, bio-engineering, granular flow and many others.


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