Theme: Evolution in Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics

Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016
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Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016

OMICS International cordially invites all the participants to attend "Global Summit and Expo on Fluid dynamics & Aerodynamics" during August 15-16, 2016 at London, UK.

Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016 Conference brings together experts, researchers, scholars and students from all areas of Mechanical engineering, Aerospace engineering, Aeronautics, Computational fluid dynamics and other related areas, Biomedical, Blood circulation, Plate tectonics, Ocean currents, oil pipe lines, evolution of stars.

 

Track 1Fluid Dynamics

Fluid dynamics is "The branch of knowledge that's involved with the movement of liquids and gases". Fluid dynamics is one among 2 branches of mechanics, that is that the study of  varieties  of fluidic flows, fluids and the way forces have an effect on them.

Fluid dynamics provides ways for learning the evolution of stars, ocean currents, weather patterns, morphology and even blood circulation. Some vital technological applications of fluid dynamics embody rocket engines, wind turbines, oil pipelines, Reacting flow & dynamics and air-con systems. Flow also can be either stratified or turbulent. Stratified flows area unit is sander, whereas turbulent flows area unit a lot of chaotic. One vital consider determinative the state of a fluid’s flow is its consistence, or thickness, wherever higher consistence will increase the tendency of the flow to be stratified  and fluid mechanics

CFD conference finds wide applications in industries like Automotive, part and Defence, Electrical and physical science, and Energy. Within the part and Defence business, CFD is employed to style fuel systems, engine core compartments, cockpit and cabin ventilation, missiles, and submarines, and additionally in aeromechanics style.

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Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics conference, August 15-16, 2016 London, UK, International Conference on Physics June 27-29, 2016 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 2nd Mesoscopic and Condensed Matter Physics Conference October 27-29, 2016, Chicago, USA, Annual Astronomy and Astrophysics Congress December 08-10, 2016 Dallas, USA, 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering October 03-04, 2016 Orlando, USA, Conference on Structural Dynamics and Nonlinear, Diagnosis, Marrakech, Morocco, May 23-25, 2016, International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics 03 Jul 2016 - 09 Jul 2016 London, United Kingdom, International Conference on Nuclear Physics 11 Sep 2016 - 16 Sep 2016 Adelaide, Australia, Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics 12 Oct 2016 - 15 Oct 2016 Vancouver, Canada, 6th International Symposium on High-Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy 11 Jul 2016 Heidelberg, Germany, American Society of Thermal and Fluid Engineers Australian Fluid Mechanics Society, The International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers, World Scientific and Engineering Academy society

Track 2Numerical Methods 

The early history is given of the prolific development of CFD conference  ways within the Fluid Dynamics cluster (T-3) at town National Laboratory within the years from 1958 to the late Sixties. several of the presently used numerical methods: PIC, MAC, Vorticity-stream-function, ICE, beer ways and therefore the k-e methodology for turbulence- originated throughout now. The remainder of the paper summarizes this analysis in T-3 for CFD, turbulence and solids modelling. The analysis areas embrace reactive flows, multi material flows, point flows and flows with spacial discontinuities. additionally summarized square measure trendy particle ways and techniques developed for big scale computing on massively parallel computing platforms and distributed processors.

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Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics conference, August 15-16, 2016 London, UK, 2nd Mesoscopic and Condensed Matter Physics Conference October 27-29, 2016, Chicago, USA, International Conference on Physics June 27-29, 2016 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering October 03-04, 2016 Orlando, USA, Annual Astronomy and Astrophysics Congress December 08-10, 2016 Dallas, USA, 6th International Symposium on High-Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy 11 Jul 2016 Heidelberg, Germany, International Conference on Nuclear Physics 11 Sep 2016 - 16 Sep 2016 Adelaide, Australia, Conference on Structural Dynamics and Nonlinear, Diagnosis, Marrakech, Morocco, May 23-25, 2016, International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics 03 Jul 2016 - 09 Jul 2016 London, United Kingdom, Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics 12 Oct 2016 - 15 Oct 2016 Vancouver, Canada, American society of Mechanical Engineers, Korean Society of mechanical engineersStructural Dynamics Technical CommitteeAerodynamic Measurement Technology Technical Committee 

Track 3: CFD Methodology 

The volume occupied by the fluid is split into separate cells (the mesh). The mesh is also uniform or non-uniform. The physical modelling is outlined – for instance, the equations of motion + heat content + radiation + species conservation Boundary conditions area unit outlined. This involves specifying the fluid behaviour and properties at the boundaries of the matter. For transient issues, the initial conditions are outlined. Some ways in methodologies area unit Discretization method, turbulence models, 3 ways of CFD calculations for a rotary engine etc.., the simulation is started and also the equations area unit resolved iteratively as a steady-state or transient. Finally a postprocessor is employed for the analysis and mental image of the ensuing resolution and in fluid mechanics lectures.

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2nd Mesoscopic and Condensed Matter Physics Conference October 27-29, 2016, Chicago, USA, 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering October 03-04, 2016 Orlando, USA, Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics conference, August 15-16, 2016 London, UK, Annual Astronomy and Astrophysics Congress December 08-10, 2016 Dallas, USA, International Conference on Physics June 27-29, 2016 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, International Conference on Nuclear Physics 11 Sep 2016 - 16 Sep 2016 Adelaide, Australia, 6th International Symposium on High-Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy 11 Jul 2016 Heidelberg, Germany, Conference on Structural Dynamics and Nonlinear, Diagnosis, Marrakech, Morocco, May 23-25, 2016, Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics 12 Oct 2016 - 15 Oct 2016 Vancouver, Canada, International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics 03 Jul 2016 - 09 Jul 2016 London, United Kingdom, Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee , Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments Technical CommitteeThermophysics Technical CommitteeAmerican physical socitey

Track 4Navier-Stokes Equation

These equations describe how the velocity, pressure, temperature, and density of a moving fluid are related. The equations are extensions of the Euler Equations and include the effects of viscosity on the flow. These equations are very complex, yet undergraduate engineering students are taught how to derive them in a process very similar to the derivation. The equations are a set of coupled differential equations and could, in theory, be solved for a given flow problem by using methods from calculus. But, in practice, these equations are too difficult to solve analytically. In the past, engineers made further approximations and simplifications to the equation set until they had a group of equations that they could solve. Recently, high speed computers have been used to solve approximations to the equations using a variety of techniques like finite difference, finite volume, finite element, and spectral methods. This area of study is called Computational Fluid Dynamics or CFD.

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Track- 5: Heat Transfer systems

It defines the interchange of thermal energy, between material systems depending on the heat and mass by disintegrating heat. The essential modes of heat transfer are transference or diffusion, convection and radiation. It includes Nuclear energy, Heat transfer in fire and ignition and Heat transfer in automated equipment and fluid mechanics equipment.

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Track 6Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics is that the approach air moves around things. The foundations of mechanics make a case for however Associate in nursing heavier-than-air craft is ready to fly & forces engaged on the moving flight. Something that moves through air reacts to mechanics. A rocket blasting off the launch pad and a kite within the sky react to mechanics. Fluid mechanics lecutures even acts on cars, since air flows around cars. Mechanics issues may be classified in step with whether or not the flow speed is below, close to or higher than the speed of sound is named subsonic if all the speeds within the problem are but the speed of sound, sonic if speeds each below and higher than the speed of sound are gift supersonic once the characteristic flow speed is bigger than the speed of sound, and hypersonic once the flow speed is far larger than the speed of sound in fluid mechanics eqipment. Aerodynamicists disagree over the precise definition of hypersonic flow; a rough definition considers flows with Ernst Mach numbers higher than five to be hypersonic. Helicopters and different kinds of rotorcraft became an important a part of trendy aviation. Such craft are capable of setting out and landing vertically from nearly any surface, though this capability comes at a big value, as well as higher power needs for flight and also the ultimate onset of many aeromechanical “barrier” issues that limit flight performance and fluid mechanics

The influence of consistency within the flow dictates a 3rd classification. Some issues could encounter solely terribly tiny viscous effects on the answer, during which case consistency may be thought of to be negligible. The approximations to those issues are known as in sticky flows. Flows that consistency can't be neglected are known as viscous flows.

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Track 7CFD Models

In procedure modelling of turbulent flows, one common objective is to get a model that may predict quantities of interest, like fluid speed, to be used in engineering styles of the system being modelled are mostly pointed in CFD conference. For turbulent flows, the vary of length scales and quality of phenomena concerned in turbulence build most modelling approaches prohibitively expensive; the resolution needed to resolve all scales concerned in turbulence is on the far side what's computationally attainable. the first approach in such cases is to make numerical models to approximate unresolved phenomena. This section lists some commonly-used procedure models for turbulent flows.

Turbulence models is classified supported procedure expense, that corresponds to the vary of scales that area unit modelled versus resolved (the additional turbulent scales that area unit resolved, the finer the resolution of the simulation, and so the upper the procedure cost). If a majority or all of the turbulent scales don't seem to be modelled, the procedure value is incredibly low, however the trade-off comes within the style of diminished accuracy. a number of CFD models giant eddy simulation, Bubbly flows in vertical pipe, Basic Discretization ways, Finite distinction methodology and fluid mechanics equipment.

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Track 8Supersonic Flight

Supersonic flight brings with it substantial technical challenges, because the aeromechanics of supersonic flight square measure dramatically completely different from those of subsonic flight, specifically, mechanics drag rises sharply because the craft passes the sonic regime, requiring abundant bigger engine power and a lot of efficient airframes. Supersonic craft typically use low bypass turbofans as they furnish smart potency below the speed of sound additionally as above; or if extended super cruise is required turbojet engines square measure fascinating as they furnish less enclosure drag at supersonic speeds in fluid mechanics equipment. Flowing will speed up or impede regionally at completely different points over associate craft. Within the region around physicist one, some square measures could expertise supersonic flow whereas others are subsonic. This regime is termed sonic flight. Because the craft speed changes, pressure waves can type or move around. This could have an effect on the trim, stability and controllability of the craft, and therefore the designer has to make sure that these effects square measure taken under consideration in the slightest degree speeds and in fluid dynamics physics. Spike Aerospace’s S-512 is planned for industrial supersonic flights over water from the U. S. to London and Tokyo. It’ll fly at one, 100 mph with a Mach number of one.6. The Supersonic Magnetic Advanced Generation Jet electrical rotary engine (S-MAGJET), designed by Sonic Blue part for Hyper Mach’s Sonic Star craft.

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Track 9Wind Tunnel

Wind tunnels are massive tubes with air moving within. The tunnels are accustomed copy the actions of associate object on the wing. Researchers use wind tunnels to find out additional concerning however associate craft can fly. NASA uses wind tunnels to check scale models of craft and artificial satellite are physical science wind tunnels. Some wind tunnels are sufficiently big to carry life-size versions of vehicles. Within the structure air moves around associate object, creating it look like the thing is basically flying. Most of the time, powerful fans move air through the tube. The thing to be tested is mounted within the tunnel so it'll not move. The thing will be a tiny low model of a vehicle. It will be simply a chunk of a vehicle. It will be a life-size craft or artificial satellite. It will even be a typical object sort of a ball. The air touring the still object shows what would happen if the thing were moving through the air. However the air moves will be studied in numerous ways in which. Smoke or dye will be placed within the air and may be seen because it moves. Threads will be hooked up to the thing to indicate however the air is moving. Special instruments live usually accustomed measure the force of the air on the thing.

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Track- 10: Applications of aerospace technology

It is a field that explains about the specialized side of aviation missions instead of flight preparing or support administration. It Includes Communications satellite applications, Remote detecting satellite applications, Navigation satellite applications, Satellite and launcher innovation, Ultra wideband advances for space applications, Science and stargazing and Astrobiology.

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Track 11CFD in Medical and Biology

CFDRC’s process drugs & Biology (CMB) Division is pioneering multi scale modelling for bod physiology, injury and interventional/pharmacological treatment. It provides Avatars for personalised drugs and Health Care and a Military War fighter Avatar for assessing war fighter injuries and optimizing war fighter performance and protection. Medical, technology and pharmaceutical analysis, each educational and industrial are utilizing the benefits of CFD tools to arrange subtle and specialised multi-physics models and in fluid mechanics lectures. The advantages of those numerical approaches have allowed to achieve deeper insight into several physical and biological phenomena and provided a wonderful tool for predicting performance of devices throughout the look part. In several applications, the virtual capability of CFD conference is exchange experimental add the research lab with the flexibility to regulate and isolate governing parameters. In apply the CFD tools compress the look and development cycle needed for prototyping and testing new devices. CFD applications in Medical and Biology are Microfluidic applications in cell mechanics and mechanobiology, 2 part flow in pulmonic airways and in fluid dynamics physics.

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Track 12Thermo-Fluid Dynamics

Combining antecedent unconnected procedure ways, this treatise discusses the most recent basic schemes and algorithms for the answer of fluid, heat and mass transfer issues as well as electrodynamics. It presents the mandatory mathematical background of procedure fluid dynamics physics, the numerical implementation and also the application to real-world issues. Explicit stress is placed throughout on the employment of magnetic force fields to regulate the warmth, mass and fluid flows in melts and on natural action phenomena throughout the action of pure materials and binary alloys. However, the book provides far more than formalisms and algorithms; it additionally stresses the importance of excellent, possible and possible models to know complicated systems, and develops these intimately. a completely comprehensive guide to thermal systems style covering fluid dynamics, natural philosophy, heat transfer and natural philosophy power cycles Bridging the gap between the elemental ideas of hydraulics, heat transfer and natural philosophy, and also the sensible style of thermo-fluids parts and systems, this textbook focuses on the look of internal fluid flow systems, whorled heat exchangers and performance analysis of station systems and even fluid mechanics equipment. The topics are organized in order that every builds upon the previous chapter to convey to the reader those topics aren't complete things throughout the look method, which all of them should move to provide a self-made style.

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OMICS International cordially invites all the participants to attend "Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics" during August 15-16, 2016 at London, UK.

Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016 Conference brings together experts, researchers, scholars and students from all areas of Mechanical engineering, Aerospace engineering, Aeronautics, Computational fluid dynamics and other related areas, Biomedical, Blood circulation, Plate tectonics, Ocean currents, oil pipe lines, evolution of stars.

 
Why To Attend???

Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016 Conference brings together experts, researchers, scholars and students from all areas of Mechanical engineering, Aerospace engineering, Aeronautics, Computational fluid dynamics and other related areas, Biomedical, Blood circulation, Plate tectonics, Ocean currents, oil pipe lines, evolution of stars.

Opportunity to attend the presentations delivered by eminent Scientists, researchers, experts from all over the world. Participation in sessions on specific topics on which the conference is expected to achieve progress. Global networking in transferring and exchanging Ideas. Share your excitement in promoting new ideas, developments and innovations in Fluid & Aerodynamics.

 

  Target Audience

·         Researchers

·         Scientists

·         Directors of Research Laboratories

·         Aerospace Engineers

·         Mechanical Engineers

·         Professors

·         Design Engineers

·         Students

·         Managers & Business Intelligence Experts

·        Research students and Research Institutes

·         Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives

 

 

 

                                          Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics

                                                 Theme: Evolution in Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics”

                                                                August 15-16, 2016 London, UK.

 

About Conference

Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016 welcomes attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Madrid, Spain. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics (Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016)” which is going to be held during August 15-16, 2016 London, UK.

The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Fluid & Aerodynamics 2016, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world.

 

Overall Analysis

The Global CFD market is expected to post a CAGR of 13.33% during the period 2012-2016. The Global CFD market is driven by many growth factors. One of the major growth drivers in the market is increasing demand from developing countries. However, the increasing popularity of open-source CFD software could affect the growth of the market during the forecast period.

Germany dominates the European market for commercial aircraft seating and is expected to remain a major market in the coming years. It is expected to hold a market share of 29.2% by the end of 2014.

The AGP strategy sets out the creation of a new Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) to support the delivery of a long-term, targeted technology strategy. Government funding for the ATI will reach £150m annually by 2014/15 and will be committed for a seven-year period. Industry is committed to matching this investment.  The institute will allow industrial and academic researchers to develop technology plans for the next generation of quieter, more energy-efficient aircraft in line with the AGP strategic goals.

The worldwide Commercial Aircraft market is currently worth about 34 Bio ECU of which the European industry has been successful in securing a 35% share. Current assessments of future market trends suggest an annual growth of between 4.6-5.9%, underlining the socio-economic importance of the Civil Aircraft market to Europe.

Scope & Importance of Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics research

CFD brings revolution in both engineering & medical fields. It has been considerable growth in the development and application of CFD in all aspects of fluid dynamics. CFD has become a standard modelling tool widely utilised within industry. Research in fluid dynamics and aerodynamics underpins a number of areas (eg. microfluidics, complex fluids) and is of significant importance to aerospace, process industries and emerging technologies such as wind power. The importance of aerodynamics has been highlighted in 2012 by the creation of the UK Aerodynamics Centre accompanied by significant investment in applied research in the area1. The UK has an internationally-leading reputation, particularly regarding the quality of modelling, as evidenced by three Programme Grants awarded in this area. The International Review of Mathematical Sciences 2010 (IRMS 2010) highlighted the UK as a world leader in fluid mechanics, especially the theoretical aspects. Alongside the key centres there are also a number of smaller groups that make a significant contribution with internationally-competitive research. The UK has a strong track record of developing computational fluid dynamics software packages; while Fluent and CFX are the two most widely used computational fluid dynamics packages in the world, a more recent example is the open-source package Open FOAM.

Understanding the motion of air around an object enables the calculation of forces and moments acting on the object. Research in aerodynamics ranges from the much applied in support of vehicle design to the very fundamental such as investigations into multi-phase flows. Aerodynamics is the way air moves around things. The rules of aerodynamics explain how an airplane is able to fly. Anything that moves through air reacts to aerodynamics. A rocket blasting off the launch pad and a kite in the sky react to aerodynamics. Aerodynamics even acts on cars, since air flows around cars. Basing on the aerodynamics research so many new inventions like Supersonic flights, supersonic vehicles, different model cars, racing cars.

Why London?

London is the world's leading financial centre for international business and commerce and is one of the "command centres" for the global economy. According to Brookings Institution, London has the fifth largest metropolitan economy in the world, after Tokyo, New York City, Los Angeles and Seoul. By way of comparison, London's economy is roughly the same size as that of Sweden or Iran.  London is the most populous region, urban zone and metropolitan area in the United Kingdom. It generates approximately 22 per cent of the UK's GDP. 841,000 private sector businesses were based in London at the start of 2013, more than in any other region or country in the UK. 18 per cent are in the professional, scientific and technical activities sector while 15 per cent are in the construction sector. Many of these are small and medium-sized enterprises.  A substantial industrial plant remaining in operation is Ford Dagenham, the largest diesel engine manufacturing site in the world. Food and drink manufacture remain in places.London was the region containing the lowest proportion of employees engaged in UK manufacturing.

It is one of Europe's largest financial centres and the largest in U.K.  The city has 17 universities and over 30 research centres

London is a city of new technologies & new innovations, so many research institutes, universities are focused on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics

As an industrial centre London retains its advantages in infrastructure, as a transport hub, and as the location of headquarters of many companies. Industries based on advanced technology are acquiring much more importance here than in the rest of U.K.

Major Associations on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics

·         International Association for Computational Mechanics

·         British Fluid Power Association

·         National Fluid Power Association

·         Mathematical Association of America

·        VkiAlumni Association

·         Asian Fluid Mechanics Committee

·         European Car Aerodynamic Research Association

·         The Supersonic Tunnel Association

·         The International Association for Vehicle System Dynamics

·         Subsonic Aerodynamic Testing Association

·         Aircraft Research Association

·         Association for the Development of Industrial Aerodynamics

Major companies associated with Fluid & Aerodynamics

·         BMT Fluid Mechanics

·         ARUP

·         Fluid Mechanics Valve Company

·         DANTEC Dynamics

·         Fluid Mechanics, Inc.

·         Fluid Dynamics Pvt. Ltd.

·         S & C Thermofluids Ltd

·         L.A. Turbine

·         Tetra Research

·         TSI

·         Environmental xprt

·         Altair HyperWorks

·         World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society

·         SLIPSTREEM Aerodynamics

·         Aerodynamics

·         AT Dynamics

Major societies for Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics

·         APS Division of Fluid Dynamics

·         National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films

·         Australasian fluid mechanics society

·         European Mechanical Society

·         IAHR Fluid Mechanics Committee

·         Bifurcations and Instabilities in Fluid Dynamics

·         Fluid Power Society

·         CFD Society of Canada

·         Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee

·         International Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Society

·         Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

·         American physical society fluid dynamics

·         NAFEMS

·         The Von karma Institute of Fluid Dynamics

·         The Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics

·         NASA

·         American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

·         Aeronautical Society of India

·         American physical society division of fluid dynamics

Major Research Institutes

·         IOP Science

·         The Von Karman Institute of Fluid Dynamics

·         FDRI

·         HZDR

·         Fluid Control research institute

·         AIA

·         Laboratory for Fluid Dynamics, Pattern Formation and Biocomplexity

·         Centre for Fluid Mechanics and Computational Science

·         Aerospace Computational Design Laboratory

·         Massachusetts Institute of Technology

·         TsAGI

·         TUM

·         STOKES LABORATORIES

·         Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

·         Southwest Research Institute

·         Fluid Mechanics Research Laboratory

·         FLUID MECHANICS AND TURBULENCE Research Group

·         The Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics

·         Schlumberger Gould Research Center

·         Courant Institute of Mathematical science

·         Institute of Fluid Science - Tohoku University

·         Group for Research and Application in Statistical Physics

·         Geodise

·         Fluid Mechanics, Energy and Combustion Group

·         Complex Fluids Group - National University of Mexico

·         The Institute of Fluid Mechanics of Toulouse

·         Avic Aerodynamics research institute

 

Top Universities

·         University Of   London

·         City University London

·         University Of   East London

·         UCL Institute Of   London

·         Kingston University 

·         London  Metropolitan University

·         London  South Bank University

Target Audience

·         Directors of companies

·         Researchers

·         Professors

·         Lecturers

·         Scientists

·         Students

·         Managers & Business Intelligence Experts

·         Research students and Research Institutes

·         Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives

Market Report

The commercial Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) market is around $750M/year worldwide having grown at a remarkable average rate of about 13% year-on-year since 2000. The visible market potential globally for CFD in the near future has been estimated at $2.9bn showing that this market is far from saturated and is, in fact, a set of sub-vertical industries, each with their own particular needs and drivers

Sub-sectors such as Automotive, Military-Aerospace, HVAC, Chemical Process, Materials Processing, Power Generation and Electronics…

CFD tool sub-sectors for differing user demographics – high-end general-purpose analyst tools, designer focused tools, industry focused tools, upfront tools…

The Global CFD market to grow at a CAGR of 12.85% over the period 2013-2018

TechNavio's analysts forecast the CAD market in the Aerospace and Defence Industry in APAC to grow at a CAGR of 7.29% over the period 2014-2019.

TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global CFD market in the automotive industry to grow at a CAGR of 18.23 % over the period 2014-2019.

TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) market in the Aerospace and Defence industry to grow at a CAGR of 12.7% over the period 2010-2014.

BHR Group, the independent research and technology organisation specialising in the application of fluid engineering to industrial processes, is preparing for expansion thanks to a £2.6m investment of growth capital from BGF.

Cable hailed the investment, which includes funding for low carbon engines, as a key step in maintaining Britain's position as the second biggest producer in the world aerospace industry. The sector is poised to undergo a rapid expansion in the coming decades driven by demand from emerging economies for new airliners potentially worth millions of pounds in exports for UK businesses.

The latest cash injection into the industry will be split between the taxpayer and the private sector, led by an investment of £40m each in a programme steered by Rolls-Royce to develop greener aircraft engines. The announcement was rounded out by joint investments of £15m in 11 research and development projects, £6m in educating 500 aeronautical engineers to master's degree level and an extra £20m investment from the aerospace industry in a centre of excellence for aerodynamics.

A new National Wind Tunnel Facility (NWTF) that will keep the UK at the forefront of aerodynamic and fluid mechanics research was announced today by David Willetts, Minister for Science and Universities, as he toured the Honda wind tunnel facilities at Imperial College London.

The total funding for the Facility is £13.3 million, with £10.7 million coming from The EPSRC and £2.6 million from the UK Aerodynamics Centre.

“The Government will be investing in a further 900 students through an additional 19Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs), bringing our total investment in CDTs to £390 million," he said. “In addition, universities, industry and other charitable partners will be adding a further £174 million to support the training of tomorrow’s scientists and engineers. The combined public and private investment amounts to £764 million.”

Investment in this research area will be maintained, relative to others in the portfolio. This will ensure the UK continues to have an internationally-leading reputation for fundamental advances in flow modelling across all scales, but with increased emphasis on fluid-surface interaction and integration across scales, and in flow measurement and experimental validation of models. Collaboration involving mathematics, modelling, simulation and experimental skills to identify transformative approaches to long-term challenges in this area will also be encouraged.

Increased collaboration within the aerodynamics community and also within the broader fluid mechanics community is increasingly important to maximise usage, and thus secure, the future of experimental capability. High performance computing, large facilities such as wind tunnels and up-to-date flow measurement instrumentation will form part of the considerations for the provision of strategically important national infrastructure.

 

 

Condensed Matter Physics 2015


We would like to thank all of our wonderful speakers, conference attendees and students for making Condensed Matter Physics-2015 a wonderful event.

The International Conference and Exhibition on Mesoscopic & Condensed Matter Physics, hosted by the OMICS Group was held during June 22-24, 2015 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Boston, USA with the theme Highlighting and Focusing on Future Prospects in Condensed Matter Physics". Benevolent response and active participation was received from the Editorial Board Members of OMICS Group Journals as well as from the scientists, engineers, researchers, students and leaders from the fields of Condensed Matter Physics, who made this event successful.

Condensed Matter Physics 2015 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various newfangled topics related to the field of Mesoscopic and Condensed Matter Physics. The conference was initiated by the Honourable moderator  Dr. Hongchen Jiang with his introductory speech followed by a series of lectures delivered by Honourable Guests, Dr. Kazuhisa Kakurai, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan; Dr. Peter L Hagelstein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. Dr. Arun Bansil, Northeastern University, USA; Dr. Vytautas Balevicius, Vilnius University, Lithuania and the member of the keynote forum Dr. Mehdi Anwar, University of Connecticut, USA; Dr. Carol Heckman, Bowling Green State University, USA; Dr. Timothy R Field, McMaster University, Canada; Dr. Nicholas Curro, University of California, USA; Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra, University of South Africa, South Africa and Dr. Jan Smotlacha from Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia concluded the 1st and last day of the event with their live workshops satisfying the theme of the conference “Highlighting and Focusing on Future Prospects in Condensed Matter Physics"

This conference was a path breaking opportunity for Students too, who were given a chance to exhibit their paramount research work through Poster Presentation and discuss the same with the exalted scientists.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

  • The States of Matter
  • Phase Phenomena and Electronic Phenomena
  • Electronic Phases, Semiconductors and Superconductors
  • Magnetic Phases
  • Quasiparticles and Soft Matter
  • Quantum Optics
  • Organic Electronics
  • X-Ray Scattering
  • Properties of Cellular Networks and Mesoscale Systems in Biology
  • Applications and New Dimensions in Technology

OMICS Group International offers its heartfelt appreciation to organizations such as Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA), Semiconductors Society of India (SSI), Hellenic Metallurgical Society and Colombian society of Engineering Physics (SCIF) and obliged to the Organizing Committee Members, adepts of field, various outside experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating the discussion forums. OMICS Group also took privilege to felicitate the Organizing Committee Members and Editorial Board Members who supported this event.


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Mech Aero 2014


The 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, organized by OMICS Group International was successfully held at Hilton Philadelphia  Airport at USA during September 08 -10, 2014. The conference was organized with the theme “Surging into the Future of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering.”

The conference was marked with the presence of renowned scientists, engineers, talented young researchers, students and business delegates from US and around the world driving the event into the path of success. Incredible response was received from the EditorialBoard Members of allied OMICS Group Journals and Organizing Committee Members of Mech Aero-2014.

OMICS Group International would like to convey a warm and heartfelt gratitude to all the honorable guests of Mech Aero-2014Richard Longman, Columbia University, USA; David Hyland, Texas A&M University, USA; Charles H. Marston, Villanova University, USA; Gerard (Jake) Szatkowski, United Launch Alliance, USA and John Loth, West Virginia University, USA.

Mech Aero-2014 Organizing Committee would like to thank the Moderator of the conference, Dr. Gerard (Jake) Szatkowski from ULA( United Launch Alliance)who contributed a lot for the smooth functioning of this event.

The highlights of the conference were its educative and effectual keynote lectures by:

G E Mattingly, The Catholic University of America, USA

David Hyland, Texas A&M University, USA.

Richard Longman, Columbia University, USA

Weidong Zhu, University of Maryland, USA

The conference proceedings were carried out with fabulous plenary lectures from the speakers of various universities and organizations such as: University of Cincinnati, USA; Indiana State University, USA; Villanova University, USA; Southwest Research Institute, USA; University of Alberta, Canada; Warsaw University of Technology, Poland; Texas A&M University, USA; Pennsylvania State University, USA; 4 Frontiers, USA and United Launch Alliance, USA.


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Mech Aero-2013


The International Conference and Exhibition on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, organized by OMICS Group International was successfully held at Hilton San Antonio Airport at USA during September 30 -October 02, 2013. The conference was organized with the theme Harnessing the Advancement and Novel Technologies of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.”

The conference was marked with the presence of renowned scientists, engineers, talented young researchers, students and business delegates from US and around the world driving the event into the path of success. Incredible response was received from the Editorial Board Members of allied OMICS Group Journals and Organizing Committee Members of MechAero-2013.

OMICS Group International would like to convey a warm and heartfelt gratitude to all the honorable guests of Mech Aero-2013, Marshall Gardner, Dii Aerospace Laboratories, USA; Shawn Paul Boike, American Industrial consultants, USA and David Hyland, University of Texas (A&M), USA.

The highlights of the conference were its educative and effectual keynote lectures by:

David Hyland, University of Texas(A&M), USA

Weidong Zhu, University of Maryland, USA.

Yongsheng Ma , University of Alberta, Canada

Yu-Lung-Lo, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

The conference proceedings were carried out with fabulous plenary lectures from the speakers of various universities and organizations such as: Texas Tech University, USA; University of Texas at Arlington, USA; University of Cincinnati, USA; KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada; University of Arizona, USA; University of Alberta, Canada; Warsaw University of Technology, Poland; UniversitiTeknologi Malaysia, Malaysia; King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia.

OMICS International extends its heartfelt appreciation to Joe Rodriguez from WGU TEXAS for exhibiting at the Conference and media partners who helped for the betterment of this grand event.


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