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Violent Flows 2016 : Un doctorant de Centrale Nantes récompensé au Japon

Corentin Hermange, doctorant au LHEEA (Laboratoire de recherche en Hydrodynamique, Energétique, Environnement et Atmosphérique), vient de recevoir le prix du meilleur article étudiant à la "Conference on Violent Flows" qui se déroule du 9 au 11 mars à Osaka au Japon.

du 9 mars 2016 au 11 mars 2016

The 3rd International Conference on Violent Flows 2016 will be held at I-site Namba, Osaka, Japan. The organizing committee is willing to provide with this conference a rich and friendly forum for discussing the late achievements and stimulating further progress in research on strongly nonlinear hydrodynamics in all aspects. It includes experimental and physical modeling dedicated to advanced numerical simulations with an emphasis on emerging immersive/interactive simulation techniques of violent flows, and their interactions with deformable boddies.

Namba is centrally located in the most vibrant part of Osaka, the second largest metropolitan area of Japan.

This conference is supported by Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE) and sponsored by Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK).

Violent flows exist in many engineering fields: naval architecture & ocean engineering, civil, coastal, mechanical, aerospace, nuclear, renewable energy and process engineering, etc.The scope includes topics such as,
  • Green water on deck, wave impact
  • Sloshing
  • Slamming, whipping, springing
  • Water entry, impact
  • Fluid-structure interaction, multi-physics
  • Structural deformation and vibration in waves/flows
  • Nonlinear body motions in waves
  • Air entrainment, multi-phase flows
  • Tsunamis, freak waves, wave breaking
  • Violent flows in engineering
  • Advanced experiments/measurements
  • CFD verification & validation for violent flows
L'article qui a valu ce prix à Corentin HERMANGE s'intitule : "Development of a coupling strategy between Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and Finite Element Method for violent fluid-structure interaction problems".
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Publié le 11 mars 2016 Mis à jour le 27 mars 2017