The central role of turbulence in aerodynamics, propulsion, power generation, pollution, heat transfer, acoustics and all manner of loss-ca using mechanisms, continues to make it a subject of intensive research. At a fundamental level, turbulence researchers aim to illuminate the basic mechanisms governing the phenomenon and its interaction with other flow-physical processes; modellers strive to improve statistical closures and extend the predictive capabilities of simulation strategies; and experimentalists endeavour to provide insight and data for model validation and design. At the applied level, industrial practitioners synthesize models, data and insight to derive design-oriented predictions of important operational conditions of fluid-flow components and processes.
ETMM7 aims to provide a bridge between researchers and practitioners by exposing progress in the more applied, industrially-oriented areas of turbulence research. This includes the development and improvement of statistical closures for practical applications; the enhancement and extension of simulation strategies; novel applications of prediction schemes to complex flow conditions and geometries, including interactions between turbulence and chemistry, flexible structures and dispersed phases; and the symbiosis of modelling, simulation and experimental research.
Registration is possible through the website of the Symposium: hnp://www.top kinisis.co m/ercoftac/etmm7.
Due to seasonal demands hotel rooms can only be guaranteed if hotel registration is done before the 1st of March 2008. For further inquiries please contact the Conference Secretariat:
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ERCOFTAC Bulletin: Issue 75, December 2007