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Next-Generation CFD: Cutting-Edge Applications, Advanced Modelling and Machine Learning

Next-Generation CFD: Cutting-Edge Applications, Advanced Modelling and Machine Learning


Next-Generation CFD

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is delighted to invite NAFEMS members and their colleagues to our upcoming technical seminar for CFD professionals.

Taking place live and online, this one-day online seminar brings together the foremost practitioners from multiple industries and academia to showcase advanced CFD applications and the innovative technologies that are enabling greater complexity and speed.

Programme highlights include:

• Max Starr from INEOS TEAM UK outlines his team's innovative use of CFD to design and model their boat without the use of wind tunnels or towing tanks
• Professor Omar Matar at Imperial College London discusses the predictive modelling and quantification of uncertainty for multiphase modelling
• Neil Ashton with Amazon Web Services describes the next generation of CFD systems and how this could be achieved with Cloud Computing and Machine-Learning
• Ruth Shilston from RWDI provides insights from the City of London Wind Microclimate Guidelines to outline the problems and solutions to accurately modelling wind
• Professor Peter Coveney at CBK Scicon Ltd shares details about the use of High Performance Computing and its advantages in the field of Biomedicine
• Matt Straw with Norton Straw shares successful strategies to maximise the value of fluid flow simulations

Full details and registration at:

As a supporting partner of the IMechE’s events, NAFEMS members and their colleagues can book at the Supporting Organisation rate and save on their places to attend and benefit from the latest projects and findings from prominent engineers in industry and research.


Event Type: Seminar
City: Online
Country: Online
Date: 23 Mar 2021