As part of the IMechE Thermofluids Group Committee, MMI’s Chris Robinson has assisted in organising and will jointly chair the upcoming one-day event ‘Multiphase CFD Modelling: state-of-the-art applications and challenges.’ This one-day event will provide a crucial opportunity to hear how engineers can support the advancement of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for multi-phase flows.

The models dealing with multiphase flows are continuously evolving and the complexity of tackled problems has notably increased of late. The ImechE event, taking place on the 19th of May, will reflect on-going progress and developments in multiphase flow modelling, allowing delegates to remain up-to-date with current trends and the state-of-the-art technologies.

MMI’s Darrell Egarr will present a case study during the event, entitled ‘Implementation of flocculation and break up models in CFD for particulate systems.’

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