Event Programme

Below is the agenda of the ENGYS UGM 2019. Don't forget to register to attend!

> HELYX Training: 16.SEPT.2019
>8:45am-9:15am
Registrations
>9:15am-10:00am
Introduction to HELYX v3.2.0

Overview of new features and capabilities in the new release of HELYX v3.2.0.

>10:00am-11:00am
Demonstration of HELYX Macro Language and View Tab

Demonstration of the new macro language in HELYX and the new View tab for post-processing and visualisation in the GUI.

>11:00am-11:15am
Coffee Break
>11:15am-12:00pm
Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) for Rotating Components

New capabilities of the conjugate heat transfer (CHT) solver in HELYX, including heat conduction through solid rotating components.

>12:00pm-1:00pm
Topology and Shape Optimisation using HELYX-Adjoint

Latest advances in topology and shape optimisation using ENGYS' continuous adjoint CFD add-on solver module.

>1:00pm-2:00pm
Lunch
>2:00pm-3:00pm
Computational Aero Acoustics (CAA)

Overview of new methods in HELYX to tackle computational aeroacoustics (CAA) problems.

>3:00pm-3:45pm
Modelling Cavitation

Introduction to new multi-phase modelling techniques for predicting cavitation in HELYX.

>3:45pm-4:00pm
Coffee Break
>4:00pm-5:00pm
Modelling Highly Compressible Flows

Overview of the new density-based coupled solver in HELYX for modelling highly compressible flows in transonic and supersonic regimes.

>5:00pm-5:30pm
Running HELYX on HPC

Demonstration of HELYX on-demand HPC service to run from the GUI in a remote HPC cluster using the client-server framework.

> Technical Sessions - Day 1: 17.SEPT.2019
>9:00am-10:00am
Registrations
>10:00am-10:20am
Opening Speech ENGYS UGM 2019

Welcome and introduction to the ENGYS User Group Meeting 2019.

F. Campos - ENGYS (UK)
>10:20am-11:10am
Keynote - Open-source CFD at Alfa Romeo Racing

Dr. Del Citto will review current CFD activities at Alfa Romeo Racing to highlight the benefits of using the open-source methods available in HELYX, HELYX-Coupled and HELYX-Adjoint to design the aerodynamics and thermal management package of Formula 1 cars.

F. Del Citto - Alfa Romeo Racing (Switzerland)
>11:10am-11:30am
Coffee Break
>11:30am-12:00pm
Open Source Pipeline for CFD at Mahindra Automotive North America

Mr. Lock will review the open-source CFD process implemented at Mahindra Automotive North America, including several examples of external vehicle aerodynamics performed using the software ELEMENTS and validated against wind tunnel data. This presentation will also describe other CFD applications in the context of automotive design, including adjoint optimisation.

A. Lock - Mahindra Automotive (USA) | C. Kapellos - ENGYS (UK)
>12:00pm-12:30pm
Featured Talk - CFD Coupling with a Radiation/Conduction Tool for Thermal Management Applications

Dr. Jelić will describe the many advantages of coupling the software TAITherm with HELYX/ELEMENTS using the CoTherm interface. This presentation will also feature a few automotive examples where coupling to HELYX/ELEMENTS provides access to advanced 3D radiation/conduction solver capabilities in TAITherm, including battery modelling.

Sacha Jelić - ThermoAnalytics (Germany)
>12:30pm-2:00pm
Lunch Break / Facetime
>2:00pm-2:30pm
Numerical Simulation of a Close-Coupled Atomizer: Prediction of the Particle Size Distribution

Dr. Vogl will present a novel two-phase model based on the so-called Eulerian–Lagrangian Spray Atomization (ELSA) method to simulate the interaction of hot liquid metal with a high-speed gas jet. The results of the simulation of the two-phase systems (water-air on one side and liquid steel-argon on the other side) will be presented. The predicted droplet-size distribution will be compared with experimental results from the metal powder production plant at SMS Siemag.

N. Vogl, H-J. Odenthal - SMS Siemag (Germany)
>2:30pm-3:00pm
Automated Workflows and Update on Vertical Applications

In this presentation Dr. Nielsen will describe the results of the collaboration between ENGYS and Grundfos in bringing the block-coupled pressure solver into HELYX for modelling waster water pumps. Dr. Nielsen will also provide an update towards the introduction of vertical applications at Grundfos for predicting de-aeration in OEM product development.

N. E. L. Nielsen, P. Adamsen - Grundfos (Denmark)
>3:00pm-3:30pm
Analysis Methods for the Reduction of Noise and Vibration Induced by Marine Propellers with LES

Following the completion of the ProNoVi project, Dr. Kimmerl will discuss the CFD research and development work performed by SCHOTTEL using the HELYX-Core framework to predict noise and vibrations induced by a propeller operating behind a ship hull in full-scale conditions, including cavitation effects.

J. Kimmerl, P. Mertes - SCHOTTEL (Germany)
>3:30pm-3:50pm
Coffee Break
>3:50pm-4:20pm
HELYX CFD Applied to Industrial Applications in Oil and Gas Industries

In this presentation several industrial CFD applications in the oil & gas industry will be discussed to review the capabilities and limitations of the discrete element method (DEM) when coupling HELYX with the software HADES developed by Dynaflow Research Group.

F. Bos, N. Bos - Dynaflow Research Group (the Netherlands)
>4:20pm-4:50pm
Introduction to Pump Intake Hydraulic Solution by HELYX

Dr. Yang will describe an automated CFD process created by ENGYS to investigate flow condition in generic pump intakes using the ANSI/HI Pump Standards as a guide.

E. Yang - Grundfos (China)
>7:00pm-11.00pm
Reception / Dinner

Get to know other users of our software over dinner to exchange ideas and discuss future trends in CFD.

> Technical Sessions - Day 2: 18.SEPT.2019
>8:45am-9:30am
Registrations
>9:30am-10:10am
ENGYS Core Technologies and Development Roadmap

Dr. de Villiers will review the latest developments and advances in CFD technologies at ENGYS to be deployed as part of HELYX and ELEMENTS in coming releases.

E. de Villiers - ENGYS (UK)
>10:10am-10:40am
Data-driven Flow Field Prediction for Wind Engineering

This presentation will describe the application of HELYX in a fully automated CFD process to train Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) as a mean for delivering quick data-driven flow field predictions around urban structures.

J. Knir, J. Musil, A. Vitsas, S. Capra - Foster+Partners (UK)
>10:40am-11:00am
Coffee Break
>11:00am-11:30am
TBC
H. Joshi (IES)
>11:30am-12:00pm
TBC
N. G. Jörgensen - EFLA (Iceland)
>12:00am-12:30pm
Featured Talk - Effect of Mesh Topology on Simulation Accuracy and Efficiency

Dr. Matus will discuss the advantages provided by the commercial CFD preprocessor Pointwise to generate advanced CFD meshes for use with HELYX and ELEMENTS. Three approaches to meshing the ONERA M6 wing in Pointwise at transonic flow conditions will be compared using the HELYX High Speed Aerodynamic (HISA) solver.

R. Matus - Pointwise (USA) | A. Pylypenko, D. Combest - ENGYS (USA)
>12:30am-2:00pm
Lunch Break / Facetime
>2:00pm-2:30pm
Rapid CFD Method for SRM Grain Design using GIB

In this presentation a rapid CFD methodology for solid rocket motor (SRM) grain simulation and design will be discussed using the generalised internal boundary (GIB) method available in HELYX.

A. Steenkamp - Armscor (South Africa)
>2:30pm-3:00pm
An Efficient MRF Method for Predicting Cornering Effects in Motor Sports Vehicle Aerodynamics

Dr. Jackson will describe a novel multi-reference frame (MRF) method implemented in HELYX and ELEMENTS to approximate the effects of cornering in external aerodynamics of motor sport vehicles, including rotating wheels, porous components, intakes and exhauts.

A. Jackson - ENGYS (UK)
>3:00pm-3:30pm
Multipoint Functionality and Robust Design for Adjoint Topology Optimisation in Automotive HVAC

In this presentation the new multi-point adjoint approach developed by ENGYS in collaboration with VW Reasearch will be discussed. The proposed multi-point adjoint apporach allows for the optimisation of different separate geometries in the same design space in a simultaneous process, as well as for multiple boundary conditions, making this method ideal for robust design optimisation.

M. Conic - VW Research (Germany) | T. Schumacher - ENGYS (Germany)
>3:30pm-3:45pm
Concluding Remarks and Closing Event
F. Campos - ENGYS (UK)
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