Jun 17 – 19, 2024
Europe/Paris timezone

Objective of the workshop

In this workshop, we will address the modelling of multiphase flows. The goal is to share modelling methods, difficulties, (rigorous or more phenomenological) analysis, allowing the description of multiphase flows with exchanges (mass transfer, energy exchange…) and apparition of shock waves.  
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Several talks are planned, with parts dedicated to open discussions. The main subjects will be a priori:

  • the Physics of multiphase flows with mass transfer and high energy exchanges,
  • derivation and study of PDE models for compressible multiphase flows,
  • construction of coherent thermodynamical laws.

Note that one-velocity and multi-velocity models will be considered.

Program

The talks will start Monday 17, and finish Wednesday 19.

Speakers

Firas Dhaouadi — Insa Toulouse (1h)
A hyperbolic approximation of the Cahn-Hilliard model

Sergey Gavrilyuk — Aix-Marseille Université (1h)
Hyperbolic model of heat conduction

Vincent Perrier — Inria (1h)
Un modèle multiphasique monodimensionnel complètement fermé

Emmanuelle Rio — Université Paris-Saclay (1h)
Hydrodynamics of thin films as a tool to explain soap film life and death

Christian Rohde — Stuttgart University (1h)
To be announced

Philippe Villedieu — ONERA (1h)
Large-scale simulation of wetting phenomena based on a diffuse contact line model

Ward Haegeman — ONERA / CMAP (1h)
Multi-fluid models for two-phase flows with non-equilibrium effects

Gauthier Lazare (30min)
Hyperbolicité d’un modèle diphasique déséquilibré en vitesse

Corentin Stéphan (30min)

Contributions

A poster session will be organized. If you are interested in presenting your recent works in the topics of the workshop, we would be happy to welcome you. Please contact the organizers, sending a title and an abstract of your poster.

Guillaume Jomée
Relaxation process in an immiscible compressible three phase flow model with mass transfer

Gauthier Lazare
Schémas Volumes Finis préservant le principe du min-max pour l’équation de déséquilibre d’un modèle diphasique homogène

Practical informations

Location

Conference room of the Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée, Strasbourg (map).

Organizing committee

Philippe HelluyJean-Marc HérardNicolas Seguin.

 

 

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