gofun 2017 - Technische Universität Braunschweig

Thorsten Grahs
Institute of Scientific Computing
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
The German OpenFOAM User meetiNg (GOFUN)
is intended to advance the ideas and philosophy
of OpenFOAM. It is an opportunity to discuss and
exchange ideas between users from Germany and
Christian Janßen
Institute of Fluid Dynamics and Ship Theory
Technische Universität Hamburg, Germany
Hannes Kröger
Chair of Modelling and Simulation
University of Rostock, Germany
Sigrun Ortleb
Institute of Mathematics
University of Kassel, Germany
Johann Turnow
Chair of Modelling and Simulation
University of Rostock, Germany
With thanks to our sponsors the workshop is free of
charge. Nevertheless, in order to allow a thorough
organization, registration is mandatory before
16 March, 2017.
To register, please visit the gofun2017 web-page
under Research/Workshops on
Thorsten Grahs
Institute of Scientific Computing
TU Braunschweig
D-38106 Braunschweig, Germany
tel ++49-531-391-3008
fax ++49-531-391-3003
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GOFUN 2017
German OpenFoam User meetiNg
21/22 March, 2017
Technische Universität
Tue 21 March 2017
11:00 Registration
10:30 Coffee Break
Room M160
11:00 Session II
11:30 Opening Remarks
Custodians of OpenFOAM
Björn Landmann (ESI-OpenCFD)
11:40 Plenary talk
From Finite Volumes to Discontinous
Galerkin and Flux reconstruction.
Aeroacoustic Simulation on unstruct. Grid
Charles Mockett (CFD Software E+F GmbH)
Sigrun Ortleb, University of Kassel
Tue 21 March, 2017
Overset grids in OpenFOAM
Andreas Groß, Univ. of Rostock,
Room M160
Automation of OpenSource CAE Software
Hannes Kröger, silentdynamics,
Room M161
Adjoint theory & Solver in OpenFOAM
Christos Kapellos, Volkswagen,
Room M812
15:30 Coffee Break
M811/M826, Mühlenpfordtstr. 23, 8th floor
Wed 22 March, 2017
Robert Kasper, Univ. of Rostock,
Room M160
Hannes Kröger, silentdynamics,
Room M161
Heat transfer in OpenFOAM
Johann Turnow, silentdynamics,
Room M812
Linear solvers & preconditioners
Thorsten Grahs, TU Braunschweig,Room M826
(local pub, not incl.)
Wed 22 March 2017
9:00 Welcome
9:10 Session I
Ship resistance analysis
Haus der Wissenschaften
Room Veolia/Weitblick, Pockelsstr, 11, 5th floor
8:30 Registration
Particle simulation with OpenFOAM
TU Informatik-Zentrum
M160/M161, Mühlenpfordtstr. 23, 1st floor
16:00 Tutorials II (parallel)
17:30 Social event
Insight CAE - a scripting toolbox
Hannes Kröger (silentdynamics)
(Mensa, not incl.)
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Tutorials I
Wed 22 March 2017
12:20 Lunch
(Mensa, not incl.)
13:20 Session III
A new free surface flow solver
Janek Meyer (Yacht Research Unit Kiel)
Tracking coherent vortices
Dag Feder (TU Hamburg)
Scaling OpenFOAM on Supercomputers
Stephen Sachs (Cray)
14:40 Coffee Break
15:00 Session IV
9:10 – 10:30
Geometry & Solution Meth. f. Adjoint Opt.
Thomas Schumacher (engys)
Using OpenSource CAE Software efficiently
Johann Turnow (silentdynamics)
Adjoint Methods for Vehicle Aerodynamics
Thomas Blacha (Audi)
Optimization of low pressure axial fans
Heiko Winterberg (Volkswagen)
Adjoint Thermo Simulation
Thorsten Grahs (TU Braunschweig)
OpenFOAM on MultiGPUs
Christian Janßen, (TU Hamburg)
16:20 Closing Remarks