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Reactive Multiphase Flow Simulation Workshop Summary. 

VanderHeyden, W. Brian

 Los Alamos National Laboratory

Part 1, Pages 1 - A7.8.pdf
Part 2, Pages A8.1 - A12.11.pdf

Table of Contents

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Reactive Multiphase Flow Simulation Workshop Summary

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1.1     Companies Represented

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1.2     Presentation Topics

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Introduction Brian VanderHeyden, LANL (Attachment 2)

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Introductory Simulation Movies Bucky Kashiwa, LANL

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Prototype Multiphase Flow Problems Paul Merz, Chevron Research and Technology Company

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Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory Bucky Kashiwa, LANL (Attachment 3)

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Air-Agitated Alumina Crystallizer Phil Hsieh, Alcon

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Heat-Transfer Mechanisms in Ebullated Bed Reactors Farshad Bavarian, Texaco

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Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory Brian VanderHeyden, LANL (Attachment 4)

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Simulation of Gas Jets in Molten Metal Baths Jon Wolfe, Molten Metal Technology

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Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory Nely Padial, LANL (Attachment 5)

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Multiphase Flow at Procter & Gamble Joseph Kitching, John McKibben, Procter & Gamble

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Multiphase Flow at Exxon Bill Heard, Exxon Research & Engineering Company

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KIVA Combustion Simulation Dan Butler, LANL

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Telluride/Pasoga, Doug Kothe, LANL (Attachment 6)

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Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory Bucky Kashiwa, LANL (Attachment 3)

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Multiphase Reynolds Stress Transport Modeling Brian VanderHeyden, LANL (Attachment 7)

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Spectral Models, Symmetry and Engineering Turbulence Closures Tim Clark, LANL (Attachment 8)

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Applications of Group Theory to Turbulence Modeling Brian Volintine, DOE Office of Industrial Technologies

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Potential Mechanisms for Collaboration/oil and Gas Partnership Bob Hanold, LANL

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Review of 1st Industrial Energy Efficiency Symposium and Expo Ed Joyce, LANL (Attachment 9)

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Center for Materials Processing Modeling Richard Lesar, LANL

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A View form Washington Dan Wiley, DOE Office of Industrial Technologies (Attachment 10)

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Tank Flow Simulation Bert Harvey, Dow Chemical Company

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Some Thoughts on a Potential CFD Consortium Tyler Thompson, Dow Chemical Corporation (Attachment 11)

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Brainstorm/Discussion Consortium/Center of Excellence Wrap-Up Brian VanderHeyden, LANL (Attachment 12)

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Attachment 1 Agenda Brian VanderHeyden LANL

A1.1 A1.7

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Attachment 2 Workshop Introduction Brian VanderHeyden LANL

A2.1 A2.15

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Attachment 3 Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory, Bucky Kashiwa, LANL.  Multimaterial Formalism.  Mass and Momentum Conservation.  Numerical Methods

A3.1-A3.24

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Attachment 4 Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory.  Brian VanderHeyden, LANL.  Energy Conservation, Pressure Force Models, Current Turbulence Models

A4.1-A4.18

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Attachment 5 Review of CFDLIB/Current Theory.  Nely Padial, LANL.  Parallel Implementation and Results

A5.1-A5.19

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Attachment 6 Telluride/Pagosa.  Doug Kothe, LANL

A6.1-A6.29

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Attachment 7 Multiphase Reynolds Stress Transport Modeling.  Brian VanderHeyden, LANL

A7.1-A7.8

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Attachment 8 Spectral Models, Symmetry and Engineering Turbulence Closures.  Tim Clark, LANL

A8.1-A8.11

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Attachment 9 Review of 1st Industrial Energy Efficiency Symposium and Expo.  Ed Joyce, LANL

A9.1-A9.3

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Attachment 10 A View from Washington.  Dan Wiley DOE Office of Industrial Technologies

A10.1-A10.2

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Attachment 11 Some thoughts on a potential CFD consortium. Tyler Thompson, Dow.

A11.1--A11.17

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Attachment 12 Brainstorm/Discussion on Consortium/Center of Excellence/Wrap-Up.  Brain VanderHeyden, LANL

A12.1-A.12.11