The International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer is pleased to announce
The 8th International Symposium on Advances in Computational Heat Transfer, CHT-21, to take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during August 15 - 19, 2021.
Source: Rio Convention & Visitors Bureau, http://rcvb.com.br/
The goal of the symposium is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, methods and results in computational heat transfer. Fundamental and applied papers will be welcome.
Topics will include but are not limited to:
The scientific programme will consist of invited plenary and keynote lectures presented by internationally recognized researchers, contributed papers presented in oral or poster sessions, and panel discussions. In addition, an Open Forum session will give authors an opportunity to present new work or work in progress, which is not yet ready for review. Presentations on future directions or neglected problems in CHT will be particularly welcome. The G. de Vahl Davis Best Paper Award will be presented to the authors of the paper judged to be the best at the symposium.
ORGANIZERS AND SPONSORS
- ICHMT - International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer
- ABCM - Brazilian Society of Mechanical Engineering and Sciences
- Department of Mechanical Engineering, Politecnica/COPPE, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
- Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rutgers University
- CAPES - Brazilian Foundation for the Advancement of Graduate Studies
- CNPq - Brazilian Council for Scientific and Technological Development
- FAPERJ - Foundation for Research Development of the State of Rio de Janeiro
- ASTFE - American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers
For abstract submission form, please click here.
For each abstract please use a different form.
The deadline for abstract submission is December 18, 2020.
|Professor Yogesh Jaluria
Department of Mechanical Engineering
98 Brett Road,Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA
Tel: +1 848 445 3652; +1 848 445 2248
Fax: +1 732 445 3124
Professor Helcio R. B. OrlandeSymposium Co-Chair
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ
Cid. Universitaria, Cx. Postal: 68503
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 21941-972, Brazil
Tel: +55 21 3938 8405, Fax: +55 21 3938 8383Email: email@example.com
Professor İlker Tari
Mechanical Engineering Department
Middle East Technical University
06800 Ankara, Turkey
Tel: +90 312-210-2551
Local Organizing Committee
|Luiz Abreu (UERJ)||Bruna Loiola (IME-RJ)|
|Leonardo Alves (UFF)||Carolina Naveira-Cotta (COPPE/UFRJ)|
|Marcelo Colaco (COPPE/UFRJ)||Cesar Pacheco (UFF)|
|Gustavo Dos Anjos (COPPE/UFRJ)||Leandro Sphaier (UFF)|
|Su Jian (COPPE/UFRJ)|
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Aki Runchal (USA)
Alain Kassab (USA)
Aleksey Nenarokomov (RUSSIA)
Andrzej J. Nowak (POLAND)
Angela Nieckele (BRAZIL)
Bantwal R. Baliga (CANADA)
Bengt Sunden (SWEDEN)
Božidar Šarler (SLOVENIA)
Carlos J. S. Alves (PORTUGAL)
C. Balaji (INDIA)
Charl G. Jat Du Toit (SOUTH AFRICA)
Cristina Amon (CANADA)
Darrell Pepper (USA)
Denis Maillet (FRANCE)
Dimos Poulikakos (SWITZERLAND)
Dominic Groulx (CANADA)
Fabio Bozolli (ITALY)
Gautam Biswas (INDIA)
Gennady Ziskind (ISRAEL)
George Dulikravich (USA)
Gherhardt Ribatski (BRAZIL)
Hiroshi Iwai (JAPAN)
Jari Kaipio (NEW ZEALAND)
J. Padet (FRANCE)
Jean-Francois Sacadura (FRANCE)
Jean-Luc Battaglia (FRANCE)
John Chai (UK)
José L. Lage (USA)
Josua Meyer (SOUTH AFRICA)
Kazuya Tatsumi (JAPAN)
L.Q. Wang (HONG KONG)
Leonid Dombrovsky (RUSSIA)
Liliane Barichello (BRAZIL)
Luiz Wrobel (BRAZIL)
Masahiko Shibahara (JAPAN)
Mourad Rebay (FRANCE)
M. Pinar Menguc (TURKEY)
Neima Brauner (ISRAEL)
Oronzio Manca (ITALY)
Perumal Nithiarasu (UK)
Paolo Di Marco (ITALY)
Pedro J. M. Coelho (PORTUGAL)
Peter Stephan (GERMANY)
Philippe Le Masson (FRANCE)
Q. Wang (CHINA)
Renato Cotta (BRAZIL)
Ryszard Bialecki (POLAND)
S. A. Sherif
S. P. Vanka (USA)
Sadik Kakac (TURKEY)
Sara Rainieri (ITALY)
Sumanta Acharya (USA)
Stavroula Balabani (UK)
Sung Jin Kim (KOREA)
Tatiana Gambaryan-Roisman (GERMANY)
Victoria Timchenko (AUSTRALIA)
Wei Shyy (HONG KONG)
Wilson Chiu (USA)
Yildiz Bayazitoglu (USA)
Ville Kolehmainen (FINLAND)
L. Q. “Rick” Wang
Philippe Le Masson
Bantwal R. (Rabi) Baliga
Lattice boltzmann method for multi-phase flows
Abdulmajeed MohamadThe University of Calgary, Canada
Advances within experimental and computational analysis of the neonate’s brain cooling process
Andrzej NowakSilesian University of Technology, Poland
Past, Present and Future of CFD
Akshai K. Runchal & Madhukar M. Rao
CFD Virtual Reality Institute
Pore scale analysis of thermal and fluid dynamics behaviors in metal foams
Oronzio MancaUniversità degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli", Italy
Computational methods of design and identification of thermal protection of spacecraft
Aleksey NenarokomovMoscow Aviation Institute, Russia
Mutual interactions of evaporative heat transfer phenomena and wetting phenomena: numerical simulation and experimental validation
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Growth and dynamics of vapor bubbles in various regimes of boiling with and without external electric field
Gautam BiswasIndian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Nonlinear computation: future of numerical simulation
L. Q. “Rick” WangThe University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Inverse methods in heat transfer through modelling and machine learning
Perumal NithiarasuSwansea University Bay Campus, Swansea SA1 8EN, UK
Modeling of liquid metal flows during assembly operations and characterization of the properties of these metals at high temperatures
Philippe Le MassonUniversité Bretagne Sud, France
Minimization procedures for thermal parameters identification from the experiment to the physical model
Jean-Luc BattagliaUniversité Bordeaux 1, France
Direct numerical simulations of heat transfer from a cylinder immersed in the production and decay regions of grid turbulence
Imperial College London, UK
Cost-Effective Approaches to Predictions of Thermofluid Phenomena in Engineering Systems
Bantwal R. (Rabi) BaligaMcGill University, Canada
|One page abstract due:||December 18, 2020|
|Abstract acceptance:||January 04, 2021|
|Full text of paper due:||February 19, 2021|
|Paper acceptance subject to amendment:||April 09, 2021|
|Final paper due:||May 14, 2021|
|Early registration deadline and final payment date for publication in Proceedings:||June 18, 2021|
PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS
- Articles will be selected for presentation and publication on the basis of an initial abstract (which will be assessed to ensure relevance) followed by a review of full papers or extended abstracts.
- An Open Forum session will give authors an opportunity to present new work or work in progress, which is not yet ready for review. For a presentation in the Open Forum session, please select “Presentation only” as the “Article Type” during abstract submission. Presentations in the Open Forum session will not be included in the Symposium Proceedings.
- Proceedings will be published on a flash disk that will be distributed to the registered participants during the Symposium.
- At least one author needs to be registered by June 18, 2021 for the paper be included in the Symposium Program and published in the Conference Proceedings.
- Authors of full papers effectively presented in the Symposium might be invited to submit their works for additional review and possible publication in special issues of the following journals: Heat Transfer Engineering, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering and Computational Thermal Sciences.
Introduction to Modern CFD
Dr. Akshai Kumar Runchal
CFD Virtual Reality Institute
Analytic & Computational Research, Inc.
1931 Stradella Road, Bel Air, California 90077, USA
runchal@ACRiCFD.com - https://www.ACRiCFD.com
 What is CFD?
 Why do CFD?
 A brief history of CFD
 Introduction to the governing equations (1D integral form)
[a] Pictorial description of all the terms in a balance law
[b] What is flux ?
[c] What is a source ?
[d] What is a balance law ?
[5a] Introduction to the finite volume method
[a] 1D Heat Conduction
* treatment of diffusion term
* FVM flux balance
[b] Dirichlet bc
[c] Neumann bc
[d] Mixed bc
[5b] Introduction to the finite volume method
[a] Constant source
[b] variable conductivity / specific heat
[c] Non-linear problem: conductivity function of Temperature
When to stop iterating
[d] Numerical Accuracy and Grid convergence
 1D Unsteady problems
[a] Explict scheme and numerical stability
[b] Implicit scheme
[7a] 1D conduction + convection / advection
Various convection schemes
[a] Central difference
[b] 1st order upwind
[7b] 1D conduction + convection / advection
Various convection schemes
[d] Elementary concepts of higher order upwind schemes
[e] Elementary concepts of TVD, NVD.
 Determination of the flow field
[a] pressure velocity coupling
[b] staggered grid
[c] non-staggered grid
[d] The SIMPLE algorithm
[e] Boundary Conditions
 inlet / outlet (pressure specification vs velocity spec)
 Wall, Symmetry / slip-wall
 periodic (translational and rotational)
 Dirichlet / Neumann etc.
[f] Initial Conditions (for incompressible, div(U) = 0)
 Elementary concepts of Turbulent Flow and the need for Turbulence Models
[a] Overview of 2 equation models (k-e type and k-w type)
[b] Overview of Wall Treatment (yplus, near wall modeling etc.
[c] Transition models,
[d] Reynolds stress models
Impact of deep machine learning, physics-informed machine learning
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PROFILE of Dr AKSHAI RUNCHAL
runchal@ACRiCFD.com ◙ +1 310 471 3023 ◙ +91 94 1822 0963
CEO & Founding Partner, ACRi Group (USA, France, India)
MD & Founder, CFD Virtual Reality Inst., Dharamsala
Member, Advisory Council, IIT Gandhinagar
Ex-Chairman, IIT Kanpur Foundation
Ex-Professor, IIT Kanpur, Imperial College (London)
Adjunct: UCLA (Los Angeles), Cal Tech
Dr. Akshai K. Runchal obtained his Ph.D. in 1969 from Imperial College (London) under the guidance of Prof. D, B. Spalding. He was a key member of the 3-person team led by Spalding that invented the Finite Volume Method (FVM) of Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in mid 1960's. He started his professional career as a faculty member at IIT Kanpur in 1969. Since then he has taught as regular or adjunct faculty at a number of leading institutes including IIT(Kanpur), Imperial College (London), University of California (Los Angeles), Cal Tech (Pasadena), and Cal State (Northridge). In 1979, Dr. Runchal established the ACRi group of companies (www.acricfd.com) that now have offices in Los Angeles (USA), Nice (France) and Bangalore (India). Core expertise of ACRi Group is engineering, environmental and Space Sciences). Over the past 40 years. they have provided advanced technology and CFD Simulation services to a over 200 clients that include major corporations, R&D organizations, cities and governments in over 20 countries. In 2011, Dr. Runchal founded a non-profit CFD Virtual Reality Institute (www.CFDVRi.org) to further the cause of CFD education, training and R&D.
For the past 50 years, Dr Runchal, has consulted extensively on projects related to flow, heat and mass transfer, combustion, environmental impact, management of air, surface and ground water resources, safe disposal of hazardous and nuclear waste, and, policy and decision analysis. He is the principal author of the ANSWER®, PORFLOW®, TIDAL®, and RADM™ simulation models that are widely employed by commercial, academic and R&D organizations. He obtained a Bachelor's in Engineering with Honors from Punjab Engineering College (PEC, Chandigarh) in 1964. He is the author or co-author of 10 books and over 200 technical publications. He is a Fellow of the ASME and has served as Chairman of the IIT Kanpur Foundation Board. He has been a regular member of the IIT Gandhinagar Advisory Board since 2012. He has acted as an Advisor to DeitY (Government of India) and the Indian Army. He has been engaged in assisting a number of educational institutes in their R&D and Industrial Relations Programs. Dr. Runchal has received professional honors and awards and, has provided invited contributions at a number of international conferences and seminars.
Dr. Runchal grew up in the scenic hill town of McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala that is now on the world map as the hometown of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Since 2006 he has been deeply engaged in reviving the lost heritage of Kangra Miniature Paintings through Kangra Arts Promotion Society – an NGO based in McLeod Ganj. He divides his time between Los Angeles and McLeod Ganj and is actively engaged in promoting education, training and R&D in CFD and related disciplines.
In addition to postcards recognized in the four corners of the planet, such as the Christ The Redeemer Statue and the Sugar Loaf hill, Rio de Janeiro has in its essence a busy life, where you can find the best restaurants, bars, nightclubs, museums and much more. Rio de Janeiro occupies an area of 1,261 km2, with a population of about 6 million people. The city has as one of its greatest virtues, the warmth and hospitality that its people welcome visitors. Rio de Janeiro receives annually more than 5 million tourists (2 million foreigners) and is the most visited city in Brazil. With its ample infrastructure of tourist services, Rio de Janeiro is ranked among the top destinations in the world for cultural events and commercial, technical and scientific conferences and exhibitions. Its exuberant natural resources include 90 km of beaches and the Tijuca National Park, which is the largest urban forest in the world.
Tours will be offered at special rates for the conference participants and accompanying persons by the official travel agent for CHT-21: NZ TRAVEL.
Source: Lapa Produções Criativas, www.lapaproducoes.com.br
CHT-21 will be held in the Windsor Marapendi Hotel in Barra da Tijuca. Barra da Tijuca is a modern seaside district of Rio de Janeiro, which can be easily reached from the International and the National Airports. It hosts the Olympic Park, where most of the activities of the Rio 2016 Games were held. Barra da Tijuca has the longest ocean beach in Rio de Janeiro, with several options for the practice of outdoor sports and several kiosks on the boardwalk for a great day at the beach with the family. Barra da Tijuca is just beside the city mountains, where the exuberant Tijuca Forest Park is located. This district is served by public transportation, including the subway and city buses, with links to the airports, downtown and other districts, like Copacabana and Ipanema.
Special room rates for the conference participants at Windsor Marapendi Hotel,as well as at other nearby partner hotels, are offered by the official travel agent for CHT-21: NZ TRAVEL.
Source: Windsor Hoteis, https://windsorhoteis.com/hotel/windsor-marapendi/?lang=en#
The Windsor Marapendi hotel has an excellent location in front of Barra da Tijuca beach and a sophisticated infrastructure. The neighbourhood is renowned for offering outdoor leisure activities, active nightlife, natural resources and distinct cuisine. All Symposium participants can be lodged at this beachfront hotel where the conference will be held. Windsor Marapendi Hotel can be reached from the International Airport in 35 minutes by taxi.
Source: Windsor Hoteis, https://windsorhoteis.com/hotel/windsor-marapendi/?lang=en#
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT ICHMT
The International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer (ICHMT) is an international, professional, non-governmental, non-profit organization. The general objective of the Centre is to promote and to foster international cooperation in the science of heat and mass transfer and its applications. Its secretariat is located at the Mechanical Engineering Department of Middle East Technical University (METU).
|The first meeting of the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer (ICHMT) was held in Herceg Novi, Yugoslavia, on September 16, 1968, during the International Seminar on Heat and Mass Transfer in Turbulent Boundary Layers, organized by the Boris Kidric at the Institute of Nuclear Sciences in Belgrade. This meeting was the culmination of activities initiated by a group of leading scientists in the field from different countries. These activities resulted from a long felt need to create an international organization in the fast growing field of heat and mass transfer. Some of the most prominent names in the field who were involved in the founding and creation of the Centre were: E.A. Brun, E.R.G. Eckert, U. Grigull, J.P. Hartnett, T.F. Irvine, Jr., S.S. Kutateladze, A.V. Luikov, W.M. Rohsenow, D.B. Spalding, and M.A. Styrikovich. The active participation and efforts of D. Velickovic, Z. Zaric and N. Afgan from the Serbian Academy of Sciences and the Boris Kidric Institute of Nuclear Sciences in Belgrade made the founding of the Centre possible.|
The leadership and initiatives of Professor Zoran Zaric and later Professor Naim Afgan made the Centre grow and reach maturity over the years and become a well-known organizer of meetings and other activities with high prestige among scientists and researchers in the field of heat and mass transfer. The meetings have served as a means of conveying and transferring scientific knowledge, technical know-how, and cultural values. The Centre's many publications have become among the most sought after collections of scientific literature in the field.
The Secretariat of the Centre remained in Belgrade for almost 24 years and traditionally organized one seminar and one symposium a year, usually in Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, until early 1990s when the start of the political turmoil in former Yugoslavia unavoidably hampered the functioning of the Secretariat. The Executive Committee of the Centre started looking for a new home for the Secretariat of the Centre.
|Professor Sadik Kakac, a member of the Scientific Council representing Turkey, with the encouragement of Professor Yasuo Mori, the President of ICHMT, and Professor Franz Mayinger, the Chairman of the Executive Committee, contacted Professor Kemal Guruz, Head of TUBITAK (Scientific and Technical Reaserach Council of Turkey), and Professor Suha Sevuk, President of METU (Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey), and urged them to prepare a joint proposal. These efforts took more than a year. In September 1992, the proposals from institutions in seven countries were examined at an Executive Committee meeting in Rome, and it was decided, with a majority vote, that the joint proposal of METU and TUBITAK, could provide the best financial and administrative support to the Centre. Since January 1993, the Centre has restarted its activities in its new home, the Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey, under the joint auspices of these institutions, METU and TUBITAK.|
|The Statutes and the By-Laws of the Centre were revised, partly in response to the move to Turkey. At the meetings of the General Assembly and of the Scientific Council in Brighton, England in August, 1994, Professor Faruk Arinç, a faculty member at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of METU, was elected as the new Secretary General of the Centre. He was re-elected to this office at the succeeding Scientific Council meetings held in every four years during International Heat Tranfer Conferences (IHTC).|
The new Secretariat working under the new rules with renewed enthusiasm and support of the Executive Committee as well as the two standing sponsors of the Centre in Turkey, organized highly successful meetings since 1994, and sponsored many others elsewhere. The venues of the meetings in Turkey were chosen to be five-star hotels on the Aegean or Mediterranean coast, providing excellent settings for scientific as well as social gathering of all attendees and spouses. ICHMT also organizes meetings in countries other than Turkey, chaired by prominent researchers in the field.
The traditional activity of ICHMT is organization the International Symposia and Seminars. These meetings have been always met with increasing interest by the scientific, technical and industrial communities. The general scope of the meetings has always been designed with the aim of active promotion of interesting scientific work and achievements at high technical levels.
The Centre has published over 80 Proceedings on various specific aspects of heat and mass transfer. Each proceeding is related to a meeting of the Centre. International participation in the meetings is always a major aim. The total number of participants in the meetings of ICHMT since 1968 has been over 5000, coming from over 60 different countries.
|In order to promote the international activities of the Centre and reach as many scientists and researchers as possible in the field, the Centre signed a publication agreement with the publisher, Begell House, Inc., in 1994, since when Begell House has been printing and distributing the scientific work of ICHMT. In addition, the Proceedings of the Biotransport-98, Plasma-99, Turbine-2000 and Vim-2001 symposia were published in the Annals of New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) in accordance with a separate agreement signed between the Centre and the Academy. In June 2006, the agreement between ICHMT and Begell House, Inc. was renewed and expanded to include the creation of an ICHMT Digital Library Online (http://dl.begellhouse.com/references/1bb331655c289a0a.html).|
As emphasized in our Mission Statement, the Centre aims not only to provide attractive meeting occasions for all scientists active in the field, but also to foster international exchange of science and engineering in all branches of heat and mass transfer through the promotion of research, education, and the exchange of personnel. With this purpose of existence in mind, the Centre aims to be a reliable and state-of-the-art source of information in all its publications, and to create the means for generating international synergy, enthusiasm, and motivation among the scientists and researchers that will lead to new ideas, procedures, products, and standards to improve productivity and efficiency and to promote living in a cleaner environment.
The membership in the Centre is open to all non-governmental, non-profit, national and international organizations working in the field of heat and mass transfer. The number of member institutions of the Centre is now over 40 from 30 different countries.
One activity initiated by the Secretariat of the Centre in 1994 was the creation of the ICHMT Home Page on the Internet. This site is constantly updated, and has now grown to a significant size. It is being accessed by scientists all over the world.