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Monday, 13.06.2016: Training day and registration

08:15 Registration for training day
09:00 Lecture 1 on SPH method basics R. A. Dalrymple
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Lecture 2 on special topic on SPH method W. Dehnen
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Practice session 1 on SPH software
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Practice session 2 on SPH software
17:30 Registration for the workshop
19:00 End of afternoon registration


Tuesday, 14.06.2016: Workshop Day 1

08:15 Registration
09:00 Opening X.Y. Hu; B.Rogers 
N. Adams
09:15 Keynote: SPH coupling with EBG for modeling fluid-flexible structure interactions M.B. Liu
Chair: N. Adams
10:10 Coffee break
10:40 Session 1: Free Surface and Moving Boundaries Applications Chair: G. Fourtakas  
  993 Study on Coarse-Fine-Interactions with an Adaptive SPH Formulation within the Context of Problems Driven by Surface Tension D. Schnabel
987 Comparison of numerical results using a barotropic and a non-isentropic EOS in SPH-ALE method S. Pineda
985 Recent results in the systematic derivation and convergence of SPH I. Zisis
988 Behavior of oil under breaking waves by a two-phase SPH model T. Dalrymple 
11:45 Session 2: Solids and Structures Chair: A. Khayyer  
  935 A Novel, Purely Methodological Strategy for Controlling Dynamic Resolution in Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics F. Spreng
859 Study on Abrasive Wear with a Lagrangian SPH Approach P. Eberhard 
969 Development of fluid-solid coupling for the study of hydraulic fracturing using SPH K. Pan
975 Coupled Finite Element - SPH simulation of particle impact and adhesion for Cold Spray P. Profizi
12:50 Lunch
14:20 Session 3: Multiple Continua and Multi-Phase Flows Chair:  P. Eberhard  
  926 A simple ISPH algorithm for two-phase flows with high density ratios M. Rezavand
952 Numerical Modeling of Oil-Jet Lubrication for Spur Gears using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics M. C. Keller
1004 Modelling the 1958 Lituya Bay landslide and tsunami with ISPH S. Lind 
974 Improved Shields criterion for SPH simulations of bed-load transport and scouring A. Ghaïtanellis
15:25 Session 4: Complex Physics Chair: D. Violeau 
  990 Coupling between DualSPHysics and Chrono-Engine: towards large scale HPC multiphysics simulations R. Canelas
956 SPH modeling of resonance wave pumping in closed tank: Parametric study R. Carmigniani
989 Hunting for Lagrangian Coherent Structures: SPH-LES turbulence simulations with Wall-adapting Local Eddy Viscosity (WALE) model R. Canelas
996 Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Modelling of Pulsed Laser Ablation of Aluminium and Associated Free-Surface Problems A. W. Alshaer 
16:30 Coffee break
17:00 Session 5: Convergence Chair: N. Quinlan  
  931 Smoothed Particle Magnetohydrodynamics: A State of the Union B. Lewis
955 A first spectral analysis of the SPH Laplacian D. Violeau
980 An Eulerian-Lagrangian incompressible SPH formulation (ELI-SPH) G. Fourtakas
1002 Mathematical Analysis of Generalized Particle Methods for Poisson equations and heat equations D. Tagami
18:05 General Discussion panel 1
Introduction given by Monaghan Prize Winner A. Colagrossi
Members: A. Colagrossi
D. Le Touzé; S. Lind
X.Y. Hu
Chair: P. Stansby
19:15 Welcome cocktail  


Wednesday, 15.06.2016: Workshop Day 2

08:30 Keynote: Smoothed dissipative particle dynamics or SPH at mesoscale: theory and applications D. Fedosov
Chair: J. Monaghan
09:25 Session 6: Numerical Stability Chair: N. Thuerey 
  967 An Eulerian Weakly Compressible SPH Immersed Boundary Method for Fluid-Structure Interaction B. Rogers 
981 Application of the Okubo-Weiss parameter to the dynamical smoothing length adjustment in SPH M. Olejnik
986 Multiphase model in SPH-ALE for modeling a fully
compressible multiphase flow
S. Pineda
930 Long duration SPH simulations of sloshing in tanks with a low fill ratio and high stretching M. D. Green
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Session 7: Boundary conditions Chair: A. Amicarelli 
  906 Applying Riemann solvers to SPH open boundaries in free surface and confined flows A. Joly
944 Consistency issues on SPH energy conservation when simulating
viscous flows around solid bodies
J. L. Cercos-Pita
950 Simulation of particle flows in a Humphrey’s spiral concentrator using dusty liquid SPH J. Kwon
983 Open boundary conditions for large-scale SPH simulations A. Tafuni
12:05 Session 8: High-Performance Computing Chair: R. Vacondio 
  932 HPC Predictions of Primary Atomization with SPH: Challenges and Lessons Learned S. Braun
947 Auto-balancing Voronoi domain decomposition for parallel SPH simulation of materials in extremes M. Egorova
953 A physics-motivated Centroidal Voronoi Particle domain decomposition method L. Fu
973 Can SPH simulations of blood flow contribute to clinical decision making in Arterial Valve Disease treatment? P. Groenenboom
13:10 Lunch
14:20 Session 9: New applications of SPH (e.g. shallow-water, laser cutting) Chair: M. Neuhauser 
  918 Advanced fluid visualisation with DualSPHysics and Blender O. García-Feal
962 Coupling SPH with a potential Eulerian model for wave propagation problems J. Chicheportiche
971 Aquaplaning simulations using a coupling between Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and Finite Element method C. Hermange
997 A wetting and drying semi-implicit SPH algorithm for the shallow water equations A. O. Bankole
15:25 Coffee break
15:45 Session 10: Maritime and Naval Architecture Applications Chair: S. Marrone
  893 SPH model to simulate Oscillating Water Column wave energy converter C. Altomare
929 SPH formulation of the Finite-Time Lyapunov Exponents for the detection of Lagrangian Coherent Structures P.N. Sun
961 Improvements on Particle Refinement method with SPH L. Chiron
958 SPH simulation of skipping stones and bombs J. Monaghan
16:50 General Discussion panel 2:
Introduction given by M. Stanic; A. J. C. Crespo; N. Thuerey
Members: M. Stanic
N. Thuerey; A. Crespo
P. Groenenboom
Chair: X.Y. Hu
17:40 Steering Committee meeting
19:00 Trip to Banquet Venue (Restaurant Schlosscafé im Palmenhaus) 
20:00 Banquet


Thursday, 16.06.2016: Workshop Day 3

09:15 Session 11: Process Engineering Chair: D. Fedosov 
  954 Simulating dam-break flows with WCSPH based on a new low-dissipation Riemann solver C. Zhang 
920 A GPU-Compatible Scheme for Coupling SPH to Process-Based Wastewater Treatment Models M. Meister
959 Modeling the multiphase flow characteristics in randomly packed bed reactor with complex shapes of catalyst pellets using adaptive SPH A. Thyagarajan
984 SPH Simulation of a Transfer Box I. Kondor
10:20 Coffee break
10:50 Session 12: Hydraulic Applications Chair: T. Indinger 
  970 A well-balanced path conservative SPH scheme for non-conservative hyperbolic systems with applications to multi-phase flows G. Rossi
945 Validation of massively parallel free-surface SPH simulations of gravity-driven flow and partitioning dynamics at complex fracture intersections J. Kordilla
994 Modelling sediment erosion in fluvial channels using SPH E. Zubeldia
11:40 Session 13: High-Performance Computing Chair: B. Rogers 
  934 NanoFluidX: an Industrial SPH Code for Powertrain Component Simulation M. Stanic
957 From particles to mesh and back D. Duque
999 Large-scale Particle-based Simulations for Debris Flows using Dynamic Domain Decomposition with Space Filling Curves on A GPU Supercomputer S. Tsuzuki
1006 A new framework for variable resolution adaptive SPH with fully object-oriented SPHysics on emerging technology R. Vacondio
12:55 Lunch
14:25 Session 14: Alternative approaches Chair: K. Um
  995 Augmented‎ ‎Lagrangain‎ ‎SPH‎ Method for Incompressible ‎Flows M. Yildiz
960 A spherical kernel for the Finite Volume Particle Method and application to surface tension A. Maertens
964 Coupling weakly-compressible SPH with Finite Volume: an algorithm for simulating free-surface flows S. Marrone
1000 A novel refinement technique for projection-based particle methods N. Tsuruta
15:30 Session 15: Modelling of Viscosity,Turbulence and Incompressible Flows
Chair: P. Groenenboom 
  937 Analysis of Free Surface Simulation using Breaking-dam Benchmark K. Um
976 Comparative Study on Accuracy and Conservation Properties of Particle Regularization Schemes and Proposal of an Improved Particle Shifting Scheme A. Khayyer
1001 A SPH model for dike overtopping and dam liquefaction with bed-load transport, bottom drag and mobile boundaries A. Amicarelli
1003 Flow dynamics on a U shaped channel flow: a numerical study G. Viccione
16:35 Closing and Ceremony for the Student Prize