2nd International Conference on Violent Flows 2012
25-27 sept. 2012
Ecole Centrale de Nantes - Nantes (France)
With the advent of high performance computers and new technologies in computation and experiment, research on strongly nonlinear hydrodynamics is currently attracting much attention and a large amount of work is being carried out. For example, in naval architecture and ocean engineering, slamming, green-water impact on deck, sloshing, etc. are typical examples of strongly nonlinear phenomena of engineering importance, and great advances in these fields can be expected. This is also true in many other engineering fields were violent liquid flows exist automotive (sloshing, aquaplaning ...), aeronautics (ditching, sloshing ...), processes, etc.
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