|Imperial College London, 29-30 June 2009|
Large scale separated flows dominate many fluid dynamics problems; from flows past offshore super-structures and pipelines to arterial flows. Whether the field of application be race vehicle aerodynamics, bridge deck design or offshore oil recovery the loading and dynamics caused by separated flows must be carefully considered. Despite the diversity of application and problem scale there exists much overlap between the study and application of fluid dynamics in this ostensibly disparate array of scientific areas and industries; the common thread that binds them together being low speed separated fluid dynamics.
The workshop will bring together leading separated flow specialists from across a broad range of industries and academic sectors to enthuse the research community and to promote discussion leading to the formation of new bridges and collaborations that translate the traditional sectoral divisions. It will include seventeen plenary talks divided across four main session topics: Offshore fluid mechanics, Bluff body flows, Aerodynamics and Environmental flows, and Streamlined car aerodynamics. Additionally there will a poster competition to which the postgraduate research community are encouraged to submit their entries.
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2 September, 2009