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The conference will take place after the Short Course from Wednesday noon until Friday noon.

Multiphase flows occur in a large variety of industrial products, for instance in the chemical and process industry, in power generation, and in the automotive industry. In order to improve quality of these products, to accelerate their development, and to increase their safety, it is important to better understand, model, and simulate multiphase flows.

The goals of the conference are to discuss the state of the art in multiphase flow research and applications, and to foster discussion and exchange of knowledge. Special sessions will be devoted to the subject of multi-scale modelling. Experts from the experimental side, from modelling and simulation, as well as experts from the application field are invited to present their research and results to a worldwide audience.

General topics of interest include

  • Simulation technology for multiphase flows
    • Phase interaction models
    • Turbulence models
    • Solution algorithms
    • Multi-scale modelling techniques
  • Application of simulation methods to multiphase flow problems
  • Experimental investigations of multiphase and magnetohydrodynamic flows
  • Measurement methods for multiphase and magnetohydrodynamic flows


Poster awards will be granted to the best 3 posters.


Presentation slides and posters of the accepted contributions will be provided to all participants.
Supplementary material is welcome.

Programme Highlight

A highlight of the workshop will be a visit to the experimental facilities of HZDR.

Programme and Info

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Workshop contact

E-mail: multiphase*

17th Multiphase Flow Conference & Short Course


Dr. Dirk Lucas
Leiter Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tel.: +49 351 260 2047
Fax: +49 351 260 12047

Heike Schleßiger
Experimentelle Thermofluiddynamik
Tel.: +49 351 260 2283
Fax: +49 351 260 12283, +49 351 260 3651