Additional Presentations

  • Detail of Three Case Studies (Powerpoint presentation / 837kb)
    1. Natural convection in a warehouse
    2. Natural convection in a nuclear reactor
    3. Transient simulation in a vapour turbine
  • Overview of Twenty Case Studies (Powerpoint presentation / 21.4mb)
    1. Convection with rotational motion
    2. Rotating paddles in a tank
    3. Sliding grid case
    4. Mixing flow in a chamber
    5. Air plane
    6. Flat frame burner
    7. Metal melting furnace
    8. Mixing chamber
    9. Oil droplet in a pipe
    10. Natural convection in a crucible furnace
    11. Fire an a tunnel
    12. Boil over burning pool
    13. Open channel flow
    14. Engine oil flow
    15. Non-Newtonian plastic flow
    16. Exchanging water in a swimming pool
    17. Radiation benchmark of heat to plastic
    18. Pressure drop of gas flow
    19. Droplet break at fuel port
    20. Hydroxylation of nickel chloride


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Professor Brian Spalding received a degree of Doctor of Science honoris causa from Imperial College at the beginning of May. Brian has been associated with IC from 1954 when he was invited to join from Cambridge. He started as Reader in Applied Heat, in 1958 was appointed to the Chair of Heat Transfer and, subsequently was also Head of the Computational Fluid Dynamics Unit. He remained Professor of Heat Transfer and Head of CFD until his retirement in 1988. The doctorate was awarded for services to science and to CFD of which he is a founding father.



ACADS-BSG, CHAM's Agent in Australia, will be exhibiting PHOENICS/FLAIR at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, May 20-22 on Stand 17, at ARBS 2014. They will be demonstrating examples of car-park fires and applications relevant to the HVAC industry. Click here for further information.


Shanghai Feiyi has arranged a user meeting on May 20,21 2014 in Hangzhou city, Zhejiang Province where the Beta-release version of PHOENICS-2014 will be demonstrated. Click here for further information.