OpenFOAM is now a consolidated platform for computational fluid dynamics whose capabilities are continuously extended thanks to its object-oriented structure, making it a very efficient platform for the development of advanced numerical and physical models.
This Two-Day Meeting is dedicated to engineers and researchers using the OpenFOAM technology for the simulation of internal combustion engines and related processes. Presentations from universities, research institutes and industries will address the state of the art, real applications and specific developments related to:
- in-cylinder flows: gas exchange, fuel-air mixing, combustion, pollutant formation
- intake and exhaust systems: after-treatment, unsteady flows, silencers
About the ICE Group at Politecnico di Milano
The Internal Combustion Engine Group (ICE Group) is one of several programs at the Dipartimento di Energia of Politecnico di Milano. The group activities focus on the study of combustion, propulsion systems and energy systems.
The event is supported by the Transregional Collaborative Research Center TRR 150 “Turbulent, chemically reactive, multi-phase flows near walls” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).