Wednesday, 6th of July

Room 1

8:30-10:10

Topic: Noise from valves and bends I

8:30-8:55

Broadband Noise Generated Downstream of a Resistor in a Duct

Luca Fenini - Politecnico di Milano

8:55-9:20

Universal scaling for broadband turbulent noise in internal flow devices

Joachim Golliard - TNO

9:20-9:45

Steady-state acoustic contribution analysis in piping system subject to Flow Induced Vibration

Rémi Salanon - Vibratec

9:45-10:10

Experimental investigation of turbulent flow through single-hole orifice placed in a pipe by means of time-resolved Particle Image Velocimetry and unsteady pressure measurements

Vinod Anantharaman - ASML

10:40-12:20

Topic: Noise from valves and bends II

10:40-11:05

Sound generation by bubble dynamics of intermittent horizontal two-phase pipe flow through an orifice  

Joohwa Sarah Lee - AUDI AG

11:05-11:30

Acoustical characteristics of two-phase horizontal pipe flow through an orifice

Daniele Violato - TNO

11:30-11:55

Experimental and computational data assessment for vibration analysis in elbowed ducts conveying dense fluids

André Baramili - University of Poitiers

11:55-12:20

Multiphase forces on bend structures : critical gas fraction for transition single phase gas to multiphase flow behaviour

Stefan Belfroid - TNO

13:20-15:00

Topic: Instabilities in Valves and Machines

13:20-13:45

Effect of Upstream Submergence on In-Water Natural Vibration Mode of a Tainter Gate

KEIKO ANAMI - Ashikaga Institute of Technology

13:45-14:10

An Experimental Investigation of the Vibrations of Spring-Loaded Valves

Salim El Bouzidi - McMaster University

14:10-14:35

Experimental analysis of wake structure of flat plates with transverse perforations at zero incidence

Filippo Bossi - Politecnico di Milano

14:35-15:00

Modelling of fluid balancer for computer code

Tomomichi Nakamura - Osaka Sangyo University

 

Room 2

8:30-10:10

Topic: Cross flow on slender structures IV

8:30-8:55

A new forced-excitation model for the prediction of maximum response in vortex-induced vibration

Efstathios Konstantinidis - University of Western Macedonia

8:55-9:20

Experimental study on the interference of vortex-induced vibration and transverse galloping for a rectangular cylinder

Claudio Mannini - University of Florence

 

9:20-9:45

On the chaotic nature of vortex induced vibration near the middle of the upper branch 

Efstathios Konstantinidis - University of Western Macedonia

9:45-10:10

Physical mechanisms behind the suppression of vortex-induced vibration with permeable meshes

Gustavo R. S. Assi - University of Sao Paulo

10:40-12:20

Topic: Tube bundles III

10:40-11:05

Turbulence and steady drag forces for arbitrary geometry objects in tube arrays

N. Mureithi, Polytechnique Montreal

11:05-11:30

The effects of pitch and mass ratio on transverse and streamise fluielastic instabilty in parallel tringular tube arrays

Marwan Hassan - University of Guelph

11:30-11:55

CFD study on the propagation of disturbances in the flow through a parallel triangular array with one oscillating tube

Beatriz de Pedro - University of Oviedo

11:55-12:20

Development of a time delay formulation for fluidelastic instability model

Hao Li - Polytechnique Montreal

13:20-15:00

Topic: Tube bundles IV

13:20-13:45

Time-domain numerical simulation of a loosely supported tube subjected to cross-flow using a convolutional technique for modelling fluid-elastic forces

José Antunes - IST Lisabon

13:45-14:10

First steps in the development of an eulerian fixed-grid postulation for two-phase flow-induced vibration numerical modeling

Benguigui William - IMSIA

14:10-14:35

Measurement of fluctuating fluid pressure exerted on the walls of a tube bundle

Vincent Faucher - CE

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