Two-Phase Fluid Flows. Modeling and Computational Methods 

Main organizer:    

 Philippe G. LeFloch (Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris)


Christophe Berthon (Nantes) and Philippe Helluy (Strasbourg)

With financial support from the DFG and the CNRS

Tuesday Feb. 14, 2012 at 2pm to Thursday Feb. 16 at noon

Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, 4, Place Jussieu, Paris.

Subway station: Jussieu

Lecture room 15-16 — 309

SCHEDULE, list of participants, and abstracts


Gonca Aki
(Berlin) An incompressible diffuse flow with phase transition

Mathieu Bachmann (Aachen) Numerical simulation of shock wave-bubble interactions using laser-induced cavitation bubbles

Frank Boyer (Marseille)  Numerical methods for a three-component phase field model

Sergey L. Gavrilyuck (Marseille) Diffuse interface model for compressible fluid-compressible elastic-plastic solid interaction

Maren Hantke (Magdeburg) Exact solutions to the Riemann problem for compressible isothermal Euler equations for two phase flows, with and without phase transition

Jonathan Jung (Strasbourg) Computing bubble oscillations on GPU (graphics processing unit)

Mirco Kraenkel (Freiburg) Numerics for phase field models

Hélène Mathis (Nantes) Model adaptation for hyperbolic systems with relaxation 

Khaled Saleh (Paris) A splitting method for the isentropic Baer-Nunziato two-phase flow model 

Nicolas Seguin (Paris)  Model adaptation in hierarchies of hyperbolic systems

Gabriele Witterstein (Munich) Existence of transition profiles for compressible flows

Christophe Zeiler (Stuttgart) Curvature driven liquid-vapor flow of compressible fluids




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EARLIER WORKSHOPS “Micro-Macro Modeling and Simulation of Liquid-Vapour Flows”

Sixth Workshop, Stuttgart, Jan. 2011

Fourth Workshop, Aachen, Feb. 2009

Second Workshop, Bordeaux

Opening Workshop, Kirchzarten, Nov. 2005