Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Computational Modelling '11 Programme Published

In minerals engineering, the typically complex multi-phase nature of the systems makes modelling particularly challenging. This has resulted in a wide range of different techniques being applied, ranging from Computational Fluid Dynamic methods such as Finite Element, Finite Volume, Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics to particle methods such as Discrete Element Methods, as well as many others. Given the interactions that occur in minerals processing systems, an increasing area of study is in coupling different methods.

Falmouth, Cornwall
MEI's 3rd Computational Modelling conference will be held in Falmouth, Cornwall, in June, and will be immediately followed by Physical Separation '11 at the same venue.

The conference is sponsored by DEM Solutions, and the provisional programme is now available for viewing.

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