First International Symposium on

Finite Volumes for Complex Applications

- Problems and Perspectives -

July, 15-18, 1996 / Rouen, France

Preliminary Timetable

Monday July, 15. Tuesday July, 16. Wednesday July, 17. Thursday July,18. 
8.30 - 9.45 Registration  8.45 - 9.30 Invited: J. P. Vila  9.00 - 9.45 Invited: M. Kröner  9.00 - 9.45 Invited: M. Meinke 
9.45 - 10.15 Opening  9.30 - 10.50 S4: New fields of application  9.45 - 10.25 S7: Complexity and large computations I  9.45 - 10.30 Invited: I. Toumi 
10.15 - 11.00 Invited: T. Gallouet  10.50 - 11.10 Coffee  10.25 - 10.45 Coffee  10.30 - 10.50 Coffee 
11.00 - 12.20 S1: Numerical analysis I  11.10 - 12.30 S5: Limits of methods and errors  10.45 - 12.25 S8: Finite volumes for water waves  10.50 - 12.10 S10: Stiff systems with source terms 
Lunch  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch 
14.00 - 14.45 Invited: A. Dervieux  14.00 - 14.45 Invited: G. Wittum  14.00 - 14.45 Invited: N. P. Weatherill  14.00 - 15.00 S11: Complexity and large computations II 
14.45 - 16.05 S2: Innovative schemes I  14.45 - 15.30 P1: Poster-Introduction I  14.45 - 15.30 P2: Poster-Introduction II  15.00 - 15.20 Coffee 
16.05 - 16.25 Coffee  15.30 - 16.30 Coffee and Poster Session I  15.30 - 16.30 Coffee and Poster Session II  15.20 - 16.00 S12: Complexity and large computations III 
16.25 - 18.25 S3: Numerical analysis II  16.30 - 17.50 S6: Innovative schemes II  16.30 - 18.10 S9: Complex geometries and adaptivity  16.00 Closure 

Invited 1 : T. Gallouet

--- Monday July, 15. 10.15 - 11.00 ---

Invited 2 : A. Dervieux

--- Monday July, 15. 14.00 - 14.45 ---

Invited 3 : J. P. Vila

--- Tuesday July, 16. 8.45 - 9.30 ---

Invited 4 : G. Wittum

--- Tuesday July, 16. 14.00 - 14.45 ---

Invited 5 : M. Kröner

--- Wednesday July, 17. 9.00 - 9.45 ---

Invited 6 : N. P. Weatherill

--- Wednesday July, 17. 14.00 - 14.45 ---

Invited 7 : M. Meinke

--- Thursday July,18. 9.00 - 9.45 ---

Invited 8 : I. Toumi

--- Thursday July,18. 9.45 - 10.30 ---

Session 1 : Numerical analysis I

--- Monday July, 15. 11.00 - 12.20 ---
  1. Error Estimate for the approximate solutions of a nonlinear hyperbolic equation given by a higher order finite volume scheme

  2. Claire Chainais-Hillairet, UMPA ENS Lyon, France
  3. Convergence of Finite Volume schemes for elliptic and hyperbolic equations with boundary conditions

  4. M.H. Vignal, E.N.S. Lyon, UMPA, Lyon, France.
  5. Finite Volume Method for diffusion convection equations on general meshes

  6. Raphaele Herbin, CMI, Technopole de Chateau Gombert Universite de Provence,Marseille, France
  7. Convergence rate of a finite volume scheme for a diffusion-convection problem

  8. Yves Coudiere, J.P. Vila, and P. Villedieu UMR MIP, Toulouse, France

Session 2 : Innovative schemes I

--- Monday July, 15. 14.45 - 16.05 ---
  1. Problems with Heterogeneous and Non-Isotropic Media or Distorted Grids

  2. James M. Hyman, Mikhail Shashkov, Stanly Steinberg (US)
  3. Adjoint High Order Numerical Gradient and Divergence Operators on Non-Uniform Grids

  4. N. Robidoux (US)
  5. Numerical Modelling of Compressible Gas-Solid Two-Phase Flows

  6. par L. Combe, J.M. Herard, EDF, France
  7. TVD and ENO Schemes for Multidimensional Steady and Unsteady Compressible Flows; A Comparative Analysis

  8. Jiri Furst, Karel Kozel, Philippe Angot, I.R.P.H.E, 13003 Marseille, France.

Session 3 : Numerical analysis II

--- Monday July, 15. 16.25 - 18.25 ---
  1. A posteriori error estimate for some finite volume schemes

  2. A. Agouzal, J-F Maitre, and F. Oudin, UMR 5585 du CNRS, Universite de Lyon 1, Villeurbanne, France
  3. La methode des Elements Volumes Finis Mixtes sur des Triangulations Generales ELRT0(Vi)

  4. D. Esselaoui, Y. Loukili Labo SIANO, Dept. De Maths-Informatique, Faculte des Sciences Universite Ibn-Tofail, Kenitra, Maroc.
  5. Causes and Cure of Unfavourable Behaviour at Low Mach Number for an Implicit Upwind Scheme

  6. C. Viozat, INRIA BP93, Sophia-Antipolis, France
  7. Analysis of fourth-order artificial dissipation on unstructured stretched meshes for convection-diffusion problems

  8. K. Mer, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France.
  9. Control volume technique based on the non-centered Pade-type differences

  10. V.A. Garanzha, Computing Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
  11. A new family of streamline-based very high resolution schemes

  12. F. Moukalled, M. Darwish, American University of Beirut, Faculty of Engineering & Architecture, Mechanical Engineering Department, Beirut, Lebanon

Session 4 : New Fields of application

--- Tuesday July, 16. 9.30 - 10.50 ---
  1. A new finite volume projection method for the numerical solution of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations on triangular grids

  2. Nicola Botta \and D. Hempel: (UK), DLR G"ottingen, Institut f"ur Str"omungsmechanik Bunsenstr. G"ottingen
  3. A New Mixed Finite Volume Method for Drift-Diffusion Models in Semiconductors

  4. Riccardo Sacco, Fausto Saleri, Dipartemento Di Mathematica, Politecnico Di Milano, Via Bonardi, Italy
  5. Une approche nouvelle de la methode des volumes finis adaptee a un maillage de polygones convexes

  6. S. Mottet, C. Simon France Telecom, CNET Lannion B, , Route de Tregastel, 22301 Lannion, France
  7. Modeling ozone depletion in the Arctic polar vortex during the 1995 winter with a high resolution one-layer model using finite volume method

  8. S. Edouard, B. Legras, R. Eymard, LMD, CNRS, LCPC, France

Session 5 : Limits of methods and errors

--- Tuesday July, 16. 11.10 - 12.30 ---
  1. A Critical Review of High-Order Accurate Finite Volume ENO Schemes

  2. T. Lumpp (Swiss)
  3. Influence of the convection scheme on the solution of the pressure correction equation using GMRES with short restart

  4. V. Botte, A. Tourlidakis and R.L. Elder, Department of turbomachinery, School of, Mechanical Engineering,, Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK
  5. A Mixed Finite Element - Finite Volume algorithm for fast-transient dynamic analysis S. V. POTAPOV, EDF, France
  6. Finite Volume Discretisations of Density Driven Flow Problems

  7. Peter Frolkovic and Peter Knabner, Martensstrasse 3, 91058 Erlangen, BRD, Institut fuer Angewandte Mathematik I; , Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg

Session 6 : Innovative schemes II

--- Tuesday July, 16. 16.30 - 17.50 ---
  1. Aligned 3D-Finite-Volumes for Convection-Diffusion-Problems

  2. Klaus Johannsen, Germany
  3. Mid-edge Based Box Schemes for Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations

  4. F. Alcrudo, and J.J. Chattot, Mecanica de Fluidos, Centro Politecnico Superior, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Espagne
  5. On the use of Crocco's relation in Wall Boundary treatement

  6. G. Fernandez and N. Balakrishnan, ENSAM Paris, France.
  7. A Finite Volume Method Designed for Error Analysis.

  8. M. Borsboom (Delft, NL)

Session 7 : Complexity and large computations I

--- Wednesday July, 17. 9.45 - 10.25 ---
  1. Finite Volume Solutions of Three-Dimensional Shock-Vortex-Boundary Layer Interaction Flow-Field

  2. Kenichi Matsuno, Nobuyuki Satofuka, and Takashi Araga, Department of Mechanical and System Engineering, Kyoto Institut of Technology, Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606 Japan
  3. A parallel Finite Volume Solver for Large-Scale Simulation of Buoyant Flows

  4. D. Bandelli, E. Nobile, L. Onesti, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Navale, Del Mare e per l'Ambiente,, DINMA, University of Trieste, Italie

Session 8 : Finite Volumes for water waves

--- Wednesday July, 17. 10.45 - 12.25 ---
  1. Numerical model of Pseudo Steady Flows in Estuarine Open Chanel Networks Using Finite Volume and Finite Element Methods

  2. Koichi Unami, Toshihiko Kawachi, Hiroshi Okumura, and Ken Hiramatsu, Kyoto, Japon
  3. Implementation of Topography in Ocean Models: A Shaved Cell Approach on an Unstaggered Grid

  4. Tilo Landenfeld, John C. Marshall, Lev Perelman (US/Germany)
  5. Object Oriented Finite Volume Flood Wave Propagation for complex Valleys

  6. B. Ech-Cherif El Kettani, D. Ouazar, J.P. Pecuchet, M. Itmi, EMI, LASH, BP 765 Agdal, Rabat, Maroc
  7. Modified Eulerian Lagrangian Simulation for transport problems using spatial velocity distribution

  8. Naima Bentoudja, D Ouazar, S. Sorek, D. Esselaoui, LASH, EMI, BP765, Av Ibn Sina, Agdal, Rabat, Maroc
  9. A two-dimensional flux-corrected advection scheme for tracking free surfaces

  10. Walter Rumold and Werner O. Schiehlen, Institut B of Mechanics, University of Stutgart,, Pfaffeuwaldring 9, Germany

Session 9 : Complex geometries and adaptivity

--- Wednesday July, 17. 16.30 - 17.50 ---
  1. Finite volume adaptive Mesh Refinement algorithm for gas dynamic and MHD Problems

  2. S. Semushin,, Laboratoire de Physique des Milieux Ionises, Ecole Polytechnique, France
  3. Study of Unsteady Viscous Flows Using Adaptive-Unstructured Grid Solvers

  4. D. Drikakis, D. Ofengeim (UK)
  5. Finite Volume Methods on Unstructured Meshes for Compressible Flows

  6. Vit Dolejsi and Philippe Angot
  7. An Efficient Upwind Scheme with Finite Volumes of the Edge Type for the bidimensional Shallow Water Equations

  8. M.E. Vazquez, Departamento de Matematica Aplicada, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  9. Finite volume algorithmes on arbitrary grids for aerodynamics and hydrodynamics applications

  10. Bharat K. Soni, Roy P. Koomullil, Jinglian J. Liu, ERC/ Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS 39762, USA

Session 10 : Stiff systems with source terms

. --- Thursday July,18. 10.50 - 12.10 ---
  1. Riemann Solver for Compressible Combustion Codes

  2. P. Jenny, B. M"uller, H. Thomann (Swiss)
  3. Stiff Problems in Thermofluid Dynamic using Finite Volume Methods

  4. M. ElGanaoui, P. Larroude', L. Elena, D. Morvan, R. Schiestel and P. Bontoux Institut de Recherche sur les Phenomenes Hors Equilibre U.M., n138 CNRS - Universites d'Aix-Marseille I & II Departement Modelisation Numerique, Marseille - France
  5. Dam break wave simulation

  6. N. Goutal, F. Maurel EDF, DER, Laboratoire National d'Hydraulique, Chatou, France
  7. Numerical Simulation of the Deflagration to Detonation Transition

  8. T. Parra, P. B. Butler, F. Castro and M. A. Rodriguez, Ingenieria Energetica Fluidomecanica, E.T.S.I.I., Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

Session 11 : Complexity and large computations II

--- Thursday July,18. 14.00 - 15.00 ---
  1. Computation of the trajectory of an immersed body by solving the coupled Navier-Stokes and rigid body dynamics equations

  2. J.M. LE Gouez, C. de Jouette, M.C. Rouault, Principia R D, Port de Bregaillon, La Seyne Sur Mer, France
  3. Finite volume predictions of 3D Turbulent Compressible Flows Using a Segregated Solution Approach and High-Order Schemes

  4. Guoquing Zhang and Dennis N. Assanis, W.E. Lay Automotive Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, U.S.A

Session 12 : Complexity and large computations III

--- Thursday July,18. 15.20 - 16.20 ---
  1. A Strongly Implicit Finite Volume Method for Complex Turbulent Flows.

  2. G. Barakos, D. Drikakis (UK)
  3. Large Eddy Simulation of a Turbulent planar Jet

  4. Claus Weinberger, Johannes Janicka (Germany)
  5. Simulation Numerique d'un Ecoulement de Fluide Viscoelastique de type White-Metzener par la methode des volumes finis

  6. S Raghay, A. Hakim, Faculte des Sciences et Techniques Gueliz, Departement de Mathematiques, Marrakech, MAROC

Poster session I

--- Tuesday July, 16. 14.45 - 15.30 --- (Introduction)
--- Tuesday July, 16. 15.30 - 16.30 --- (Presentation)
  1. A nine point Finite volume Roe Scheme for Shallow Water Equations Coupled To Pollutant Transport Including Source Terms

  2. M. Chakir, F. Benkhaldoun, D. Ouazar, L. Monthe, LASH, EMI, BP 765, AV Ibn Sina, Agdal, Rabat, Maroc
  3. Mixed Finite Difference, Finite Volume Implicit TVD Scheme for Computation of transonic Flows

  4. A. Sedaghat, The Manchester School of Engineering, (Aerospace Division), Manchester M13 9PL, UK
  5. Relation between FEM and FVM applied to the poisson equation

  6. Reiner Vanselow,, TU Dresden, Mommsenstr. 13,Institut fur Numerische Mathematik, D - 01062 Dresden, Germany, Germany
  7. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of Two-Fluid Models of Two-Phase Flow

  8. Iztok Tiselj, Stojan Petelin, Jozef Stefan, Institute, University of Ljubljana, Jamova, Ljubljana, Slovenie
  9. Transient Flow Numerical Simulations in a Wind Tunnel

  10. M. Cardoso, Y. Burtschell, M.C. Druguet and D. Zeitoun Universite de Provence - Laboratoire I.U.S.T.I UMR C.N.R.S 139, Departement Milieux Hors Equilibre, Marseille
  11. Sur un algorithme en volumes finis non structures pour la resolution des ecoulements compressibles, turbulents et reactifs

  12. Ahmed BEN TAIB, GIST, Sevres France
  13. Numerical problems encountered in the finite volume modeling of low pressure reacting flows

  14. J.N. Baleo, M.J. Commandre'-Vignes, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
  15. Numerical modelling of turbulent compressible flows using second-order models

  16. G. Brun, J.M. Herard, L. Leal De Souza, M. Uhlmann, EDF, France

Poster session II

--- Wednesday July, 17. 14.45 - 15.30 --- (Introduction)
--- Wednesday July, 17. 15.30 - 16.30 --- (Presentation)
  1. Turbulent Flow by an Implicit Finite Volume Scheme

  2. A. Nebbache, A. Saouab, D. Vandromme, LMFN, France
  3. Anisotropic Mesh-refinement Techniques for Structured Grids

  4. C. H.. Thill, D. H"anel (Germany)
  5. Numerical Solution of 2D and 3D Euler and Navier-Stokes Equations Using Cell Centered and Cell-Vertex Methods

  6. J. Fort, M. Fialova, J. Halama, M. Hunek, K. Kozel (Tschechia)
  7. Adaptive finite volumes for complex hydraulic flows

  8. P. Sleigh, M. Berzins, P. Gaskell (UK)
  9. Une methode de maillage autoadaptatif pour la simulation du fonctionnement electrique de dispositifs a semiconducteurs

  10. C. Simon, S. Mottet, IRISA, Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu, Rennes, France
  11. Finite Volume and Finite Volume Element Methods for Convection-Diffusion-Reaction Problems

  12. R. D. Lazarov, I. D. Mishev, Dep. of Mathematics, Texas University.
  13. A Comparison of different Solution Proceedures for Compressible Viscous Flows

  14. J. S. Cheong, H. J. Dohmen, H. Simon (Germany)
  15. Problems of Modelling of dynamics and deposition of dust particles in two-phase turbulent flows

  16. Zaichik L. I., Pershukov V. A., Goryachev V. D., Power Institut, Moscow, Tver Technical University, Tver
  17. Computation of the flow in three-dimensional wind tunnel nozzles for supersonic speed

  18. F. Leopold, F. Jagusinski, L. Balestre, BC. Jaeggy, French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis, ISL, Saint Louis, France

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