Abstract and full length paper submission guidelines
Abstract and full length paper will be sent to Michel Cervantes.
Formatting the abstract:
Submission file format should be pdf. Maximum numbers of words in abstract are 500. Maximum length of the paper title is 25 words, no special character, only "dash" can be used, if needed. The paper title should include a term "Francis-99" in order to link all Francis-99 papers with single keyword for citation.
Formatting the full length final paper:
Please follow the guideline available for Journal of Physics: Conference Series.
The registration to the workshop is made by sending the registration form below to Debbie Koreman (email@example.com , tel. +47-73593561) and paying the required fees. The registration fees include 25% VAT and are as follow:
- Author(s): Free
- MSc/PhD student who wants to attend the presentation sessions: Free.
- NTNU and LTU staff: Free.
- Participants without paper: 3500 NOK.
- Late Registration (01-14 December 2016): 4500 NOK.
- Registrated participants that do not attend the workshop: 2000 NOK.
Registration is compulsory for all participants. It must be done before 1 December 2016.
Cancellations of the registration to the workshop must be made within December 7.
The workshop will be held at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. The address is: Electric Power Engineering Building (room EL6), OS Bragstads plass 2E, N-7034 Trondheim. Map. This is preliminary.
A large number of hotels are available around the University (BEST WESTERN Chesterfield Rica Bakklandet, Clarion Grand Olav Clarion Hotel & Confress Trondheim, Comfort Hotel Park, Scandic Lerkendal, City Living, Trondheim Youth hostels ...).
Francis-99 (II) workshop program
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1230-1240: Prof. T. Nielsen: Introduction
1240-1310: C. Bergan: Francis-99 test case: experiments
1310-1340: R. Lestriez: Francis-99 test case: mesh
1340-1410: P. Mossinger, R. Jester-Zurker, A. Jung: Francis-99: Transient CFD simulation of load changes and turbine shutdown in a model sized high-head Francis turbine.
1410-1430: Coffee break
1430-1500: K-R Jakobsen, M. Aasved Holst: CFD simulations of transient load change on a high head Francis turbine
1500-1530: Y. Dewan, C. Custer, A. Ivashchenko: Simulation of the Francis-99 hydro turbine during steady and transient operation
1530-1600: A. Minakov, A. Sentyabov, D. Platonov: Numerical investigation of flow structure and pressure pulsation in the Francis-99 turbine during startup
1600-1630: A. Minakov, D. Platonov, A. Sentyabov, A. Gavrilov: Francis-99 turbine numerical flow simulation of steady state operation using RANS and RANS/LES turbulence model
1610-1630: A. Gavrilov, A. Dekterev, A. Minakov, D. Platonov, A. Sentyabov: Steady state operation simulation of the Francis-99 turbine by means of advanced turbulence models
1630-1700: E. Casartelli, L. Mangani, O. Ryan, A. Del Rio: Performance prediction of the high head Francis-99 turbine for steady operation points
1700-1900: (free time)
0830-0900: Y. Zeng, L.X. Zhang, J.P. Guo, Y.K. Guo, Q.L. Pan, J. Qian: Efficiency limit factor analysis for the Francis-99 hydraulic turbine
0900-0930: N. Tonello, Y. Eude, B. de Laage de Meux, M. Ferrand : Frozen rotor and sliding mesh models applied to the 3D simulation of the Francis-99 Tokke turbine with Code_Saturne
0930-1000: P.Østby, J.T. Billdal, B. Haugen, O-G. Dahlhaug: On the relation between friction losses and pressure pulsations caused by rotor-stator interaction on the Francis-99 turbine
1000-1015: Coffee break
1015-1140: Group discussion
1140-1155: Prof. Ole-Gunnar Dahlhaug: Francis-99 III
1155-1200: Prof. T. Nielsen: Conclusion
1300-1500: Visit Water Power Laboratory