Author center and dates - Norwegian Hydropower Center
Last date for the full-length paper submission. Notification of the full-length paper. Last date for the full-length revised paper submission. Notification of the final formatting, editing and proofread corrections, if any, with deadline of 48 hours. Third Francis-99 workshop.
|28 MAY (Day-1)||0900-1000||Registration||Gamle elektro-EL6, Bragstads Plass, NTNU|
|Day-1||1000-1020||Workshop opening and welcome||Prof. Torbjørn Nielsen and Chirag Trivedi|
|Day-1||1020-1030||NTNU Energy and ambitions||Prof. Johan Hustad (Director of NTNU Energy)|
|Day-1||1030-1040||HydroCen presentation||Hege Brende (Executive Director HydroCen)|
|Day-1||1040-1120||Keynote presentations on FSI||Prof. Eduard Egusquiza (UPC Spain)|
|Day-1||1120-1200||Keynote presentations (Runner cracking – ten years later)||Bjarne Børresen (Multiconsult-Norway)|
|Day-1||1300-1320||Two-way coupled simulation of the Francis-99 hydrofoil using model order reduction||F99-W3-C1-FSI-001|
|Day-1||1320-1340||FSI analysis of Francis-99 hydrofoil employing SBES model to adequately predict vortex shedding||F99-W3-C1-FSI-002|
|Day-1||1340-1400||Damping Measurements on a Multi-Blade Cascade with Multiple Degrees of Freedom||F99-W3-C1-FSI-003|
|Day-1||1400-1420||A test of the v2-f k-e turbulence model for the prediction of vortex shedding in the Francis-99 hydrofoil test case||F99-W3-C1-CFD-001|
|Day-1||1430-1450||Francis-99: Coupled simulation of the resonance effects in runner channels||F99-W3-C2-FSI-001|
|Day-1||1450-1510||Fluid structure interaction of Francis-99 turbine and experimental validation||F99-W3-C2-FSI-002|
|Day-1||1510-1530||Francis 99: Evaluation of the strain energy density value for welded joints typical of turbine runner blades||F99-W3-C2-FSI-003|
|Day-1||1530-1550||Influence of the guide vanes design on stress parameters of Francis 99 turbine||F99-W3-C2-FSI-005|
|Day-1||1550-1600||Discussion and group prhotograph|
|Day-1||1800-2200||Dinner||Venue will be announced in the workshop|
|29 MAY (Day-2)||0900-1000||Keynote presentations||Prof. Claire Deschênes and Prof. Sébastien Houde (Université Laval, Quebec, Canada|
|Day-2||1015-1035||Numerical investigation of pressure pulsations related to rotor-stator interaction in the Francis-99 turbine||F99-W3-C2-CFD-001|
|Day-2||1035-1055||Application of the Harmonic Balance method for regime change prediction using Francis-99 test case||F99-W3-C2-CFD-002|
|Day-2||1055-1115||Vortical structures in cavitating flow on the Francis-99 draft tube cone at off-design conditions with the new omega vortex identification method||F99-W3-C2-CFD-003|
|Day-2||1115-1130||HydroFlex + HiFrancis||Prof. Ole G. Dahlhaug|
|Day-2||1230-1330||Discussions and closing remark||Future research in hydropower...|
|Day-2||1345-1500||Laboratory visits||Smart grid and Waterpower Laboratory|
Presenting author(s) Free
Student (M. Sc. and Ph. D.) Free
NTNU Employee Free
Participant 2500/- NOK
Accompanying person (dinner) 1000/- NOK
Registration is compulsory for all, participating in the workshop, and click here to complete the registration and to make online payment. Last date for the registration is 22 May 2019 at 00:00. If you need invitation letter for visa application, please contact Debbie Koreman van den Bergh (email@example.com , tel. +47-73593561).
Paper submission guideline
Accepted papers after the peer-review will be published in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS).
Guide for the abstract submission: Abstract should be 150–300 words and it should reflect the actual work, which authors are going to present as results in the paper. Paper size A4 (2 cm margin all sides), double line spacing, 12 point font size, Times New Roman font, and the abstract should be left aligned.
The paper title must include phrase/keyword "Francis-99." This help to index the database, citation and searching papers associated with the Francis-99 test cases. The paper title should less than 100 characters with spaces.
The third Francis-99 workshop includes two different test cases, i.e., Hydrofoil and Turbine. If the authors want to work on both test cases, they may submit two separate papers. Authors are also permitted to combine both test cases into one paper. However, methodology, results and conclusion should be clearly distinguishable in the paper.
Guide for the full-length paper submission:
Abstract should be 100–200 words. IOP Conference Series uses author-supplied PDFs for all online and print publication. Authors are requested to prepare their papers using Microsoft Word or LaTeX, according to the guidelines and templates, and then convert these files to PDF. It is important to ensure that when you submit your paper, it is in its final form ready for publication, and has been thoroughly proofread. IOP do not copy edit or reformat papers and will not send out author proofs prior to publication. Post-publication changes are not permitted, so please ensure that your paper has been checked for errors. By submitting a paper an author and all co-authors are assumed to agree with the terms of the IOP Proceedings Licence.
As a summary, please ensure the following:
- Paper size is European A4.
- Margins are 4cm (top), 2.5cm (left and right) and 2.7cm (bottom).
- The paper includes the author name and affiliation (full address including country).
- There are no page numbers, or headers and footers, within the paper.
- The PDF is free of formatting errors (e.g. corrupt equations, missing or low-resolution figures), since conversion from Word to PDF can introduce formatting errors.
- Text is single spaced, not double spaced.
- The PDF file is editable and not password protected.
- All pages are portrait (landscape pages should be rotated).
- Reference lists are checked for accuracy. References can only be linked via Crossref if they are correct and complete.
- Figures are placed within the text, not collected at the end of the document.
- A thorough proofread is conducted to check the standard of English and ensure wording is clear and concise.
Submit Abstract and Manuscript by Email: Chirag Trivedi.
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