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1st
: ViolentFlows 2007, Fukuoka, Japan
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2nd: ViolentFlows2012, Nantes, France


Sponsored by ClassNK

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News
NOTE: The registration will start at 8:30am on 9th Mar.

- 23 Feb 2016 Presentation timetable is uploaded.
- 9 Feb 2016 Announcement of Schedule at a glance and Conference banquet.
- 8 Feb 2016 Special lecture (Mr. Toshiyuki Matsumoto, ClassNK) Announced.
- 20 Dec 2015 Keynote speaker 3 (Prof Frederick Stern, Iowa Univ.) Announced.
- 1 Dec 2015 Registration is now open. Click here.
- 1 Dec 2015 Abstract Submission Page Closed.
- 1 Dec 2015 Paper instructions and template uploaded.

- 20 Oct 2015 Abstract submission extended to 30th Nov.
- 2 Oct 2015 Keynote speaker 2 (Prof Kazuo Kashiyama, Chuo Univ.) Announced.
-1 Sep 2015
Keynote speaker 1 (Prof Hitoshi Goto, Kyoto Univ.) Announced.
- 12 Aug 2015 Abstract Submission Page Opened.

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15 July 2015 Home Page Opened.

Welcome
The 3rd International Conference on Violent Flows 2016 will be held at I-site Namba, Osaka, Japan. The organizing committee is willing to provide with this conference a rich and friendly forum for discussing the late achievements and stimulating further progress in research on strongly nonlinear hydrodynamics in all aspects. It includes experimental and physical modeling dedicated to advanced numerical simulations with an emphasis on emerging immersive/interactive simulation techniques of violent flows, and their interactions with deformable boddies.

Namba is centrally located in the most vibrant part of Osaka, the second largest metropolitan area of Japan.

Interested researchers are requested to submit abstracts. See
'Key dates and submission' page.

Overview
Date: 9-11 March, 2016
Venue: I-site Namba, Osaka, Japan
Language: English
Supported by: Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE)
Sponsored by: Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK)


Papers will be seleted by the organizing committee, based on submitted abstracts.

The best paper and best student paper awards will be granted. See 'Program/Event' page for more details.

Conference Topics
Violent flows exist in many engineering fields: naval architecture & ocean engineering, civil, coastal, mechanical, aerospace, nuclear, renewable energy and process engineering, etc.The scope includes topics such as,
  • Green water on deck, wave impact
  • Sloshing
  • Slamming, whipping, springing
  • Water entry, impact
  • Fluid-structure interaction, multi-physics
  • Structural deformation and vibration in waves/flows
  • Nonlinear body motions in waves
  • Air entrainment, multi-phase flows
  • Tsunamis, freak waves, wave breaking
  • Violent flows in engineering
  • Advanced experiments/measurements
  • CFD verification & validation for violent flows





Story
Our activity is linked to the brain-circulation program which supported dispatches of five researchers to oversea institutions. See the story here.