701 Computational Heat Transfer

Darrell Pepper, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Alain Kassab, University of Central Florida
David Carrington, LANL
A minisymposium on computational heat transfer is proposed for the WCCM 2018. The topics areas for the minisymposium would include advanced computational techniques (including FEM, BEM, and meshless methods), high performance computing for thermal assessment (e,g, advanced buildings, data centers), inverse heat transfer, turbulence modeling, free and forced convection, environmental heat transfer, combustion and fire modeling, biological heat transfer, and compressible/hypersonic flow modeling.