Proceedings From The 2014 WCCM Event In Barcelona

The 2014 WCCM congress is a jointly organized event between IACM and ECCOMAS. Tagged WCCM XI – ECCM V – ECFD VI Barcelona 2014, the Congress was held in Barcelona Spain from 20 – 25 July 2014.

The Proceedings Of The Co-Organized

11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics,
5th European Congress on Computational Mechanics &
6th European Congress on Computational Fluid Dynamics

The topics covered in the Congress spread across many disciplines on the application and theory of computational approaches in applied sciences and engineering.

 

The 2014 WCCM congress is a jointly organized event between IACM and ECCOMAS

 

Of the over 4000 abstracts submitted, about 3200 were accepted for presentation. For the presentation, papers were grouped into 8 distinctive technical sessions focused on Aeronautics, over 216 Minisymposia and 26 thematic sessions that include contributed papers.

The technical programs are 6 major plenary lectures and 30 semi-plenary lectures which includes many young investor lectures and industrial lectures. Also inclusive are the closing and opening lectures.

 

The 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics will be held in Barcelona, Spain.

All the activities outlined made the 2014 event the largest meeting to be held in computational mechanics. It is a gathering of about 4000 academics, scientists, engineers and researchers from more than 60 countries from around the world. It wass a gathering in Barcelona, Spain, to listen to new developments, present works and have the opportunity to have some time with old colleagues and friends on the platform.

The topics covered in the Congress spread across many disciplines on the application and theory of computational approaches in applied sciences and engineering.

Minisymposia

  •  The congress covers presentations on Minisymposia
    •  The congress Minisymposia is divided between ECCM V and ECFD VI as;
    •  Minisymposia in the frame of ECCM V
    •  Minisymposia in the frame of ECFD VI
    •  Each of the sessions above is also labeled under sections of TOMO II to TOMO VI for better reference. This includes the papers and technical sessions of the Congress

The Papers’ Lists

  •  The list of the presented papers are categorized as:
    • Minisymposia in the frame of ECCM V – TOMO II
    • Minisymposia in the frame of ECCM V – TOMO III
    • Minisymposia in the frame of ECCM V – TOMO IV
    • Minisymposia in the frame of ECFD VI – TOMO V
    • Contributed Papers in the frame of ECCM V – TOMO VI
    • Contributed Papers in the frame of ECFD VI – TOMO VI
    • Special Technological Sessions – TOMO VI

 

Some of the topics in this section are:

Contributed Papers – ECCM V

  • Advanced Numerical Methods
  • Composite Materials and Structures
  • Impact Mechanics and Blast Loads
  • Industrial Applications of Computational Solid Mechanics and Related Techniques

The technical programs are 6 major plenary lectures and 30 semi-plenary lectures which includes many young investor lectures and industrial lectures.

Contributed Papers – EFCD VI

  •  Advanced Methods of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Related Techniques
    • Special Technology Sessions
    • Higher-Order Methods for Aerospace Applications
    • Multi-Physics Challenges in Aeronautics Design
    • Minisymposia Papers – ECCM V (TOM II)
    • Advanced Approaches for Shape Optimization
    • Advanced Bea Models
    • Advanced Computational Failure Analysis of Fiber Composite Structures
    • Advanced Computational Techniques in Geophysical Sciences
    • Advanced Discretization and solution Methods for Coupled Multiphysics transport Phenomena
    • Advanced Homogenization Approaches for Modeling Damages and Failure in solids
    • Advanced Materials: Computational Analysis of Properties and Performance
    • Advanced Methods for the Analysis and design of Tensile Structure


Minisymposia Papers – ECFD VI (TOMO V)

  •  Advanced Gridding and Discretization Techniques for Petroleum Reservoir Simulation
    • Advanced Models for Large- Eddy Simulation and Regulation of Turbulent Flows
    • Advanced Numerical Methods for Cavitating Flows
    • Advanced Techniques for Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow and Transport in Porous Media
    • Advances in accurate and Robust Numerical Methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics
    • Advances in Moving Boundary Problems in Fluid Dynamics
    • Advances in multiscale Flow Modeling; Methods and Applications

This is the proceeding of the event for that year.