Day 1 (23/03/2020)
9:30-13:30 Practical session USERS: Running test cases with graphical interface DesignSPHysics (new version)
15:30-18:30 Practical session DEVELOPERS: How to modify the source code: which files and functions to edit, compiling and running.
Day 2 (24/03/2020)
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:10 Welcoming Prof. Agustín Sanchez Arcilla, UPC
09:10-09:50 Keynote lecture Prof. Antonio Souto Iglesias, UPM
9:50-10:20 Novelties of version 5.0 (exclusive access for workshop participants) Prof. Benedict Rogers, University of Manchester
10:20-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-11:45 Current developments
New density diffusion term Dr Renato Vacondio, University of Parma
New Modified Dynamic Boundary Conditions Dr. José Domínguez, University of Vigo
Aaron English, University of Manchester
11:45-12:00 short break
12:00-13:15 Session 1: Delegate Presentations
A detailed investigation of surf zone hydrodynamics using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics simulations Ryan Lowe, University Of Western Australia
Simulation of the Behavior of Tetrapods against Solitary Wave Using DualSPHysics Jun Mitsiu, Fudo-Tetra
Physical Experiment and Numerical Simulation of Boulder Transport by Tsunami and Storm Waves Tomohiro Yasuda, Kansai University
An efficient coupling method for wave generation of maximum wave in mild and shallow foreshore Tomohiro Suzuki, Flanders Hydraulics Research
Numerical Recreation of the Giant Freak Wave in Two Crossing Wave Systems Using DualSPHysics Taiga Kanehira, Hiroshima University
13:15-14:45 Lunch
14:45-16:00 Session 2: Delegate Presentations
Developing Multi-resolution multi-phase SPH in DualSPHysics Annalie Baines, University of Manchester
Assessment of different LES models for SPH simulations Francesco Ricci, New Jersey Institute of Technology
An implementation of an Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian Riemann-based SPH formulation within DualSPHysics Ruben Antona, University of Bolzano
Developing DualSPHysics to solve depth-integrated flow for tsunami modelling Hazif Aslami, University of Manchester
Working with DualSPHysics Simulation Data Ahmed Salih, Aarhus University
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-17:45 Session 3: Delegate Presentations
Numerical Simulation on Scattering Process of Honeycomb Armour Blocks by DualSPHysics Takashi Yamamoto, Kansai University
Wave overtopping assessment in DualSPHysics for real sea states of 1000 random waves Maria Luigia Robustelli, University of Salerno
An experimental comparison of a SPH 3D simulation of a YEZ-2A airship model at a high Reynolds number. O. Rocha-Lopez, R. Avila Rodriguez & A. García Pérez, UNAM
Modelling of Ships and Offshore Platforms in Extreme Environment using DualSPHysics Shameem Islam , NRC
DualSPHysics model of a vertical slot fishway using open boundaryconditions Gorazd Novak, University of Ljubljana
20:30 Workshop Dinner
Day 3 (25/03/2020)
9:00-10:00 Current developments
New rheology models, non-Newtonian formulations and multiphase flows Dr Georgios Fourtakas, University of Manchester
Coupling with MoorDyn library and new functionalities in the coupling with Project Chrono Dr Alex Crespo, University of Vigo
10:00-10:15 short break
10:15-11:30 Session 4: Delegate Presentations
Capturing Interfacial Instabilities with DualSPHysics Georgina Reece, University of Manchester
Improvement of Boundary Condition for Sloshing Simulation in Spherical Tank Chong Ma, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology of Japan
3D Simulations of a fish pass with M-DBC and Inlet/Outlet Boundary conditions Aaron English, University of Manchester
Numerical simulation of hydrodynamics in Stirred-Tank Bioreactor with Proximity Impellers using DualSPHysics Carlos Alvarado, University of Guanajuato
11:30-11:45 Coffee break
11:45-12:45 Session 5: Delegate Presentations
Modelling of an Oscillating Water Column in DualSPHysics Nicolas Quartier, Ghent University
Flow measurement by inclination of anti-return gate in sewer Tanguy Pouzol, Aegir
Modelling of point-absorber wave energy converters with power take-off unit using DualSPHysics Bonaventura Tagliafierro, University of Salerno
Modelling of a Wave Energy Converter based on the Roll Oscillations of Offshore Floating Platforms with DualSPHysics Daniel Clemente, University of Porto
12:45-13:15 New stand-alone wave generation algorithm employing inlet/outlet conditions Dr Corrado Altomare, UPC
13:15-14:45 Lunch
14:45:15:45 Session 6: Delegate Presentations
Using SPH modelling to complement flume study in the development of a novel turbine design Nicolas Hanousek, Cardiff School of Eng.
Modelling the mineral slurry flow in grinding mills with smoothed particle hydrodynamics Wei Chen, University of Newcastle
Harvesting energy from drainpipes: a numerical investigation using DualSPHysics Giacomo Viccione, University of Salerno
Using DualSPHysics to Study the Hydrodynamics in an Anerobic Digester Kumar, Prashmat, Innsbruk University
15:45 - 16:15 Break
16:15 - 17:00 Final discussion and closure