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NEHM 2018 Workshop presentations

MASTS Numerical & Experimental Hydrodynamic Modelling Forum Workshop

Grassmarket Centre Edinburgh, 86 Candlemaker Row, EH1 2QA

Thursday 19th April 2018

Session 1: Chair – Phil Gillibrand (Marine Harvest)

0930: Welcome & update on forum activities: David Woolf (HW) and Yong-Sung Park (Uni of Dundee)

0940: Kamil Pasiecznski (HW): Lattice Boltzmann method simulations for prediction of multiphase flow characteristics in sediments

1000: Rory O’Hara Murray (Marine Scotland): Hydrodynamic modelling across spatial scales – from regional scale to tidal turbine scale

1020: Gunda Wieczorek (SEPA): Hydrodynamic 3D modelling of a sea loch in the Western Isles called Loch Shell

1040: Masoud Hayatdavoodi (Uni of Dundee): On nonlinear, shallow water wave diffraction

1100 -1130: Coffee break & networking

Session 2: Chair – Dmitry Aleynik (SAMS)

1130: Sandy Murray (Marine Scotland): Sea lice: a biological particle interacting with hydrodynamic environment

1150: Tom Adams (SAMS): Hydrodynamic habitat types in MPAs and their connectivity

1210: Ruo-Qian Wang (Uni of Dundee): CFD-DEM modeling of particle-laden Flows

1230-1330: Lunch & networking

Session 3: Chair – Yong-Sung Park (Uni of Dundee)

1330: Tom O’Donoghue (Uni of Aberdeen): Experiments on Wave Interaction with Fixed, Mobile and Vegetated Beds

1350: Hannah Millar (Marine Scotland): Investigating the Connectivity of Priority Marine Features in Scotland

1410: Rebecca Seal & Andrew Berkeley (SEPA): Using numerical modelling to regulate a growing aquaculture sector.

1430: Alan Cuthbertson (Uni of Dundee): Experimental and Numerical Studies on Flocculation of Sand-Mud Suspensions

1450-1520: Coffee break & networking

Session 4: Chair – Ted Schlicke (SEPA)

1520: Yong-Sung Park (Uni of Dundee): On the limiting value of the advancing contact angle

1540: Louise Campbell (Marine Scotland): Hydrodynamic Modelling of the Moray Firth

1600: Dmitry Aleynik (SAMS): Modeling tidal and non-tidal currents variance in the Scottish Seas

1620: Closing remarks/discussion: David Woolf (HW)

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