Prof. Odd Magnus Faltinsen (AMOS, Department of Marine Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway). Topic: Hydrodynamics of marine and offshore structures.
Prof. Frederick Stern (IHR-Hydroscience & Engineering, University of Iowa, USA). Topic: Recent progress in CFD studies associated with naval architecture and ocean engineering.
Prof. Joseph H.W. Lee (Chair Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong). Topic: Environmental hydraulics of chlorine disinfection for the Hong Kong Harbour Area Treatment Scheme.
Prof. Tao Jianhua (Dean, Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin University, China). Topic: Multi-physics and multi-scale modeling for eco-environmental characteristics of coastal water.
Prof. Philip L.-F. Liu (Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, USA). Topic: Catastrophic Tsunamis and hurricanes in the last decade.
Prof. Liao Shijun (School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China). Topic: Development and applications of the homotopy analysis method (HAD).
Dr. Songdong Shao (Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK). Topic: Two ISPH modeling techniques in hydrodynamics: coastal and river simulations.
Dr. Qianxi Wang (School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK). Topic: Non-spherical multi-oscillations of a bubble in a compressible liquid.
The overall aim of the ICHD Conference is to provide a forum for participants from around the world to review, discuss and present the latest developments in the broad discipline of hydrodynamics and fluid mechanics.
The first International Conference on Hydrodynamics (ICHD) was initiated in 1994 in Wuxi, China. Since then, 9 more ICHD conferences were held subsequently in Hong Kong, Seoul, Yokohama, Tainan, Perth, Ischia, Nantes, Shanghai and St Petersburg. Evidently the ICHD conference has become an important event among academics, researchers, engineers and operators, working in the fields closely related to the science and technology of hydrodynamics. The 11th ICHD will be held in Singapore in 2014.
The scope of the Conference will be broad, covering all the aspects of theoretical and applied hydrodynamics. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
- Linear and non-linear waves and current
- Ship hydrodynamics resistance, propulsion, powering, seakeeping, manoeuvrability, slamming, sloshing, impact, green water
- Cavitation and cavitating flows
- Hydrodynamics in ocean, coastal and estuary engineering
- Fluid-structural interactions and hydroelasticity
- Hydrodynamics in hydraulic engineering
- Industrial fluid dynamics
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Ocean and atmosphere dynamics
- Environmental hydrodynamics
- Advanced experimental techniques
- Multiphase flow
- Theoretical hydrodynamics
- Bio fluid mechanics
Seven Plenary Sessions
1 – Sustainable Earth – Ocean Energy
2 – Marine and Offshore Engineering
3 – CFD – Micro and Macro Scales
4 – Catastrophic Events
5 – Management of Rivers and Environment
6 – Sustainable Urban Water Environment
7 – Industrial Fluid Dynamics
Participants of ICHD 2014 are eligible to earn 23 PDU points, awarded through PEB (Professional Engineers Board) Singapore under the Board’s continuing professional development (CPD) programme.