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Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional Hyperbolic Problems

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Workshop
31st March 2003 to 4th April 2003

Organisers: J Ballmann (Aachen, Germany), CM Dafermos (Providence, USA) and PG LeFloch (Palaiseau, France), R LeVeque (Seattle, USA), and EF Toro (Trento, Italy)

Workshop Theme

This second week will focus on multidimensional aspects of hyperbolic conservation laws and on computational methods with applications to multiphase flows. A partial list of topics includes: existence theory for multidimensional hyperbolic equations, transonic flow models, mathematical modeling of liquid-vapor flows, numerical schemes for multiphase flows, nonconservative hyperbolic systems, real fluids, material interfaces, etc.

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