With the support of The Research and Technology Center of Energy of Tunisia(CRTEn) and the Energy and Thermal Systems Laboratory (LESTE), NEWTECHENERGY organises the first International Conference on Computational Methods for Energy Engineering and Environment ( ICCM3E).
The conference main objectives are:
- To bring together researchers-teachers-industrials and students engaged in the development of the computational Methods and their applications in Energy Engineering and Environment.
- To present and discuss the recent results and the new trends in these fields.
The conference topics cover the development of new computational methods and their applications in Energy Engineering and Environment. Theses topics include the following sub-domains:
1. Computational methods
1a- Computational Methods in fluid flow with heat and mass transfer.
1b- Mesh generation and geometrical modeling.
1c- Inverse Methods in thermal sciences and optimization.
1d- Programming techniques and high performance computing.
1e- Lattice Boltzmann Method.
2a- Climate change modeling.
2b- Flow with heat and mass transfer through porous and micro porous media.
2c- Convection with phase change.
2d- Free surface modeling.
2e- Geophysical flow modeling .
2f - Heat transfer by radiation.
2g- Renewable Energy and Processes.
2h- Atmospheric pollution.
2i- Desalination and environment
A selection of the papers presented at ICCM3E will be published in the International Journal of Computational Thermal Sciences
S. EL ALIMI, PhD., ENIM - Tunisia
Email : contact@ICCM3E.net
Phone : + 216 98 45 20 98
Fax : +216 73 90 79 75
Adress : Souheil El ALIMI
Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Monastir
Avenue Ibn El Jazzar, 5109, Monastir
TUNISIA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.iccm3e.net
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