As small-size wind and ocean wave energy conversion devices become increasingly popular, bio-inspired engineering solutions are attracting increasingly more attention for the purpose of efficient and safe integration with the environment. The workshop will bring together experts in geoscience, engineering, biomechanics, physics and computational science to discuss the recent advances in this interdisciplinary field.

Overview  

Date
2018/4/10(Tue), 13:30-17:30
Place
Yokohama Intsitute for Earth Sciences JAMSTEC (Access )
1F Large meeting room, simulator building
3173-25, Showa-machi, Kanazawa-ku,
Yokohama-city, Kanagawa, 236-0001
Program
13:00 Doors opening

13:30-⁠13:35 Opening remarks

13:35-⁠13:45 Self-introduction of the participants

13:45-⁠14:05
R. Onishi, “Introduction of the multiscale weather simulation model MSSG and its applications”

14:10-⁠14:30
K. Matsuda, “Urban-scale simulation by MSSG resolving buildings in actual urban areas”

14:35-⁠14:55
W. Sasaki (WEIT, Inc.), “Wind resource prediction by MSSG with 50m-mesh”

14:55-⁠15:05 Break

15:05-⁠16:05 [invited]
R. Godoy-Diana and B. Thiria (PMMH-ESPCI, Paris, France), “Bio-inspired energy harvesting devices”

16:10-⁠16:30 [invited]
T. Ikeda (TERAL, Inc. & Chiba University), “Bio-inspired blade design and unique products on recent small wind turbines”

16:30-⁠16:40 Break

16:40-⁠17:00
G. Li, “Simulation-based swimming performance mapping: an effective way to explain and predict fish swimming strategies”

17:05-⁠17:25
D. Kolomenskiy, “Numerical simulation of fluid-structure interaction using FluSI: a spectral Navier-Stokes solver with volume penalization”

17:25- 17:30 Closing remarks

18:00 Dinner

Contact
Dmitry Kolomenskiy
Center for Earth Information Science and Technology
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
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