10/9 Turbomachinery Session PROGRAM
Tokyo Conference Center Shinagawa 406
9:30 - 10:00 Registration
10:00 - 10:30
Yasuhiko Fujikawa, President & CEO, VINAS Co., Ltd
10:30 - 11:30 Keynote Speech
Trends and performance of turbo machine research and development, future tasks for improving reliability
Professor Kazuyoshi Miyagawa
Department of Applied Mechanicas and Aerospace Engineering, School of Fundamental Science and Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
Turbomachineries are in use for living infrastructure and propulsion machines for various vehicles are still required to improve performance and reliability. In this presentation, we will talk about trends and issues on development and research of turbomachinery.
11:30 - 11:35 Break
11:35 - 12:15
iDIOS V1.0 for Design Optimization
Nobuyuki Suzuki, Engineering Department 2, VINAS Co., Ltd.
We introduce our new product "iDIOS V1.0" integrated and packaged to use for design optimization that is working with research and development organizations and JAXA for Japanese industry companies. We will also introduce examples of optimization design using iDIOS.


12:15 - 13:25 Lunch & Demo
13:25 - 14:00
Sculptor V3.8: Recent Enhancements to Sculptor’s Optimization Control Center, Parametric Shape Morphing, Shape Optimization, Shape Matching, and Back2CAD
Mark Dee Landon, Ph.D.
Chief Technical Officer, Optimal Solutions Software, LLC
Sculptor’s latest capabilities and features will be reviewed. Exciting real world examples will be shown from Sculptor users around the world. Improved Shape Matching tools show how analyze the CFD and FEA models of as-built parts without needing to re-CAD or re-mesh the original models.


14:00 - 14:35
Recent advances in turbine blade design and repair with Shape Matching capability in OCC-Sculptor.
Mark Dee Landon, Ph.D.
Chief Technical Officer, Optimal Solutions Software, LLC
OCC-Sculptor's Shape Matching technology allows the user to morph an initial (original pristine) FEA and/or CFD model to the actual manufactured shape obtained from a laser scan. Also, a shape optimization can be performed to find the blend shape that can remove a defect (crack or damaged) blade to maintain aero and stress/vibrations within prescribed limits. Other turbo-machinery examples will be shared.


14:35 - 15:15
CFD Validation of a Centrifugal Pump Using HELYX
Mr. Francisco Campos,
Director of Operations, ENGYS Ltd.
This talk is focused on the use of the coupled and segregated CFD solvers available in the software HELYX to analyze the flow in a low specific speed centrifugal pump constructed by EBARA Corporation. The numerical results obtained for head and other important pump characteristics at different flow rates are compared to available experimental data for validation purposes.


15:15 - 15:30 Break
15:30 - 15:45
Yoshiyuki Sawa,
Engineering Department 1, VINAS Co., Ltd.



15:45 - 16:30
Unique Attributes of Pointwise for Turbomachinery Analysis
Richard J Matus, Ph.D. Executive Vice-President, Pointwise, Inc.
Pointwise is widely used for turbomachinery analysis due to its ability make high-quality grids essential to making accurate performance predictions. The Glyph scripting language makes it possible to automate fan, compressor, and turbine meshing as part of an optimization process.





16:30 - 17:10
Automotive turbocharger developments using the latest CAE technologies in IHI Corporation
Mr. Akihiro Yamagata
Manager, Turbo Machinery G., Turbo Machinery & Engine Technology Dept., Products Development Center, Corporate Research & Development, IHI Corporation
In recent years, due to the demand of CO2 reduction to automotive, engine downsizing and turbocharging are widely applied to reduce the fuel consumption. In this presentation, several turbocharger developments conducted in IHI Corporation are introduced in which the latest CAE technologies are applied.






17:10 - 17:20 Break
17:20 - 18:20 特別講演
Large scaled CFD of next geenration of K-Computer
Professor Chisachi Kato
Institute of industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
The post K is expected to start its full-scale operation within three years, when the performance of CPUs will presumably be 20 times to 40 times than that of K-Computer, and the results of feasibility studies done by K-computer will then be applied to the practical use. At the same time, further change to solve even more difficult problems will be attacked. In this presentation, the latest results of large-scale CFD simulations that used K-computer will be shown with some perspectives on the HPC in the post-K era.





18:20 - 18:30
Closing Speech
Yasuhiko Fujikawa, President & CEO, VINAS Co., Ltd
18:30 - 20:00 Reception Party
A fantastic opportunity for sharing and exchanging information with each other.
-Venue: Tokyo Conference Center Shinagawa – in front of 406-
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