The energy industry is rapidly transitioning to a new, more sustainable energy balance. The race to net zero is accelerating, driven by regulatory mandates, pressure from citizens worldwide and the technology advancement in renewable energy. Simulation is playing a vital role in helping industries and societies make this transition to a more sustainable future, accelerating the pace of progress toward net-zero carbon. Accurate digital representation of sustainable energy system requires a multidisciplinary approach ranging from simple correlations to high-fidelity numerical analysis, such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for a safe, reliable, and efficient energy transformation.
This symposium aims to deliver information and insights on role of modelling and simulations in low carbon agenda in energy industry. It has an excellent agenda with impressive lineup of speakers representing different sectors of the industry, academia and software vendors. This symposium will further act as a venue for experts from industry and academia to share experiences and lessons learned. The agenda includes technical presentations on applications of CFD/FEA modelling to address challenges in energy transition, including, but not limited to, Energy Storage, Wind Energy, Hydrogen Energy, Carbon Capture and Sequestration, Geo-thermal, Bioenergy, Solar energy, Emission measurement and control, Battery and e-Fluids Thermal Management.