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Title:
Proceedings of the 56th Conference on Simulation and Modelling (SIMS 56), October, 7-9, 2015, Linköping University, Sweden
DOI:
10.3384/ecp15119
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Editor(s):
Lena Buffoni: Linköping University, Sweden Adrian Pop: Linköping University, Sweden Bernhard Thiele: Linköping University, Sweden
Year:
2015
No. of pages:
397
Language:
English
ISBN:
978-91-7685-900-1
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Issue:
119
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Published:
2015-11-25
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet



Welcome

The 56th Conference on Simulation and Modelling will be held in Linköping, Sweden. Linköping is one of Sweden’s fastest growing cities. The population is constantly increasing and will soon surpass 150 000 inhabitants. It is currently Sweden’s fifth largest city and a part of the expansive region Twin Cities of Sweden. Linköping has long been characterized by world-class high technology in the fields of aviation, IT and the environment. There is a strong force of innovation especially in Mjärdevi Science Park—one of Europe’s leading technology parks, and at the highly ranked university, which stands for excellence and entrepreneurship.

SIMS is the Scandinavian Simulation Society with members from the five Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland. The SIMS history goes back to 1959. The goal of SIMS is to further the science and practice of modeling and simulation in all application areas and be a Scandinavian forum for information interchange among modeling and simulation professionals and non-professionals in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden as well as a channel for information exchange between the Scandinavian modeling and simulation community and the international modeling and simulation communities.

The ambition of the SIMS is to bring the field of modeling and simulation technology to a variety of application fields from energy extraction to building and automotive industries, resulting in more sustainable and ecological systems and reducing energy consumption and waste production. The scientific program includes technical sessions with submitted and invited papers and will cover broad aspects of simulation, modeling and optimization.

The focus of the conference is split evenly between papers on simulation and optimization in a variety of applied contexts spanning domains such as oil extraction, automotive and building industries and more methodological papers on tools and technologies for simulation and modeling.

This year we wanted to emphasize the importance of reducing the gap between state of the art methodologies and tools and industrial applications. To this end a number of invited talks, papers and tutorials were centered on tools and methodologies for successful modeling in an industrial context.

The format of the conference is somewhat changed compared to previous years. This year we have dedicated a half-day before the traditional two-day conference to tutorials, with 3 tutorials presenting stateof- the-art simulation tools.

Conference highlights:

  • 4 Keynote speeches
  • 40 papers in 2 parallel tracks
  • 3 tutorials
  • Electronic proceedings including all papers and some associated Modelica libraries and models

Finally, we want to acknowledge the support we received from the conference board and program committee as well as from the SIMS board. Special thanks to our colleagues at this year’s organizers at Linköping University, especially to Åsa Kärrman, and Tina Malmström from Grand Travel Group. The support from the conference sponsors is gratefully acknowledged. Last but not least, thanks to all authors, keynote speakers, and presenters for their contributions to this conference. We wish all participants an enjoyable and inspiring conference.

Linköping, September 1, 2015
Lena Buffoni, Adrian Pop and Bernhard Thiele



Proceedings of the 56th Conference on Simulation and Modelling (SIMS 56), October, 7-9, 2015, Linköping University, Sweden

Session 3A: Session A

119:001
Andreas Thomasson, Lars Eriksson
Effects of Pulsating Flow on Mass Flow Balance and Surge Margin in Parallel Turbocharged Engines
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:002
Solomon Aforkoghene Aromada, Lars Øi
Simulation of improved absorption configurations for CO2 capture
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:003
Leonid Kulakovskyi, Victor Rosen, Roshan Sharma, Carlos F. Pfeiffer, Bernt Lie
Optimal Operation of the Peat Drying Process in Steam Tube Dryers
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:004
Magnus Komperød
Improving the Mathematical Formulas for Identification of Bitumen’s Viscoelastic Properties at Large Shear Strains
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 3B: Session B

119:005
Markku Ohenoja, Aki Sorsa
Simulation as a Tool for Evaluating Biogas Purification Processes
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:006
D.I. Erandi N. Wijeratn, Britt M. Halvorsen
Computational Study of Heavy Oil Production with Inflow Control Devices
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:007
Chameera Jayarathna, Anette Mathisen, Lars Erik Øi, Lars-Andre Tokheim
Process Simulation of Calcium Looping With Indirect Calciner Heat Transfer
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:008
Cornelius Agu, Rajan Thapa, Britt Halvorsen
Simulation of Simplified Model for Reaction Kinetics in Biomass Gasification
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 4A: Session A

119:009
Magnus Eek, Johan Karlén, Johan Ölvander
A Framework for Early and Approximate Uncertainty Quantification of Large System Simulation Models
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:010
Mengjia Zhang, Maxime Baudette, Jan Lavenius, Stig Løvlund, Luigi Vanfretti
Modelica Implementation and Software-to-Software Validation of Power System Component Models Commonly used by Nordic TSOs for Dynamic Simulations
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:011
Gregory Provan, Alex Feldman
Learning Modelica Models from Component Libraries
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:012
Lars Ivar Hatledal, Hans Georg Schaathun, Houxiang Zhang
A Software Architecture for Simulation and Visualisation based on the Functional Mock-up Interface and Web Technologies
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 4B: Session B

119:013
Katia Aparecida Da Silva, Britt M. Halvorsen
Nearwell Simulations of a Horizontal Well in Atlanta Field - Brazil with AICV Completion Using OLGA/Rocx
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:014
Lars Erik Øi, Irene Yuste Tirados
Heat Pump Efficiencies Simulated with Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:015
Marianne S. Eikeland, Rajan K. Thapa, Britt M. Halvorsen
Aspen Plus Simulation of Biomass Gasification with Known Reaction Kinetic
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:016
Kou Guandang, Britt M. Halvorsen
Near Well Simulation of Extra Heavy Oil Production Using SAGD
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 5A: Session A

119:017
Esko K. Juuso
Recursive Dynamic Modelling in Changing Operating Conditions
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:018
Ayman Aljarbouh, Benoit Caillaud
Robust Simulation for Hybrid Systems: Chattering Path Avoidance.
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:019
Peter Nordin, Robert Braun, Petter Krus
Job-Scheduling of Distributed Simulation-Based Optimization with Support for Multi-Level Parallelism
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:020
Robert Hällqvist, Magnus Eek, Ingela Lind, Hampus Gavel
Validation Techniques Applied on the Saab Gripen Fighter Environmental Control System Model
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 5B: Session B

119:021
Hafthor Ægir Sigurjonsson, Brian Elmegaard, Lasse Røngaard Clausen
Integrated Model of Bioenergy and Agriculture System
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:022
Yuliia Pavlova, Oleg Kotsar, Wilhelm Rondeel
Modeling of the Energy Consumption within the Framework of the Energy Efficiency Management
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:023
Liubomyr Vytvytskyi, Roshan Sharma, Ingunn Granstrøm, Bernt Lie
Modeling for Control of Run-of-River Power Plant Grnvollfoss
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:024
Amila Chandra Kahawalage, Britt M. Halvorsen, Vidar Mathiesen
Near Well CFD Simulation of SAGD Extra Heavy Oil Production
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 9A: Session A

119:025
Umesh Adhikari, Marianne S. Eikeland, Britt M. Halvorsen
Gasification of Biomass for Production of Syngas for Biofuel
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:026
Wenche Hennie Bergland, Carlos Dinamarca, Rune Bakke
Temperature Effects in Anaerobic Digestion Modeling
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:027
Hildegunn H. Haugen, Britt M. Halvorsen, Marianne S. Eikeland
Simulation of Gasification of Livestock Manure with Aspen Plus
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:028
Samee Maharjan, Roshan Sharma, Trine Husøy, Hubert Dirven, Monica Andreassen, Bernt Lie
Modeling and Simulation of Triclosan Kinetics and Distribution in Humans Using a PBPK Model
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 9B: Session B

119:029
Anjana Malagalage, Britt Halvorsen
Near Well Simulation and Modelling of Oil Production from Heavy Oil Reservoirs
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:030
Bernt Lie
Improved Model for Solar Heating of Buildings
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:031
L.B.J. Chathurangani, Britt M. Halvorsen
Near Well Simulation of CO2 Injection for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:032
Magnus Komperød
The Kelvin-Voigt Model’s Suitability to Explain the Viscoelastic Properties of Anticorrosion Bitumen at Large Shear Strain in Subsea Cables and Umbilicals
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 10A: Session A

119:033
Joachim Lundberg, Ola Marius Lysaker
An Optimization Framework for Tracking Droplets in Fire Water Spray Images
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:034
Mahesh Ediriweera, Britt M. Halvorsen
Study of the Effect of Relative Permeability and Residual oil Saturation on Oil Recovery
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:035
Nora C.I Furuvik, Britt M. Halvorsen
Simulation of CO2-Distribution in Carbonate Reservoir
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:036
Magnus Komperød
Derivation of Arc Length of Helical Cable Element at Cable Bending, with Emphasize on Taylor Series Expansion of the Non-Integrable Infinitesimal Arc Length
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 10B: Session B

119:037
Cornelius Agu, Bernt Lie, Geir Elseth
Simulation of Transcritical Flow in Hydraulic Structures
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:038
Nima Ghaviha, Markus Bohlin, Fredrik Wallin, Erik Dahlquist
Optimal Control of an EMU Using Dynamic Programming and Tractive Effort as the Control Variable
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:039
Shobhana Singh, Kim Sørensen, Thomas Condra
Multiphysics Numerical Modeling of a Fin and Tube Heat Exchanger
[Abstract and Fulltext]

119:040
Jakob Hærvig, Thomas Condra, Kim Sørensen
Numerical Investigation of Single-phase Fully Developed Heat Transfer and Pressure Loss in Spirally Corrugated Tubes
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Proceedings of the 56th Conference on Simulation and Modelling (SIMS 56), October, 7-9, 2015, Linköping University, Sweden

Author:
Lena Buffoni, Adrian Pop, Bernhard Thiele
Title:
Proceedings of the 56th Conference on Simulation and Modelling (SIMS 56), October, 7-9, 2015, Linköping University, Sweden
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.3384/ecp15119
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