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  • A., HIRSCHBERG - Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands: Introduction to aero-acoustics of internal flows
  • L.P.H., DE GOEY ; TEN THIJE BOONKKAMP, J.H.M.; KORNILOV, V.N. - Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands: Response of laminar flames to acoustic waves
  • F., NICOUD - University Montpellier II and I3M-CNRS UMR 5149, France: Unsteady flows modeling and computation
  • J., ANTHOINE - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium: Fundamentals of aero-acoustical analogies
  • J., GOLLIARD ; L., VAN LIER ; E., VEDY – TNO Science and Industry, The Netherlands: Generation of unsteady aeroacoustic source terms from steady CFD
  • C., SCHRAM - LMS International, Belgium: Hybrid approach for aeroacoustic prediction in confined flows
  • W., POLIFKE - TU München, Germany: System modelling and stability analysis
  • S., HOCHGREB, 1 & R., BALACHANDRAN, 2 - 1University of Cambridge & 2University College London, United Kingdom: Measurement techniques for turbulent combustion instabilities
  • E.C., FERNANDES - Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal: Experimental methods in thermo-acoustics
  • A.P., DOWLING & A.S., MORGANS - University of Cambridge, United Kingdom: Passive and active control of combustion oscillations
  • B.R., GEBART - Energy Technology Center, Sweden: Introduction to biomass combustion and gasification
  • W., DESMET – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium: Introduction to simulation methods for coupled vibro-acoustic analysis

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