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  • Combustion and turbulence in two-phase flows


January 29- February 2,1996; M. Manna
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  • BRAY, K.NoC. -University of Cambridge, England
    Fundamentals of combustion (Part I & II)
  • DOPAZO, C. -University of Zaragoza, Spain
    Fundamentals of the PDF approach for turbulent combustion
    Part I: Basic concepts
    Part 11: An application to diffusion flames
  • ELGHOBASHI, So -University of California, Irvine, USA
    Direct numerical simulation of dispersed dilute two-phase turbulent flows.
    Part I: Decaying turbulence
    Part II: Homogeneous shear
    Part 1: Premixed turbulent flames PFD modelling and dynamics of ISO-concentration surfaces
    Part 2: Nonpremixed turbulent flames dynamic SGPDF modelling
    Part 3: Autoignition of nonpremixed turbulent mixtures, partially premixed combustion
  • DIBBLE, RoW. -U.C. Berkely, USA
    Diagnostic techniques for reactive flows
    Laser based measurements in turbulent reacting flows
  • STEPOWSKI, D. -CORIA, University of Rouen, France
    Laser diagnostic for two-phase flows
  • BORGHI, R. -Faculte des Sciences de Rouen, France
    Background on droplets and sprays
  • JONES, W.P. -Imperial College, U.K.
    Turbulence modelling for variable density and combusting flows
  • SIMONIN, 0. -LNH-EDF, France
    Continuum modelling of dispersed two-phase flows
  • ZALESKI, S. -Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France
    Simulations of high Reynolds number breakup of liquid-gas interfaces
  • DOCHERTY, P. & FAIRWEATHER, Mo -British Gas Pic, U.K.
    Radiative transfer for reactive flows

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