The International Conference on Numerical Combustion has been taking place since 1985. This meeting allows this specialized sub-group an opportunity to meet and review the mathematical components and technical software programs that are being developed for combustion research. Information and networking from this meeting allow participants the opportunities to improve their research and interactions with other members.
Presentations at the 3 day meetings usually consist of invited plenary presentations, 30 minute mini-symposium invited presentations and contributed paper presentations that are not peer reviewed. There are currently ~200 presentations scheduled during the meeting.
Colloquia for the conference include, but are not limited to:
• Combustion dynamics and instabilities
• Detonation, explosions
• Droplets and spray
• Emissions and pollution
• Gas turbine, engine and furnace combustion
• Heterogeneous combustion
• High-performance computing of combustion applications
• Ignition, quenching
• Kinetics, mechanism reduction
• Laminar flames
• Material synthesis
• New combustion technologies (flameless combustion, clean coal technologies, …)
• Numerical methods for reacting flows and complex chemistry
• Real gases, supercritical combustion
• Turbulent combustion
• Software engineering for combustion applications, code coupling
• Supersonic combustion
More information will be available later this winter.