Organized in the framework of the DFG Collaborative Research Centres Turbulent, Chemically Reacting Multiphase Flows Near Walls (SFB/Transregio 150) and Oxyflame (SFB/Transregio 129), on the occasion of his retirement this International Workshop is dedicated to Professor Johannes Janicka to honour and celebrate his fundamental, long lasting contributions to Turbulent Combustion Sciences and Modelling.
Focusing on bridging the gap between combustion principles and applications, the workshop aims at bringing together leading and worldwide recognized researchers to give talks and present posters at the cutting edge of combustion science and technology, to foster research, exchange and collaboration.
Pillars of the scientific programme will be invited keynote lectures given by renowned international speakers and a poster session. This programme will provide opportunity for researchers and specialists from academia and industry to present their most recent results, discuss new challenges and developments, and exchange ideas. Topics covered will include both theoretical, experimental and numerical studies related to various scientific and industrial fields with a particular focus on research areas covered by the Collaborative Research Centres, such as:
--Oxyfuel and solid fuel combustion
--Fuel spray-wall interaction, film evaporation and deposition
--Exhaust after-treatment systems in automotive technology
--IC engine flow and heat transfer process
--Measurement techniques and diagnostics
--Combustion modelling and simulation
Selected contributions will be suggested for publication in a Special Issue of the Journal Flow, Turbulence and Combustion.
Poster contributions are highly welcome!
--Abstract submission (one page): May 25, 2019, send to email@example.com
--Notification of Abstract acceptance: June 15, 2019
If you consider publication in the Special Issue we kindly ask to submit an extended abstract (up to 6 pages).
--Submission extended abstract: July 25, 2019 send to firstname.lastname@example.org
--Submission deadline to Special Issue Flow, Turbulence and Combustion: October 30, 2019
--Andreas Dreizler, TU Darmstadt
--Amsini Sadiki, TU Darmstadt
--Christian Hasse, TU Darmstadt
--Benjamin Böhm, TU Darmstadt