Programme Details:


30th March to 1st April, 1998
St John's College, York

Organised by (UK and Republic of Ireland)
in cooperation with


This copy of the provisional conference programme may be subject to minor changes by the time of the conference. Please contact the organisers with any particular queries or requests you may have.



Programme Overview

The overall structure of the timetable involves plenary lectures, contributed presentations (A1, A2, .. J2), minisymposia (M1, .. M7) and a poster session:

Sunday 29th March 1998:

3:00pm registration at Lord Mayor's Walk Campus
6:00pm drinks and snacks reception at Gray's Court (until 7:30pm)

Monday 30th March 1998:

8:45am welcome address
8:50am plenary lecture: Philip Colella
9:55am parallel sessions: A1 - A2 - A3 - A4 - A5
10:45am break
11:00am parallel sessions: B1 - B2 - B3 - B4 - B5
12:40pm lunch
2:00pm plenary lecture: Anne Dowling
3:00pm break
3:20pm parallel sessions: C1 - C2 - M1a - M2 - M3
5:25pm end of sessions

Tuesday 31st March 1998:

8:50am parallel sessions: D1 - D2 - D3 - D4 - D5
9:45am plenary lecture: Rupert Klein
10:45am break
start of poster session
11:25am parallel sessions: E1 - E2 - E3 - E4 - E5
12:40pm lunch
2:00pm plenary lecture: Takashi Niioka
3:00pm break
3:20pm parallel sessions: F1 - F2 - M1b - M4 - M5
5:25pm end of sessions
6:30pm tour of York Minster
7:30pm ( for 8:00pm ) dinner in St William's College
(behind the Minster)

Wednesday 1st April 1998:

8:50am parallel sessions: G1 - G2 - G3 - G4 - G5
9:45am plenary lecture: Vincent Giovangigli
10:45am break
11:25am parallel sessions: H1 - H2 - H3 - H4 - H5
12:40pm lunch
2:00pm plenary lecture: Richard Yetter
3:00pm break
3:20pm parallel sessions: J1 - J2 - M1c - M6 - M7
5:50pm end of sessions

Plenary Lectures

Philip Colella
Lawrence Berkeley
National Lab.
"Adaptive Numerical Methods and Models for Low-Mach Number Combustion"
Anne Dowling
University of Cambridge
"Thermo Acoustic Oscillations"
Rupert Klein
Freie Universität Berlin
"Numerical Techniques for Low-Speed and High-Speed Premixed Combustion"
Takashi Niioka
Tohoku University, Japan
"Stretch-Extinction and Radiation-Extinction of Counterflow Premixed and Diffusion Flames"
Vincent Giovangigli
Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
"Multicomponent Transport in Flames"
Richard Yetter
Princeton University
Detailed Modelling of Multi-Phase Combustion Phenomena in and around Chemically Reacting Particles

Themes of Contributed Sessions

Themes Sessions
Computation - - - A1, B1, D3
Modelling - - - A2, C1
Detonation - - - A3, B3, E3
Turbulence - - A4, B4, D1, E1, J1
Hydrodynamics - - - A5, H2
Dust/Droplets - - - B2, F1, G2
Fires/Explosions - - - B5, G4
Propellants - - - C2
Ignition - - D2, E2, F2, G1, H1
Flames - - - D4, E4, H3, J2
Burners - - - D5
Pollution - - - E5, G3
Heterogeneous & Porous media - - G5, H5
Kinetics - - - H4

Titles of Minisymposium Sessions

SessionMinisymposium Organiser
(a, b, c)
Mechanisms of Gas-Phase Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition (3 parts) E Oran
M2 Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Premixed Flames RS Cant
M3 Microgravity Combustion J Buckmaster
M4 Efficient numerical methods and reduction techniques for coupled flow and chemistry M Berzins
M5 Solid Propellant Burning J Buckmaster
M6 Instabilities in Premixed and Diffusion Flames JS Kim
M7 Numerical simulation of droplet and Particle combustion F Benkhaldoun

Detailed Timetable

Sunday, 3:00pm - 7:30pm

3:00pm registration at Lord Mayor's Walk Campus
6:00pm drinks and snacks reception at Gray's Court (until 7:30pm)

Monday, 8:45am - 9:50am

Welcome Address

Philip Colella
Adaptive Numerical Methods and Models for Low-Mach Number Combustion

Monday, 9:55am - 10:45am

A1 Computation:
W Wang
Special Finite Elements for Solving Navier-Stokes Equations and Combustion Related Problems

S Paxion, D Thevenin, P Bastian, S Candel
Towards Low-Mach Number Multigrid Simulations on Distributed-Memory Parallel Computers Using Detailed Chemistry

A2 Modelling:
J Billingham, AC King, RC Copcutt, K Kendall
Analysis of a model for a loaded, planar, solid oxide fuel cell

AC McIntosh, BF Gray, GC Wake, R Ball
The stability of a near-adiabatic Endex batch CSTR reactor

A3 Detonation:
GJ Sharpe, SAEG Falle
Stability of Idealized Detonations

TN Fortova, AV Shutov
The Computer Simulation of Unstable Detonation Phenomena at High Pressure

A4 Turbulence:
D Cokljat, W Polifke, P Wild
A Non-Adiabatic Method for Calculation of Premixed Flames using Turbulent Flame Speed Closure

VA Frost, VA Kaminsky, AB Rabinovich
Micromixing Algorithms for Turbulent Flows with Fast Chemical Processes

A5 Hydrodynamics:
V Karlin, G Makhviladze, J Roberts
Numerical investigation of laminar flame fronts in closed channels at high Reynolds numbers

YA Gostinzev, AG Istratov, NI Kidin
Hydrodynamics of flame - local structures and scenarios

Monday, 11:00am - 12:40pm

B1 Computation:
RB Pember, LH Howell, JB Bell, P Colella, WY Crutchfield, WA Fiveland, JP Jessee
An Adaptive Projection Method for the Modeling of Unsteady, Low-Mach Number Combustion

BAV Bennett, MD Smooke
Local Rectangular Refinement Solution-Adaptive Gridding with Application to Axisymmetric Laminar Flames

RK Mohammed, MA Tanoff, BAV Bennett, MD Smooke
Primitive Variable Formulation of Flickering Axisymmetric Laminar Diffusion Flames Using Non-Staggered Grids

R Becker, M Braack, R Rannacher, J Warnatz
An Adaptive Finite Element Method for Combustion Problems

B2 Dust/Droplets:
JL Castillo, A Perea, PL Garcia-Ybarra
Soot Dynamic in Droplet Combustion: Influence of Thermophoresis and Photophoresis

M Arias-Zugasti, PL Garcia-Ybarra, JL Castillo
Droplet Vaporization/Combustion near Critical Combustion

T Selerland, AR Karagozian
Numerical Simulation of Reactive Flows Associated with a Lobed Fuel Injector

V Korobeinikov, V Markov, I Men'shov
Models and Numerical Methods for Ignitions and Combustions of Dusty Gases in Tubes

B3 Detonation:
DW Mikolaitis
High Pressure Kinetics Applied to Chapman-Jouguet Detonations

M Short
A Parabolic Linear Evolution Equation for Cellular Detonation Instability

TD Aslam, JB Bdzil
Detonation front theories: Using high-resolution DNS to define extended asymptotic scalings and models

AG Knyazeva
The Fracture in the Reacting Layer During the Explosives Crystal Ignition

B4 Turbulence:
O Gicquel, D Thevenin, M Hilka, N Darabiha
Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Premixed Flames Using the ILDM Chemistry Reduction Technique

B Binninger, M Chen, M Herrmann
Numerical Calculation of Partially Premixed Turbulent Flames using the Flamelet Approach

R Liu
Modelling of the Combustion Oscillations of a Turbulent Premixed Flame

A Koichi Hayashi, Y Shimoshiba
A Sensitivity Analysis between Chemical Reaction Parameters and Turbulent Parameters in Hydrogen-Air Diffusion Flame

B5 Fires/Explosions:
S Rylands, AC McIntosh
Predicting Fire and Smoke Movement in Buildings Using Zone Modelling

P Birkby, RS Cant, AM Savill
The application of an unstructured adaptive mesh methodology to resolved computations for confined explosion hazards

NK Kopyt, SK Aslanov, AI Stroutchayev
Experimental investigations of flame propagation in the dispersions of hydrocarbon fuels in free atmosphere

SV Utyushnikov, AV Konyukhov, IF Muzafarov, AT Onufriev, NA Safarov, RA Safarov
Numerical and Laboratory Simulation of large-scale Conflagrations into the Atmosphere

Monday, 2:00pm - 3:00m

Anne Dowling
Thermo Acoustic Oscillations

Monday, 3:20pm - 5:25pm

C1 Modelling:
W Polifke, A Poncet, CO Paschereit, K Dobbeling
Determination of Thermo-acoustic Transfer Matrices by Time-dependent Numerical Simulation

LF Figueira da Silva, V Sabelk'nikov, B Deshaies
Some Modeling Problems of the Stabilization of Supersonic Combustion by the Use of a Free Separation Bubble

AA Vasil'ev
Definition of Flame Speed at Higher Pressure and Temperature - A Technique and Results

AG Knyazeva
The Generalization of Klapeyron-Klausius Equation in the Coupling Thermomechanical Model and Some of its Applications

GA Pavlov
Effective Transport Coefficients Matrix in Combustion Problems

C2 Propellants:
A Jones
A simplified model of extinction for a low activation energy flame

KL Tsang, A Jones, JW Dold
The extinction criterion for 1-D flame with a constant heat loss coefficient

G Namah
An anomaly in the combustion of solid propellant

EA Dyukarev, AG Knyazeva
Thermomechanical model of lead azide decomposition

SA Rashkovsky
Monte-Carlo Simulation of Metal Agglomeration in Composite Solid Propellants Combustion

M1a Gas-Phase Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition - E Oran
E Oran
An Overview of DDT in the Gas Phase

D Bradley
Turbulent burning and the transition to detonation

G Thomas
Observations of Shock-Flame Leading to DDT

A Khokhlov
Direct Numerical Simulations of DDT through Shock-Flame Interactions

M2 DNS of Turbulent Premixed Flames - RS Cant
KW Jenkins, RS Cant
Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flame Kernels

T Alshaalan, CJ Rutland
Turbulent Flame-Wall Interaction

JH Chen, HG Im
Correlation of Flame Speed with Stretch in Turbulent Premixed Methane-Air Flames

D Veynante, T Poinsot
Direct numerical simulation analysis of flame thickening approach for large eddy simulations of turbulent premixed combustion

M3 Microgravity Combustion - J Buckmaster
H Bedir, JS Tien
Comparison of different radiation models for nonluminous flames in microgravity

PD Ronney
Computation of flame ball properties with detailed chemical and transport models

WA Sirignano
Unsteady flame propagation beyond steady flammability limits

J Buckmaster, P Ronney
Flame-ball drift

Tuesday, 8:50am - 9:40am

D1 Turbulence:
H Wenzel
Direct numerical simulation of the G-equation in the laminar flamelet and the thin reaction zone regime

AM Klimov
The Physics of Premixed Turbulent Flames: Implications for Modelling

D2 Ignition:
D Mellado, AL Sanchez
H2-O2 Ignition in the Supersonic Mixing Layer

HG Im, JH Chen
Ignition of Hydrogen/Air Mixing Layer in Turbulent Flows

D3 Computation:
G Continillo, FM Denaro, FS Marra
Accuracy and Stability Analysis of Time-Integrated Schemes for Advection-Diffusion-Reaction Equations

R Prosser, RS Cant
On the use of wavelets in computational combustion

D4 Flames:
RO Weber, JW Dold
Asymptotic structure of the back-to-back premixed flamelet

T Takeno, K Bray
A Simple Analysis of the Influence of Strain and Curvature on Laminar Premixed Flames

D5 Burners:
L Kjaldman
Influence of Different Submodels on the Computed Near Burner Properties of a Pulverized Coal Burner

MJ de Neef, G Summ, P Knabner
Numerical Bifurcation Analysis of Methane Combustion in Inert Porous Media

Tuesday, 9:45am - 10:45am

Rupert Klein
Numerical Techniques for Low-Speed and High-Speed Premixed Combustion

Tuesday, 10:50am - 12:40pm

Poster Presentations:
OV Sharypov
Spontaneous Detonations: Analysis and Simulation

S Khalatov, A Hitching, N Syred
Novel Design of Gas Centrifuge for Separating Sub-Micron Particles of Graphite Carbon from Diesel Engine Exhaust Fumes

F Marsano, T O'Doherty, N Syred
A Computational Prediction for Turbulent Premixed Flames in a Cyclone Combustor Using a Multi-Steps Chemical Scheme

A Abatorab, A Teodorczyk
Modelling and Simulation of Chemically Enhanced Combustion of Methane-Air Mixture at Constant Volume Chamber

A Abatorab, A Teodorczyk
Detailed Numerical Modelling of the Catalytic Combustion of the Methane-Air Mixture over Platinum: at Constant Volume and at Constant Pressure

VM Paskonov, SV Fortova
Flow around the Afterbody of a Plate in a Longitudinal Gas Stream with Transverse Injection from the Lateral Surface

GN Mercer, RO Weber
Combustion waves in a medium with radiative heat transfer

HS Sidhu, LK Forbes, BF Gray
Investigating Operational Strategies to Improve Hydrocarbon Oxidation Reaction in the CSTR

S Marsano
A Phenomenological model for Pulsating Combustion

AY Starikovskii
Numerical Modelling of the Detonation Wave Interaction

Tuesday, 11:25am - 12:40pm

E1 Turbulence:
M Kraft, H Fey, H Bockhorn
Higher Order Factorization and Particle Approximation of Stochastic Reactor Models Based on the PDF Transport Equation

D Lentini
Prediction of density-related statistics and pdf's in variable-density and reacting turbulent jets

VA Arkhipov, OV Matvienko
The Numerical Analyses of Gas Mixtures Combustion in Swirled Flow

E2 Ignition:
AC McIntosh, N Hafiz, JF Griffiths, J Zhang, J Brindley
Effect of asymmetric temperature conditions on the spontaneous ignition of fluids in porous insulation materials

AM Telengator, SB Margolis, FA Williams
Analysis of Ignition of a Porous Energetic Material

BS Seplyarskii, LS Gordopolova
An Analitical Method for Calculations of Ignition Characteristics of Porous Condensed Materials under conditions of Unsteady Gas Filtration

E3 Detonation:
V Romano, M Torrisi
Numerical Solutions for Detonation Models

NN Smirnov, VF Nikitin, MV Tyurnikov, AP Boichenko
Peculiarities of deflagration to detonation transition processes in gaseous hydrocarbon-air mixtures

AN Ischenko, JP Khomenko
Numerical Modelling of Lowporous Fuel Convective Combustion and its Transition to Detonation

E4 Flames:
D Thevenin, PH Renard, JC Rolon, S Candel
Dynamics of the Flame Front during a Non-Premixed Flame/Vortex Interaction

V Favier, L Vervisch
Edge-flame/vortices interaction and stabilization of non-premixed combustion

RW Thatcher, JW Dold, M Cooper
Edges of flames that don't exist

E5 Pollution:
M Pourkashanian, E Amin, GE Andrews, A Williams, L Yap
Assessment of strained-flamelet predictions of NOx formation in H2/Air Turbulent Diffusion flames

A Dederichs, M Balthasar, F Mauss
Modelling Soot and NOx Formation in non-premixed Combustion Using different Flamelet Formulations

OP Koprobeinichev, TA Bolshova, VV Mokrushin, SB Ilin, VA Shvartsberg, AA Chernov
Modeling of organophosphorous compounds destruction in premixed H2/O2/Ar flames, inhibition and promotion effects

Tuesday, 2:00pm - 3:00m

Takashi Niioka
Stretch-Extinction and Radiation-Extinction of Counterflow Premixed and Diffusion Flames

Tuesday, 3:20pm - 5:25pm

F1 Dust/Droplets:
Do Young Byun, Seung Wook Baek, Ju Hyeong Cho
Microexplosion of Aluminium Slurry Droplets

A Koichi Hayashi, T Yokoyama
Numerical Simulation of a Single Droplet Burning in a Hot Air Flow using a C-CUP Method

J Reveillon
DNS study of spray turbulent combustion

S Khosid, D Igra, JB Greenberg
Vaporization Damkohler Number Characterization of Laminar Coflow Spray Diffusion Flames

K Domelevo
About the Numerical Representation of a Turbulent Burning Spray

F2 Ignition:
A Zinoviev, V Goldshtein, I Goldfarb, I Shreiber
Thermal Explosion of a Reactive Gas Bubble

I Goldfarb, V Gol'dshtein, G Kuzmenko, A Zinoviev
Delay Effect of Self-Ignition in Multiphase Media

J Staggs
Thermally thick ignition of solids

HS Sidhu, GN Mercer, RO Weber
A Simple Combustion Reaction in a Well Stirred Continuous Flow Reactor Showing Complex Behaviour

RO Weber, GC Wake, E Balakrishnan
Critical Initial Conditions for Spontaneous Ignition

M1b Gas-Phase Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition - E Oran
S Dorofeev
Effect of Scale on the Onset of Detonations in Gas-Phase DDT

JW Dold, AK Kapila
Asymptotic Analysis of Detonation Initiation

N Nikiforakis
The Influence of Hot-Spots on the Transition to Detonation

C Parkins
Newtonian Asymptotics for Detonation Initiation

M4 methods and reduction techniques for flow and chemistry - M Berzins
P Smith, R Rawat
Reacting flow applications of the intrinsic lower dimensional manifold method

Tamas Turanyi, A Buki, U Maas
Repro-modelling based generation of intrinsic low-dimensional manifolds

A Tomlin, K Hughes, M Pilling, T Mahmood, E Hampartsoumian
Predicting NOx/sulphur Interactions in Turbulent Flames Using Repro Modelling

M Berzins, V Pennington, I Ahmad
Efficient adaptive methods for flow chemistry interaction

M5 Solid Propellant Burning - J Buckmaster
MQ Brewster, MJ Ward, SF Son
Role of Gas and Condensed Phase Kinetics in Burning Rate Control of Energetic Solids

N Illincic, MA Tanoff, MD Smooke, RA Yetter, TP Parr, DM Hanson-Parr
Modeling Ammonium Perchlorate Counterflow Diffusion Flames

J Buckmaster, J Yao
An Elementary Discussion of Propellant Flame Geometry

Vigor Yang
Nonsteady combustion of solid propellants in rocket propulsion

Tuesday evening

6:30pm - 7:30pm Tour of York Minster
7:30pm (for 8:00pm) Dinner in St William's College
(behind the Minster)

Wednesday, 8:50am - 9:40am

G1 Ignition:
AK Kapila, M Short
Explosion in a Thin Sample of a Homogeneous Reactive Medium

G2 Dust/Droplets:
M Massot, A Gomez, MD Smooke
Counterflow spray diffusion flames: computations and experiments

PM Krishenik, KG Shkadinskii
Modeling of Ignition and Combustion of Dust/Air Mixture in an Enclosed Volume

G3 Pollution:
BR Adams, MP Heap, PJ Smith
Numerical Simulation of NOx Formation in Coal-Fired Cyclone Boiler

AY Starikovskii
Nonequilibrium Iron Clusters Coagulation and Decomposition at High Temperatures

G4 Fires/Explosions:
WE Mell, HR Baum
Simulation of Fires with Radiative Heat Transfer

K McGrattan, A Hamins
Modeling Large Scale Industrial Fires

G5 Heterogeneous & Porous media:
R Kissel-Osterrieder, F Behrendt
Monte-Carlo Simulation of Heterogeneous Reaction Systems

J Zhang, JF Griffiths, J Brindley, AC McIntosh
Evaporation and Condensation of Volatile Liquid in Porous Insulation Material

Wednesday, 9:45am - 10:45am

Vincent Giovangigli
Multicomponent Transport in Flames

Wednesday, 11:00am - 12:40pm

H1 Ignition:
M Thiele, J Warnatz, U Maas
Detailed Two-dimensional Simulation of Spark Ignition

AY Starikovskii
Ignition of CH4-Air Mixtures by the Fast Ionisation Wave

AM Bartenev, BE Gelfand, SP Nmedvedev, AN Polenov, SV Khomik
Numerical Modeling of Ignition Phenomena under Focusing Conditions

RS Bourkina
Asymptotic Analysis of the Hot Spot Explosion in a Porous Medium

H2 Hydrodynamics:
T Waku, T Takeno
Time-Dependent Behavior of Premixed Flame caused by Concentration Spots in A Row, Comparison of Convex and Concave Flames

J Hodgson, JW Dold
An Algorithm for Advancing a Thin Flame Interface at Small Mach Number

JM Everson, JW Dold
Numerical Experiments on Nonlinear Flame Front Equations

AA Borisov, SI Sumskoi
Modeling of Accelerating Gaseous Flames in Ducts

H3 Flames:
S Fedotov
Front propagation in a turbulent flow: dynamic programming approach

GN Mercer, RO Weber, HS Sidhu
Heat loss induced pulsations in combustion waves

ML Frankel, V Roytburd
Front Dynamics in Solid Combustion

I Filimonov, N Kidin
Surface Combustion in the Spinning Mode: an Electromagnetic Energy Absorption Effect

H4 Kinetics:
R Bentley, V Dupont, A Williams
A Comparison in Kinetic Mechanisms during CH4-AIR Mixtures Impinging on Platinum Foil

H Niemann, J Warnatz
In-situ Tabulation of ILDM-Reduced Chemical Kinetics

T Blasenbrey, D Schmidt, U Maas
Analysis of the dynamics of the methane-air system at high pressures

H5 Heterogeneous & Porous media:
SB Margolis
Influence of Pressure-Driven Gas Permeation on the Quasi-Steady Burning of Porous Eneregetic Materials

B Peters
Numerical Simulation of a Reacting Packed Bed

AG Merzhanov
Artificial Heterogeneous Model of Flame Propagation

VV Grachev, TP Ivleva
Two-dimensional Modes of Infiltration Combustion

Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:00m

Richard Yetter
Detailed Modelling of Multi-Phase Combustion Phenomena in and around Chemically Reacting Particles

Wednesday, 3:20pm - 5:25pm

J1 Turbulence:
C Corvellec, P Bruel, VA Sabel'nikov
Propagation Properties of Turbulent Premixed Flames Associated with Gradient and Countergradient Diffusion

V Morgenthaler, LF Figueira da Silva, B Deshaies, V Sabel'nikov
Some Problems Related to Flamelet Modeling of Combustion of Coflowing Turbulent Supersonic Jets

KH Luo
Heat Release Effects on Flame Surface Area in Turbulent Diffusion Flames

DJ Ranasinghe, RS Cant
A turbulent combustion model for a flow field with varying mixture strengths

M Boger, D Veynante
A flame surface density approach for large eddy simulation of turbulent premixed flames

J2 Flames:
D Bradley, PH Gaskell and XJ Gu
A Computational Study of Spherical Propagating Laminar Flames

MA Tanoff, MD Smooke
On the structural collapse of laminar multiflames

H Bockhorn, J Frohlich, K Schneider
Numerical Simulation of Two-dimensional Flame Balls in an Adaptive Wavelet Basis

A Ern, V Giovangigli, M Smooke
Computational Study of the Structure of a Rich Methane/Air Bunsen Flame

U Riedel
Numerical Simulation of Laminar Low Mach Number Reacting Flows

M1c Gas-Phase Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition - E Oran
JC Wheeler
DDT in Astrophysics

GA Ruderman, D Scott Stewart
Modeling the Mechanical Ignition of Energetic Materials

I Brailovsky, G Sivashinsky
Momentum Loss as a Mechanism for Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition

followed by:
Extended Discussion Time

M6 Instabilities in Premixed and Diffusion Flames - JS Kim
(session extended to 5:50pm)
S Margolis
Asymptotic Treatment of Hydrodynamic and Reactive/Diffusive Instabilities in Flame-Surface Models of Liquid-Propellant Combustion

H Pearlman
Target Patterns and Rotating Spiral Waves in Premixed Gas Combustion

V Nayagam
Dynamics of Diffusion Flame Oscillations Prior to Extinction during Low Gravity Droplet Combustion

M Matalon
Linear Stability of a Planar Diffusion Flame

JS Kim
Extinction of a Diffusion Flame via Oscillatory Instability

M7 Numerical simulation of droplet and particle combustion - F Benkhaldoun
F Benkhaldoun, R Borghi, I Elmahi
Numerical computation of unsymmetrical droplet ignition

P Haldenwang, J Daou, B Denet, C Nicoli
Low Mach number combustion modelling for droplet and spray

M Rose, P Roth, SM Frolov, MG Neuhaus
A Lagrangian PDF Method for Modeling Turbulent Particle Combustion

D Hanel, R Vilsmeier, A Patschull, O Gloth, C Viozat
A Numerical Method for the Simulation of Ignition Processes


Changes (involving some rescheduling and some alterations in the list of presentations) have been made from the provisional programme first announced on 27th January 1998, in the following sessions:

29th Jan 1998 : changes to D5, E3, E4, E5, G1, H2, H3, H4 and poster session
These alterations are fully included in the programme details given in this document above.


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