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第33届国际燃烧会议
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会议名称(中文): 第33届国际燃烧会议
会议名称(英文): 33rd international symposium on combustion
所属学科: 分析化学,化学工程基础,信息安全,自动化技术应用,机械制造与机床技术,能源技术基础与储能节能,核科学技术应用,矿业工程,环境工程,管理科学与工程
开始日期: 2010-08-02
结束日期: 2010-08-06
所在国家: 中华人民共和国
所在城市: 北京市     海淀区
具体地点: 清华大学
主办单位: 国际燃烧学会
协办单位: 中国工程热物理学会燃烧分会
承办单位: 清华大学
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[ 重要日期 ]
[ 会务组联系方式 ]
联系人: 姚强
联系电话: 01062782108
传真: 01062794068
E-MAIL: yaoq@tsinghua.edu.cn
通讯地址: 清华大学热能工程系
邮政编码: 100084
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会议网站: http;//www.combustioninstitute.org
会议背景介绍:
这是国际燃烧学会最高水平的会议,每二年举办一次,每次1200人左右参加。
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会议视频:
·Combustion and beyond: alternate reactive/energy systems
·Energy and Biological Applications
·Cyberinfrastructure for Combustion Research
·Advanced diagnostic techniques
·Turbulent Combustion:Experiments,Simulation and Modeling
·Combustion theory
·Chemical Kinetic Modeling:A Status Report of Current Capabilities
·Bill Green (Massachusetts Instltute of Technology)
·Clean coal combustion
·Clean engine combustion
·Coupling tabulated chemistry ith compressible CFD solvers
·Estimates of the three-dimensional flame surface density and all terms in its transport equation from two dimensional easurements
·Flame edge statistics in turbulent combustion
·Modelling of the tangential strain rate term of the Flame Surface Density Transport Equation in the context of Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes Simulation
·Synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles by premixed stagnation swirl flames
·Quenchcollection of nanoaluminium agglomerates from combustion of sandwiches and propellants
·Synthesis and ignition of energetic CuO/Al core/shell nanowires
·Temperature measurements of Al containing nanothermite reactions using multiwavelength pyrometry
·Solid support flame synthesis of 1- D and 3-D tungstenoxide nanostructures
·Flame synthesis of tungsten xide nanostructures on diverse substrates
·Temperature nd mixing field measurements in stratified lean premixed turbulent flames
·Flow structures in a leanpremixed swirlstabilized combustor with microjet air injection
·Structure and stabilization mechanism of a stratified premixed low swirl flame
·Visualization of blow-off events in bluff-body stabilized turbulent premixed flames
·Equivalence ratio gradient effects on front topology in a stratified isooctane/air turbulent V-flame
·Aviation gas turbine alternative fuelsa review
·Local flame structure and turbulent burning velocity by multi-line PLIF imaging
·Turbulent flame speed for syngas at gas turbine relevant conditions
·On interaction of centrally-ignited,outwardlypropagating premixed flames with fullydeveloped isotropic turbulence at elevated pressure
·Measurement of turbulent burning velocities in mplosions at hig pressures
·A computational study of nonpremixed flame extinction by water spray
·Turbulent combustion characteristics of premixed gases in a packed pebble bed at high pressure
·A test of conditioned balance equation approach
·Conditionally filtered diffusion of mixture fraction and temperature in turbulent partially premixed flames
·Conditioned moments in premixed turbulent reacting flows
·On the correlation of heat release rate in turbulent premixed flames
·Heat release response of acoustically forced turbulent premixed flames—Role of kinematic restoration
·Coal combustiongenerated aerosols:Formation and properties
·Numerical simulation of nitrogen oxide formation in lean premixed turbulent H2/O2/N2 flames
·Lewis number effects in distributed flames
·Analysis of sub-grid PDF of a progress variable approach using a hybrid LES/TPDF method
·Localstructure and fractal characteristics of H2- air turbulent premixed flame
·Characterization of low Lewis number flames
·LES flamelet modeling of a threestream MILD combustor: Analysis of flame sensitivity to scalar inflow conditions
·Large Eddy Simulation of oxygen/methane flames under transcritical conditions
·A turbulent premixed flame on fractal-grid generated turbulence
·Effect of quenching of the oxidation layer in highly turbulent counterflow premixed flames
·Sparselagrangian FDF simulations of Sandia Flame E with density coupling
·Flame structure and radiation characteristics of CO/H2/CO2/air turbulent premixed flames at high pressure
·Flame acceleration and explosion safety applications
·Effects of coaxial air on nitrogen-diluted hydrogen jet diffusion flame length and Nox emission
·Stochastic Multiple Mapping Conditioning for a piloted turbulent jet diffusion flame
·The stabilization characteristics of turbulent lifted diffusion flames of CH4/CO blended fuels
·Experimental study of flame-hole reignition mechanisms in a turbulent nonpremixed jet flame using sustained multikHz PIV and rossedplane OH PLIF
·An evaluation of the One- Dimensional Turbulence model: Comparison with direct numerical simulations of CO/H2 jets with extinction and reignition
·A comparative analysis of flame surface density metrics in premixed and stratified flames
·A DNS study on the stabilization mechanism of a turbulent lifted ethylene jet flame in highly-heated coflow
·DNS analysis of propagation speed and conditional statistics of turbulent premixed flames in a planar impinging jet
·Direct numerical simulation study of evaporation effects in combustion suppression by inert droplets
·Direct numerical simulation of flame stabilization downstream of a transverse fuel jet in cross-flow
·Propagation, dynamics and control of laminar premixed flames
·Experimental study of the MILD combustion of liquid hydrocarbons
·A simplified approach for predicting NO formation in MILD combustion of CH4-H2 mixtures
·Investigation of the MILD combustion regime via Principal Component Analysis
·Experimental investigation on the effect of O2 and CO2 on burning rates during oxy fuel combustion of methane
·Measurements and analysis of CO and O2 emissions in CH4/CO2/O2 flames
·Experimental analysis of the combustion behaviour of oxy fuel flames in a gas turbine model combustor
·Ignition in 40 kW co-axial turbulent diffusion oxy-coal jet flames
·Prediction of lean flammability limit and flame propagation velocity for oxy-fuel fired pulverized coal combustion
·Soot,unburned carbon and ultrafine particle emissions from air-and oxycoal flames
·Retrofitting oxy-fuel technology in a semi-industrial plant:Flame characteristics and NOx production from a low NOx burner fed with natural gas
·An explicit reduced mechanism for H2-air combustion
·Optimization of combustion kinetic models on a feasible set
·Visualization and understanding of combustion processes using spatially and temporally resolved laser diagnostic techniques
·Non-premixed flame synthesis of hydrophobic carbon nanostructured surfaces
·An aerosol rapid compression machine for studying energeticnanoparticleenhanced combustion of liquid fuels
·Two dimensional numerical study of combustion and heat transfer in porous media combustorheater
·Gas and solidphase temperature measurements of porous media combustion
·Conversion of wet ethanol to syngas via filtration combustion:An experimental and computational investigation
·Flame propagation in a vortex flow within small diameter tubes
·Quenching mechanism study of oscillating flame in micro channels using phased locked OHPLIF
·Analysis of an idealized heatcirculating microcombustor
·Threedimensional effects in counterflow heatrecirculating combustors
·DNS of turbulent swirling premixed flame in a micro gas turbine combustor
·Combustion characteristics of 5-Watt microcombustor with a sintered porous catalyst layer and its application to thermoelectric cogeneration
·Stabilized three-stage oxidation of gaseous nheptane/air mixture in a micro flow reactor with a controlled temperature profile
·Direct numerical simulation: Fundamental insights toward predictive models
·Soot formation in laminar ethane diffusion flames at elevated pressures from 0.2 MPa to 3.34 MPa
·A study of low-pressure premixed ethylene flame with and without ethanol using photoionization mass spectrometry and modeling
·Improved soot prediction models for turbulent nonpremixed ethylene/air flames
·Experimental and numerical study of soot formation in laminar ethylene diffusion flames at elevated pressures from 10 to 35 atm
·Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from the co-pyrolysis of catechol and propyne
·Evidence of aliphatics in nascent soot particles in premixed ethylene flames
·Carbon condensation wave in C3O2 and C2H2 initiated by a shock wave
·Formation of nascent soot and other condensed-phase materials in flames
·Stability of hetero-/homogeneous combustion in propane-and methanefueled catalytic microreactors:Channel confinement and molecular transport effects
·Influence of gas-phase reactions on catalytic reforming of isooctane
·Methane oxidation over catalytic copper oxides nanowires
·The effect of iron-bearing mineral melting behavior on ash deposition during coal combustion
·Formation of fine particles in cocombustion of coal and solid recovered fuel in a pulverized coal-fired power station
·Evolution of organically bound metals during coal combustion in air and O2/CO2 mixtures—A case study of Victorian brown coal
·Effects of HCl,SO2 and H2O in flue gas on the condensation behavior of Pb and Cd vapors in the cooling section of municipal solid waste incineration
·Particle deposition on the wall driven by turbulence,thermophoresis and particle agglomeration in channel flow
·Development of the advanced simulator for fly ash modification in the pulverized coal combustion furnace
·Mechanochemical activation of highcarbon fly ash for enhanced carbon reburning
·Chemical kinetics of copper oxide reduction with carbon monoxide
·Control of PM1 by kaolin or limestone during O2/CO2 pulverized coal combustion
·Emission properties of PM2.5 derived from CFBunder O2/CO2 atmosphere
·Micro and mesoscale combustion
·Large eddy simulation of a pulverized coal jet flame ignited by a preheated gas flow
·A semidetailed kinetic model of char combustion with consideration of thermal annealing
·Oxidation model for 24 bituminous coal chars:Variable or constant activation energy
·A Mechanistic Study on Kinetic Compensation Effect during Low-temperature Oxidation of Coal Chars
·Sulphur Transformation during Pyrolysis of an Australian Lignite
·Nox and N2O precursors(NH3 and HCN)from Biomass Pyrolysis:Co-pyrolysis of Amino Acid and Cellulose,Hemicellulose and Lignin
·Biomass pyrolysis in pf-boilers:Derivation of apparent kinetic parameters for inclusion in CFD codes
·Fundamental Investigation of Nox Formation during Oxy-fuel Combustion of Pulverized Coal
·In-situ observation of the combustion of air-dried and wet Victorian brown coal
·Experimental study of Fuel-N conversion and Recycle NO reduction in ocyfuel combustion
·Effect of CO2 gasification reaction on oxy-combustion of pulverized coal char
·Applications of quantitative laser sensors to kinetics,propulsion and practical energy systems
·openning ceremony
·Visualization and understanding of combustion processes using spatially and temporally resolved laser diagnostic techniques
·Direct numerical simulation: Fundamental insights toward predictive models
·Micro and mesoscale combustion
·Formation of nascent soot and other condensed-phase materials in flames
·Applications of quantitative laser sensors to kinetics,propulsion and practical energy systems
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