Call for Abstracts!
It is our pleasure to announce the 3rd International Workshop on Near-Wall Reactive Flows. The Workshop is scheduled for November, 3rd – 4th 2022, in the city of Darmstadt. This Workshop will be on the occasion of the retirement of Professor Amsini Sadiki, to honour and celebrate his long and productive career and his contributions to turbulent spray combustion and modelling techniques.
This workshop is co-organized with the Collaborative Research Center 150 on Turbulent, Chemically Reacting Multiphase Flows Near Walls and provides an excellent opportunity for you to foster international cooperation, present and discuss new challenges and developments in the area of Near-Wall Reactive Flows. The scientific program will include aspects of experiment, theory and numerical simulations.
Cornerstones of the scientific programme will be key lectures given by invited renowned international speakers who will address major topics and new trends, and a poster session which will offer to participants the possibility to present their most recent results.
The scientific program will include both theoretical and experimental works and simulations related to various scientific and industrial fields with a particular focus on different research areas of the Collaborative Research Center 150, such as:
• Measurement techniques and diagnostics
• Flame-wall interaction
• Spray-wall Interaction, film evaporation and deposition formation
• Exhaust after-treatment systems
• IC engine flow and heat transfer process
• Flame retardants and boundary layer flames
Your poster contributions are highly welcome!
Abstract submission (one page):July, 31st 2022
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Notification of Abstract acceptance: August, 15th 2022
Registration fees will be 150 €, including meals during the workshop
Registration can be made on this page end of June 2022
We are honoured to invite you to participate in this workshop and hope to welcome you in Darmstadt.
• Andreas Dreizler, TU Darmstadt
• Olaf Deutschmann, KIT
• Federica Ferraro, TU Darmstadt
• Bettina Frohnapfel, KIT
• Christian Hasse, TU Darmstadt