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14th International Workshop on Measurement and Computation of Turbulent Flames

Trinity Conference Center
Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
July 27-28, 2018

Scope

The TNF Workshop series facilitates collaboration and information exchange among experimental and computational researchers in the field of turbulent combustion, with an emphasis on the interactions of turbulence and chemistry in flames with well-defined boundary conditions.Piloted DUE

Background

The 1st TNF Workshop was held in Naples, Italy in July 1996, before the 26th Combustion Symposium, with a purpose of identifying experimental data sets and establishing guidelines for collaborative comparisons of measured and calculated results. Subsequent workshops were held in Heppenheim, Germany (1997), Boulder, Colorado (1998), Darmstadt, Germany (1999), Delft, The Netherlands (2000), Sapporo, Japan (2002), Chicago, Illinois (2004), Heidelberg, Germany (2006), Montreal, Canada (2008), Beijing, China (2010), Darmstadt, Germany (2012), Pleasanton, California (2014), and Seoul, Korea (2016). Proceedings are available through the TNF Workshop home page.

Objectives

We emphasize that this is not a competition, but rather a means of identifying areas for potential improvements in a variety of modeling approaches. This collaborative process benefits from contributions by participants having different areas of expertise, including velocity measurements, scalar measurements, computational methods, turbulence modeling, chemical kinetics, reduced mechanisms, mixing models, direct and large-eddy simulation, uncertainty quantification, and combustion theory.

TNF14 Organizing committee:

R.S. Barlow, J.-Y. Chen, A. Dreizler, B. Fiorina, C. Hasse, M. Ihme, A. Kempf, R.P. Lindstedt, A.R. Masri, J.C. Oefelein, H. Pitsch, S.B. Pope, D. Roekaerts, L. Vervisch.

Questions

Rob Barlow (barlow@sandia.gov)