Bulletin 136, September 2023

Table of Contents:

Theme Issue on Turbulent Combustion
D. Roekaerts

Flame Regime Identification in LES for Technically Relevant Combustion Systems
C. Hasse, S. Popp and S. Hartl

Probability Density Function and Filtered Reaction Source Term in Turbulent Premixed Flames
M. Pfitzner, N. Chakraborty and M. Klein

The Influence of Hydrogen Addition on Carbon Monoxide Formation in Methane–air Combustion
J. C. Massey, A. D. Kumar and N. Swaminathan

Recent Advancements in Understanding and Modelling of Intrinsically Unstable Hydrogen-air Premixed Flames
P.E. Lapenna, M. Gauding, L. Berger, S. Al Kassar, A. Attili, G. Troiani, A. Remiddi, F. Creta and H. Pitsch

Combined Effect of Strain and Water Injection in Premixed Hydrogen Flamelets
B. Cassese, A. Porcarelli and I. Langella

High-pressure Direct Injection of Hydrogen in Argon Power Cycle: Experiments and Numerical Modelling
J. van Oijen, A. Ballatore, N. Diepstraten, D. Quan Reyes, M. Peters, N. Dam and N. Maes

Assessment of Advanced Computational Methods for Highfidelity Combustion Simulations
A. Surapaneni, A. Both, G. Houzeaux and D. Mira

Accelerated High-fidelity Turbulent Combustion Simulations Using Low-dimensional Manifolds and Machine Learning
H. G. Im, F. E. Hernández-Pérez, R. Malpica Galassi, P. P. Ciottoli, and M. Valorani

Handling Complex Chemistry with Machine Learning in Turbulent Flame Simulation
L. Vervisch and P. Domingo

Accelerating Reacting-flow Simulations with Data-driven Adaptive Chemistry Approaches
A. Parente and A. Cuoci

Electromagnetic Interactions and Nanotechnologies for the Control of Reacting Flows
A. Giusti


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