7th Workshop on Measurement and Computation of Turbulent Spray Combustion (TCS7)
June 16, 2019, Tenerife, Spain
The aim of this workshop series is to stimulate progress in the understanding of turbulent spray combustion by organizing focused discussions on open problems and promising new initiatives and collaborations in this area. A long term objective is to advance capabilities to model turbulent spray flows, both reacting and non-reacting. In order to do so it links recent developments in studies of dispersed multiphase flow and combustion. The intention is to have interactive discussion between experts and young researchers and between modelers and experimentalists.
Two keynote lectures one of which is more research oriented and one more application oriented will be presented by
- "Some Challenges in Numerical Simulation of Spray Combustion" by Prof. Ryoichi Kurose, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
- "The Challenges of Spray Combustion Simulation: an Industrial Perspective" by Dr. Marco Zedda, Rolls-Royce, UK.
Location and date
RegistrationPlease download the registration form and mail or fax it as soon as possible. Please indicate if you plan to submit a poster presentaton. Thank you.
- Those who come to TCS7 and stay on for MCS11 can book accommodation for both events using the MCS11 registration form.
- Those who come to TCS7 but DO NOT stay on for MCS11 should get in contact with the travel agent (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make a booking if they would like to take advantage of the room rates indicated on the MCS11 website. Please make your hotel reservation before March 15, 2019, this is the day when the block booking expires.
Organizing committeeProf. Eva Gutheil (Heidelberg University, Germany)
Prof. Assaad R. Masri (The University of Sydney, Australia)
Prof. Epaminondas Mastorakos (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Prof. Bart Merci (Ghent University, Belgium)
Prof. Venkat Raman (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, USA)
Prof. Dirk Roekaerts (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Prof. Amsini Sadiki (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany)