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Effects of turbulence on the ignition of flames.

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The ignition (autoignition or spark ignition) of flames of gaseous or liquid fuels is important for a great variety of technological applications such as diesel engines and gas turbines. The seminar will focus on how turbulent mixing and fluid mechanical strain rate can affect these processes and on how such effects can be controlled. Large-eddy simulations of ignition will also be discussed.

This talk is part of the BPI Seminar Series series.

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