Combustion is still the world's most important and most widely used energy conversion technology. Potential environmental damage and limited resources of fossil fuels require more intensive efforts to better understand the underlying combustion processes, especially those resulting from liquid fuels and subsequent sprays. The fundamental knowledge of sprays and combustion is expected to improve the design of the industrial combustion systems by enhancing the flame stability, improving the combustion efficiency, and reduction in pollutant formation. The short course is intended to provide fundamental understanding of this multi-scale, multi-physics problem, i.e. combustion, sprays and their potential applications and challenges in the development of modern combustor systems for the transportation, power-generation and other industrial applications.
Module 1. Generality of Multiphase Flows
Module 2. Liquid Atomization and Spray Structure
Module 3. Characterization of Sprays and micro-processes Module 4. Turbulence and turbulent combustion Module 5. Phase Change Phenomena and Mixture Formation
Module 6. Spray Transport and interphase coupling Dynamics
Module 7. Turbulent Spray Combustion
Module 8. Numerical Description Techniques of Turbulent Dispersed Spray Combustion
is the leader of the modeling and numerical group at the Institute of Energy and Powerplant Technology at the Technical University of Darmstadt (TUD). His research interests focuses on exergy analysis and on developing new techniques for modelling and simulating complex fluid flows in complicated geometries of energy systems including multiphase reacting flows and interacting processes using CFD.
is a Professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and having a joint appointment in the Department of Sustainable Energy Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. His research interests are CFD, High Speed Flows, Flow-Acoustics Coupling, Fluid-Structure Interaction & Energy Harvesting, Turbulence Modeling, Multiphase flows and Combustion.
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Course Code: 2022-23/041
Course Title: Multiphase Combustion: Theory and Modelling
Course Duration: 05.12.2022 - 09.12.2022