CoEC participated in the 18th International Conference on Numerical Combustion which took place on 8-11 May 2022 in San Diego, California, USA. Project partners gave a total of five talks and co-chaired four sessions about HPC and combustion. The titles of CoEC presentations and co-chaired sessions can be found here.
More information about the 18th International Conference on Numerical Combustion:
Current advances in numerical combustion continue to have a great impact on combustion and energy science. These advances allow researchers to address engineering problems with increasing complexity in a wide range of applications such as propulsion and transportation, power generation, environment, waste disposal, safety (fires, explosions), or material synthesis. These advances also enable the development of mitigation strategies for climate change, especially for power generation and transportation. New e-fuels and hydrogen rich fuels provide low-carbon alternatives to fossil fuels, significantly reducing carbon dioxide emissions, but their effective utilization requires fundamental understanding and models of their combustion behavior at practical conditions.
At the forthcoming Eighteenth International Conference on Numerical Combustion, ongoing research and current advances in the field of numerical combustion will be presented. These include the integration of theory, modeling and numerical implementation to perform high-fidelity simulations of fundamental combustion physics and technological applications. The goal of the conference is to be a premier venue for researchers and industry practitioners to share new ideas, research results, and development experiences in these fields.
The Eighteenth International Conference on Numerical Combustion will be held at the Hyatt Regency in La Jolla, California from 8 May to 11 May 2022. The conference will consist of sessions for oral presentations and a plenary lecture will open each morning session. It is followed by three blocks of parallel sessions of contributed presentations consistent with the conference topics as well as mini-symposia, which are topical sessions on a well-focused subject.