TOTeM30 is offered by the American Flame Research Committee (AFRC) under the auspices of the IFRF and will address the topic: CFD – Simulation of Combustion Processes.
TOTeM 30 takes place immediately after the American/Japanese Committees’ 2007 International Symposium entitled “Advances in Combustion Technology: Improving the Environment and Energy Efficiency” (http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=232) to be held at the same venue on October 22-24, 2007. (For those also attending the TOTeM, the deadline for submitting abstracts to the American/Japanese symposium has been extended to April 30, 2007.)
Through a combination of invited talks and poster sessions, TOTeM30 will develop the background to the simulation of combustion processes through CFD. Recent advances in CFD simulation technologies will be highlighted, along with their applications in understanding combustion processes in a wide range of industries. Delegates will also have the opportunity to determine the needs for further development during a full morning workshop session.
TOTeM30 will focus on the following key topics:
• CFD in Combustion and Flames: an IFRF perspective
• Combustion and Flame Simulation: current status and the latest developments in CFD
• Development and Application of Large Eddy Simulations (LES)
• CFD in Industrial Combustion Processes: its applications and development needs
• Advancement in Simulating Turbulence-Combustion Interactions
• CFD Simulation of Fluid Structure Interactions (FSI) in Combustion Equipment
• Progress in Simulating Emissions from Combustion Processes
• CFD Applications in Liquid Fuel Simulation
The workshop is open to all delegates. Building on the momentum created by the invited talks and poster sessions of the previous day, it will provide a forum to discuss the state of CFD and its relevance to industrial combustion processes, and to identify the needs for further research and development.
|25th October, 2007 |
|26th October, 2007|
|IFRF Member Meeting|
Proposals of papers for the poster sessions are hereby invited from industrial companies, research organizations, universities and others engaged in research, development, or applications of CFD in simulating combustion processes.
Please email or fax your proposal as a 150 to 250 word abstract to:
Dr. Christopher Q. Jian
John Zink Company, LLC
Early submissions are encouraged. The deadline for proposals is June 22, 2007.
Authors will be notified by July 12, 2007 regarding acceptance of papers.
In order to distribute copies of the poster papers to attendees, full paper submissions are due September 14th, 2007.
A detailed agenda will be announced by June 8, 2007 along with registration information. This announcement and all updates will be posted on the IFRF website (http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=233).