Du 23 au 24 mars 2015
LBV2015 : On the importance of the accurate measurement of Laminar Burning Velocity
Salle de Conférences du CORIA

Conference program

Final program

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

9:00 Reception and registration
9:30 Welcome address of LBV2015 workshop, with :
- Mourad Boukhalfa, head of the laboratory CORIA
- Bruno Renou & Fabien Halter, LBV 2015 organizers
9:45Moshe Matalon, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
“Theoretical considerations in the determination of the laminar burning velocity from laboratory flame configurations”
10:30 Coffee break and poster session
10h45Hai Wang, Stanford University, Palo Alto, USA
“What Can We Learn from Laminar Flame Speed Measurements ?”
11h30Guillaume Dayma, ICARE CNRS, Orleans, France
“On the interest and difficulty to use sub-atmospheric laminar burning velocities to improve kinetic modeling”
12:15 Lunch, poster session, discussions
14:00 Presentation of the European Scientific supports (INTERREG Programs)
14:30Laurent Selle, IMFT, Toulouse, France
“From single-step to skeletal mechanism : current trends and needs for LES of practical systems”
15:15Luc Vervisch, CORIA, Rouen, France
“Propagation speed of ignition fronts after rapid compression”
16:00 Coffee break and poster session
16:30Arnaud Mura, Pprime CNRS, Poitiers, France
“Laminar versus turbulent premixed flame propagation. General considerations”
17:15Benoit Fiorina, EM2C ECP, Paris, France
"LES of a turbulent swirled confined premixed flame submitted to heat losses : sensitivity of the stabilization prediction to the flame consumption speed sub-model”
18:00 Closing day 1 and transfer to Rouen City Center
19:30 Dinner

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

9:00Fokion Egolfopoulos, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
“Laminar Burning Velocity : Towards Eliminating Apparatus Dependence and Approaching Extreme Engine-Like Conditions”
9:45Vincent Giovangigli, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France
“Multicomponent transport in laminar flames”
10:30 Coffee break and poster session
11:00Zheng Chen, SKLTCS Peking University, Beijing, China
“On the accuracy of laminar burning velocity measured from propagating spherical flames”
11:45Kal Seshadri, University of California, San Diego, USA
“The Structure of Counter Flow Premixed Flames and Propagating Flames”
12:30 Lunch, poster session, discussions
14:00Philip de Goey, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
“Towards a broader validity of laminar burning velocity data measured with the heat flux method.”
14:45Joachim Beeckmann, ITV RWTH Aachen University, Germany
"Uncertainties in spherical flame measurements : a collaborative study"
15:30 Conclusions of the workshop & Lab tour

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