Thanks to all participants, speakers, authors and partners.
You made the event a success! The Organizing Committee
LES4ICE & social protests in France
As you may know from news reports, there are a number of social protests taking place in France since a few weeks.
News reports may give a picture of generalized upheaval, by the way these protests are very much localized and Rueil-Malmaison is completely unaffected by the protests, and public transport between Paris and Rueil-Malmaison operate normally.
IFP Energies nouvelles organized the
6th edition of its
in Rueil-Malmaison (near to Paris), on 11-12 December 2018.
Since its 1st edition in 2008, LES4ICE aims at providing a forum of international exchanges concerning recent advances in Large-Eddy Simulation research applied to Internal Combustion Engine Flows and related experimental techniques. It brings together engine designers and research scientists working in the field of ICE to debate the state of the art in LES applied to ICEs and examine advanced experimental techniques capable of supporting and validating its development.
A successful LES research is strongly dependent on the availability of dedicated high-resolution quantitative experimental techniques, and on their application to detailed studies of engine flow and combustion under realistic operating conditions. Such experimental research is not only necessary to yield validation data, published recent research also exemplified how a combined usage of LES and advanced diagnostics could truly yield an unprecedented detailed insight into presently poorly understood and mastered engine phenomena.
LES4ICE aims at proposing its participants the unique opportunity to keep up with the relevant worldwide research in these fields.