LES for Energy Conversion in electric and combustion Engines [LES4ECE]

IFPEN / Rueil-Malmaison - 17 - 18 June 2021

List of posters submitted 

  • Energy balance approach for modeling turbulence modulation.
    D. Eichler, P. Pischke, M. A. Reddemann, R. Kneer (RWTH Aachen Univ., Germany)
  •  Novel helical guided engine valve performance through computational fluid dynamics analysis.
     A. Haldane (Univ. of Warwick, UK)

  •  LEDF – Low Emission Dual Fuel. Innovative concepts for efficient and low-emission combustion processes for the next generation of maritime diesel engines.
    S. Andree, B. Henke, K. Schleef, J. Ritzke, C. Fink, J. Nocke, H. Harndorf, E. Hassel (Univ. of Rostock, Germany)

  •  Predicting non-cyclic engine combustion phenomena: LES for piston engines -
     A collaborative French research program driven by IFPEN

     C. Angelberger (IFPEN, France)
  •  Software As a Service LES tool using HPC Cloud Computing.
     J. Bohbot (IFPEN, France)
  •  ACCESS-LES: An Automotive Combustion engine Consortium for Establishing
     Simulation methods exploiting Supercomputers and LES
     S. Jay (IFPEN, France)


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