Modeling and Simulation of Turbulent Mixing and Reaction

For Power, Energy and Flight

Daniel Livescu (Redaktør) ; Arash G. Nouri (Redaktør) ; Francine Battaglia (Redaktør) ; Peyman Givi (Redaktør)

This book highlights recent research advances in the area of turbulent flows from both industry and academia for applications in the area of Aerospace and Mechanical engineering. Contributions include modeling, simulations and experiments meant for researchers, professionals and students in the area. Les mer
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This book highlights recent research advances in the area of turbulent flows from both industry and academia for applications in the area of Aerospace and Mechanical engineering. Contributions include modeling, simulations and experiments meant for researchers, professionals and students in the area.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Flamelet Modeling for Supersonic Combustion: Tomasz G. Drozda and J. Philip Drummond.

A Probability Based Approach for Simulation of Turbulent Multiphase Flows: Sean C. Garrick

Turbulent Suppression in Swirling Sprays: Nasser Ashgriz.

Filtered Density Function Coupled with a Discontinuous Spectral Element Method: Farzad Mashayek.

Data Driven Modeling of the PDF Transport. Hessam Babaee.

Recent Advances in LES of Complex Aeronautical Flows: Laurent Gicquel.

Application of Filtered Density Function for Supercritical-Pressure Turbulent Flows: Reza Sheikhi

Modern Development is LES-FDF: Shervin Sammak, Arash G. Nouri, and Peyman Givi.

Physics of Rayleigh-Taylor Instability from High Resolution Direct Numerical Simulations: Daniel Livescu.

Scalar Transport Near a Turbulent/Non-Turbulent Interface in Reacting Compressible Mixing Layers: Reza Jahanbakhshi and Cyrus K. Madnia.

Shock-Turbulence Interactions in Multi-Fluid Systems: Farhad Jaberi and Daniel Livescu.

Large-eddy simulations of flows with moving boundaries: Iman Borazjani.

A Novel Method for Initiation, Propagation and Control of Turbulent Combustion
Harold Shock and Farhad Jaberi.

Modeling of Slope Flows: Inanc Senocak.

Om forfatteren

Dr. Livescu is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and the recipient of the 2017 Frank Harlow Distinguished Mentor Award. He is also Associate Editor for ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering.



Prof. Battaglia began her career at the University at Buffalo after working 10 years at Virginia Tech and 8 years at Iowa State University. Prior to her career in academia, she received a National Research Council postdoctoral fellowship to work at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the Building and Fire Research Laboratory. Her research endeavors include using computational fluid dynamics and developing computational models to explore issues related to the thermal sciences. Current research interests include building energy, multiphase flows, reacting flows, fire and combustion.



Dr. Peyman Givi is Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering and the James T. MacLeod Professor in Swanson School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. Previously he held the rank of University Distinguished Professor in Aerospace Engineering at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he received the Professor of the Year Award by Tau Beta Pi (2002). He also worked as a Research Scientist at the Flow Industries, Inc. in Seattle. Dr. Givi has had frequent visiting appointments at the NASA Langley Glenn (Lewis) centers, and received the NASA's Public Service Medal (2005). He is amongst the first 15 engineering faculty nationwide who received the White House Presidential Faculty Fellowship from President George Bush. He also received the Young Investigator Award of the Office of Naval Research, and the Presidential Young Investigator Award of the National Science Foundation.Dr. Givi is the Deputy Editor of AIAA Journal, member of the editorial boards of Computers & Fluids, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics; the Open Aerospace Engineering Journal, an Associate Editor of Journal of Combustion; and a past advisory board member of Progress in Energy and Combustion Science. He received his Ph.D. from the Carnegie Mellon University (PA), and BE (Summa Cum Laude) from the Youngstown State University (OH), where he was named the 2004 Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Alumnus, and the 2012 STEM College