With about 20 scientific employees and students, the Institute for Combustion Technology of the University of Stuttgart conducts research on the fundamentals of modelling and simulation of turbulent, reacting flows in the areas of gas phase combustion, multiphase flows (gaseous/liquid and gaseous/solid) and nanoparticle processes. The teaching of ITV covers the fundamentals and advanced topics in combustion technology and simulation of reacting flow systems, as well as related programming basics.
Please note that there will be no consultation hours at the institute until further notice!
The office will be staffed sporadically on site, but one can contact the office via email.
In general, all staff can be contacted via email.
We offer to the students the opportunity to take part in the upcoming presentations of the study- and master theses at ITV and to receive proof of this (form "seminar lectures").
The presentations are for the time being only "virtual", so you can join via Webex.
The link to the respective talk will be shown here on the presentation date at the latest.
Please write an email to the Administrator (see below) if you want to attend and need a proof!
Tue, April 26 02:00 PM
"Effect of primary particle polydispersity on collision frequencies of agglomerates" (SRP defense)
Tue, May 3 02:00 PM
"Coagulation rate coefficients for fractal-like agglomerates in the diffusive and ballistic regime"
Fri, May 6 10:00 AM
"Sectional-based PBE-MMC-LES methodology for simulating flame synthesis of particulates with fractal morphology"
Fri, May 13 11:00 AM
"Modelling and simulation of turbulent premixed combustion with stratification based on multiple mapping conditioning"
Tue, Jun 28 02:00 PM
"Implementation and Investigation of the Hertz-Knudsen Model for Flashing Cryogenic LN2 Jets" (SRP defense)
Fri, Jul 1 02:00 PM
"Investigation of Elastic Light Scattering in Flame Spray Pyrolysis Modelled by a Stochastic Particle Approach"
Tue, Jul 5 02:00 PM
"PDF mixing time scales for premixed combustion in the laminar flame limit"
Fri, Jul 8 02:00 PM
Tien Duc Luu
"Flame characterisation of gas-assisted pulverised coal combustion using FPV-LES"
Tue, Jul 12 02:00 PM
"A comparative study of two-phase coupling models for a sparse-Lagrangian particle method"
Fri, Jul 15 02:00 PM
Ali Shamooni Pour Dezfouli
"Fully-resolved simulations of volatile combustion and NOx formation from single coal particles in recycled flue gas environments"
PLACE: Pfaffenwaldring 31, Seminarroom ITV (V31.321), Tuesdays 02:00 - 04:00pm
We offer a Research Assistant (Ph.D.) (m/w/d) position - Topic: Modelling Differential Diffusion in Hydrogen Combustion
You can find the job offer on our website: