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.
For consultation hours see the ITV team page and choose the employee you would like to meet.
- Bestimmung laminarer und turbulenter Nusselt-Zahlen für Rohrströmungen - Jonas Kirchmann
- Simulation des Turbulenzverhaltens eines umströmten Zylinders - Jan W. Gärtner
- Simulation turbulenter Flammen - Sergio Gutiérrez
Registration starting 27.09.2023 via Campus.
Ricarda Schubert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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").
Tue, June 13 02:00 pm
"Carrier-phase direct numerical simulation of solid fuel particles in a turbulent reacting mixing layer" (SRP defense)
Tue, Jul 4 02:00 PM
"Efficient and Scalable WENO Scheme for OpenFOAM"
Tue, Sep 12 02:00 PM
"A side stepping mixing method for Sparse-Lagrangian MMC-LES simulations"
Fri, Sep 15 02:00 PM
"Effective collision radii for bidisperse systems in the free molecular regime"
Tue, Sep 19 02:00 P
"The effect of rotational diffusion on nanoparticle agglomeration"
Fri, Sep 22 02:00 PM
Tien Duc Luu
"Carrier-phase DNS of micron-sized iron particles in a turbulent reacting mixing layer"
Fri, Nov 10 03:00 PM
"Simulation and Analysis of the Conditions Leading to the Micro-Explosion of Droplets"
PLACE: Pfaffenwaldring 31, Seminarroom ITV (V31.321), Tuesdays 02:00 - 04:00pm (occasionally Fridays 02:00 - 04:00pm)
We offer a Research Assistant (Ph.D.) (m/w/d) position - open until 15.12.2023:
Topic:Towards carbon free energy cycles: Modelling ignition and combustion of iron particles
For further information see: