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Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
A comparison between conventional and MILD combustion processes of turbulent stratified mixtures2024
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
A Priori Direct Numerical Simulation assessment of MILD combustion modelling in the context of Large Eddy Simulation2024
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Dr Umair Ahmed
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
A Priori Direct Numerical Simulation Assessment of MILD Combustion Modelling in the Context of Reynolds Averaged Navier–Stokes Simulations2023
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Dr Umair Ahmed
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
An Assessment of the Validity of Damköhler’s Hypotheses for Different Choices of Reaction Progress Variable in Homogenous Mixture Moderate or Intense Low-Oxygen Dilution (MILD) Combustion2023
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Flame Self-interaction and Flow Topology in Turbulent Homogeneous Mixture n-Heptane MILD Combustion2023
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Surface Density Function and its evolution in Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous mixture n-heptane MILD Combustion2023
Freddie Young
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Dr Umair Ahmed
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
et al.
A comparison between statistical behaviours of scalar dissipation rate between homogeneous MILD combustion and premixed turbulent flames2022
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Dr Umair Ahmed
Dr Markus Klein
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
et al.
Assessment of Damköhler’s hypotheses in the thin reaction zones regime using multi-step chemistry Direct Numerical Simulations of statistically planar turbulent premixed flames2022
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Flame self-interactions in turbulent homogeneous-mixture n-heptane MILD combustion2022
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Surface density function and its evolution in homogeneous and inhomogeneous n-heptane MILD combustion2022
Dr Hazem Awad
Dr Khalil Abo Amsha
Dr Umair Ahmed
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Comparison of the reactive scalar gradient evolution between homogeneous MILD combustion and premixed turbulent flames2021