Encyclopaedia Index
Combustion
Authors Title Publication Ref.
Hibbert SE & Phelps PJ Blast assessment of a jack-up MODU using CFD Proceedings, 'Application of Fluid Dynamics in the Safe Design of Topsides and Superstructures', The Institute of Marine Engineers, London, 26 February 1997 97/8
Kuijlaars KJ, Kleijn CR & van den Akker HEA. Transient simulations of selective chemical vapour deposition of tungsten using PHOENICS-CVD. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp 391-404,1997. 97/57
Pierrat D & Ledoux C & Garnaud A Use of PHOENICS for domestic burner flows simulations at Gaz de France. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp 313-334,1997. 97/55
Spalding DB Multi-fluid turbulent combustion model Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 97/25
Sennoun MH, Charette A & Potocnik V New turbulent combustion models in PHOENICS 2.1 Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp25-50, 1998. 97/20
Fueyo N & Gambon V An Eulerian-Eulerian model of coal combustion for the simulation of utility boilers Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 123-149, 1997. 97/19
Fueyo N, Gambon V, Ballester J, Dopazo C & Gonzalez JF Numerical simulation of an arch-fired coal-boiler using an Eulerian-Eulerian model. Fourth International Conference on Technologies and Combustion for a clean Environment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 1997 97/14
Fueyo N, Ballester J & Dopazo C The computation of particle size in Eulerian-Eulerian models of coal combustion International Journal of Multiphase Flow Vol. 23 No. 3, pp 607-612, 1997 97/13
Brink A, Kilpinen P, Hupa M, Kjaldman L & Jaaskelainen K. Improved gas phase chemistry for furnace simulations 6th International Conference on Numerical Combustion, New Orleans, USA, March 4-6, 1996 96/47
Brink A, Kilpinen P, Hupa M, Kjaldman L & Jaaskelainen K. Modelling of local extinction and reignition of the flame Proceedings, 3rd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, June 12-14, 1996 96/43
Brink A, Hupa M & Kjaldman L An extinction model for turbulent diffusion flames Proceedings, 6th Symposium (Int.) on Combustion, Naples, Italy. Published by the Combustion Institute, 1996 96/42
Wardenier K & van den Bulck E. Steady state wast combustion and air flow optimisation in a field scale rotary kiln
96/39
Wardenier K & van den Bulck E. Air flow optimisation in a field scale rotary kiln Proceedings, 15th "Journees d'etudes" of the Belgian Section of the Combustion Institute, Louvain-la neuve, Belgium, May 20-21, 1996 96/38
Dierckx T & van den Bulck E. Simulation and experimental validation of a small scale premixed natural gas vortex burner Proceedings, 15th "Journees d'etudes" of the Belgian Section of the Combustion Institute, Louvain-la neuve, Belgium, May 20-21, 1996 96/37
Jeong KT & Huh KY. Comparison of turbulent diffusion combustion models and application to a gas Burner with PHOENICS-2.1. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 424-433, 1996 96/33
Megahed M Assessment of two-equation turbulence models for simulating swirling flows as applied to swirl burners The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 259-277, 1996 96/21
Dierckx T & van den Bulck E Simulation and experimental validation of a small scale premixed natural gas vortex burner The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 253-258, 1996 96/20
Glynn DR, Eckford DC & Pope CW Smoke concentrations and air temperatures generated by a fire on a train in a tunnel The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 157-168, 1996 96/15
Fueyo N, Larroya JC, Valino L & Dopazo C A combined CFD-MonteCarlo method for the solution of the scalar PDF equation in turbulent reaction The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 116-138, 1996 96/13
Fuller L, Trammel R, Harshburger E, Kaler M, Tingle P, Rizk T & Kosvic T Impact of secondary air distribution on NOx generation rate in large utility boilers Proceedings, EPRI/EPA Joint Symposium on Stationary Combustion NOx Control, 1995 95/9
Kjaldman L Numerical simulation of combustion and nitrogen pollutants in furnaces Dissertation, Technical Research Centre of Finland, VTT Publications 159. 95/6
Vanormelingen J & van den Bulck E. Optimized combustion in grate fired combustion systems Submitted for the 3rd European Conference on Industrial Furnaces and Boilers, Lisbon, April 18-21, 1995 95/58
Montenegro HS & Choucino MA A pulverised coal combustion global model with NOx formation The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 311-338, 1995 95/42
Freeman DJ & Spalding DB The multi-fluid turbulent combustion model and its application to simulation of gas explosions The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 255-295, 1995 95/40
Majander EOJ, Manninen MT, Aittamaa JR, Eilos IH, Keskinen KI & Rihko LK. Simulation of TAME reactions in a small lab scale reactor using CFD combined with physical properties and reaction kinetics in a flowsheeting program Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 95/4
Ben-Zvi R Development of a PHOENICS-CHEMKIN interface for reactive flow calculations The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp 165-212, 1995 95/39
Jacobsen T A multi-domain method for the simulation of pulverised coal fired multiburner furnaces Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 95/3
Kravchik T, Sher E & Heywood JB From spark ignition to flame initiation Combustion Science and Technology 108, pp1-30, 1995 95/25
Spalding D.B Models of turbulent combustion Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 95/2
Maki-Mantila E & Oksanen A Nitric oxide formation in combustion of different gaseous fuels Tampere University of Technology, Energy and Process Engineering, Tampere, Finland, Report 105, 1995 95/18
Oksanen A & Karvinen R Combustion-generated NOx and coke in heavy residual fuel oil combustion Combustion Science and Technology 108, p345, 1995 95/17
Oksanen A & Maki-Mantila E Application of PDF in methane combustion European Mechanics Society, Statistical Properties of Turbulent Flames 95/16
Oksanen A & Maki-Mantila E Use of PDF in modelling of nitric oxide formation in methane combustion 3rd International Conference on Combustion Technologies for a Clean Environment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 3-6, 1995 95/15
Oksanen A & Maki-Mantila E Theoretical and experimental study of low-NOx gas burning 3rd European Conference on Industrial Furnaces and Boilers, Lisbon, Portugal, April 18-21, 1995 95/14
Herzau J, Kubik D, Wanninger K, Petrill E, Dene C, Facchiano T, Kosvic T, Rizk T & Hollinden J. Methodology for the selection of low NOx firing alternatives 1995 American Power Conference 95/11
Herzau J, Kubik D, Wanninger K, Petrill E, Dene C, Facchiano T, Kosvic T, Rizk T & Hollinden J. Methodology for the selection of low NOx firing alternatives Proceedings, EPRI/EPA Joint Symposium on Stationary Combustion NOx Control, 1995 95/10
Oksanen A Combustion generated NOx and coke in heavy residual fuel oil combustion. 2nd International Conference on Combustion Technologies for a Clean Environment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 19-22 1993 94/9
Oksanen A Numerical modelling of combustion processes. Helsinki University of Technology, Otaniemi, Finland, December 9, 1993. 94/8
Vanormelingen J & van den Bulck E. Optimal air flow distribution in grate fired combustion systems Proceedings, EUROTHERM seminar no. 35, Compact Fired Heating Systems, Leuven, May 26-27, 1994 94/74
Markatos NC & Kotsifaki CA. One-dimensional, two-fluid modelling of turbulent, premixed flames Applied Mathematical Modelling, vol. 18, pp 646-657, 1994 94/72
Siiskonen P, Hyoty P, Sutinen A & Karvinen R A numerical study of char bed burning rates. Proc. TAPPI 1993 Engineering Conference, pp 287-292 94/7
Fureby C, Moller S-I & Lundgren E Large eddy simulation of combustion Lund Report on Combustion Physics LRCP-13, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1994 94/66
Kravchik T & Sher E Numerical modelling os spark ignition and flame initiation in a quiescent methane-air mixture Combustion and Flame 99, pp 635-643, 1994 94/65
Parodi P, Veneri R, Spazio A, Glynn DR & Taylor K CFD analysis of the fire detection and suppression in a columbus rack. Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 4 1994 pp 181-190 94/35
Collado FJ, Montenegro HS & Choucino MA CFD simulation of in-furnace dry sorbent injection burning low sulphur content coals. Presented at the International Conference on Carbon called Carbon '94, July 1994 in Granada, Spain The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 2 1994, pp 131-142 94/2
Taskinen P Penetration of methane and propane spray as function of the time in the axisymmetric chamber. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1994, pp 124-130 94/10
Jaaskelainen K & Vuorio P Computational analysis of coal combustion in boiler furnaces. Swedish-Finish Flame Days 1943, Gothenburg, September 7-8 1993 93/7
Breen BP, Urich JA, Smith BL, Kramer ED & Spalding DB Development of a computer model for evaluation of NOx control alternatives. Internal report. In order: Energy Systems Associates, Burns & McDonnell, PSI Energy, CHAM 93/5
Hura HS & Breen BP A chemical kinetic investigation of nitric oxide reduction by natural gas reburning in pulverized coal fired boilers. Submitted to the Combustion Science & Technology Conference Jan 1993. 93/36
Bauwens L Flame sheet models for reacting flows. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 351-362 93/23
Alizadeh S & Moss JB Flowfield prediction of NO, and smoke production in aircraft engines. 81st AGARD Propulsion & Energetics Panel Symposium " Fuels & Combustion Technology for Advanced Aircraft Engines". Colleferro, Italy, May 1993. 93/10
Katayama T, Hashimoto R, Taniguchi H & Kudo K. Development of a new method for coupled heat transfer and chemical reaction simulation in tubular type steam reforming furnace. ICHMT 2nd International Forum on Expert Systems and Computer Simulation in Energy Engineering, University of Erlangen, 17-20 March 1992. 92/68
Hernandez J & Crespo A Numerical modelization of horizontal turbulent jet diffusion flames. 5th International PUC Conference, Nice. Published inThe PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Conference 1992, pre-print papers, Vol. 6, No 2 1993, pp 205-221 & Ei-Exiv 92/61
Bradley D, Lau AKC & Lawes M Flame stretch rate as a determinate of turbulent burning velocity.
92/60
Kenbar AMA, Beltagui SA & Maccallum NRL Modelling the combustion aerodynamics for a peripheral fuel-injection flame. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp 286-308, 1993. 92/35
Kravchik & Sher E A PHOENICS model of spark ignition development and flame propagation in internal combustion engine. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 2 , pp 118-143 & Bi-Bxviii, 1993. 92/30
Smith AG, Ayris JN & Beasley J The modelling of blast wave propagation using PHOENICS. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No 3, pp 325-341 & Hi-Hx, 1993. 92/28
Kjaldmann L & Jacobson T A PHOENICS based computation environment for boiler furnace simulations. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp 100-117, 1993. 92/26
Adair D, Malin MR & Younis BA Calculations of the concentration field of a turbulent methane jet. Appl. Math. Modelling 1992 vol. 16 September. Published by Butterworth-Heinemann 92/22
Karvinen R, Ahlstedt H, Oksanen A & Siiskonen P The role of numerical simulation of combustion in the design of environmentally sound combustion equipment. (Paper not available for distribution) 1991 International Symposium on Energy and Environment. August 25-28 1991. Espoo Finland 91/45
Oksanen A & Karvinen R Experimental and calculated data for combustion and emissions of heavy residual fuel oil. 2nd European Conference on Industrial Furnaces and oilers, Algarve, Portugal April 2-5 1991 91/44
Smith AG & Wu CML. Use of PHOENICS for modelling chemically reacting rocket exhausts. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, Suppl.1, pp 22-42, 1991. 91/32
Kopmels M & Smith AG. Predicting the flowfield in the annular gap between concentric rotor and stator combinations at high Reynolds numbers. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, Suppl.2, pp 163-195, 1991. 91/31
Pericleous KA. An application of the two-fluid technique to the modelling of turbulent diffusion flames. Vol. 4, Suppl.2, pp 226-244 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 91/22
Mills WH. High temperature furnace simulation with surface to surface radiation. Vol. 4, No 4, pp 389-420 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 91/21
Sibulkin M & Frendi A. Prediction of flammability limit of an unconfined premixed gas in the absence of gravity. Combustion and Flame Vol. 82, pp 334-345, 1990. 90/61
Pericleous KA & Markatos NC A two-fluid approach to the modelling of three dimensional turbulent flames. Internal report. (Pericleous) Thames Polytechnic, London. (Markatos) National Technical University, Athens, Greece 90/48
Oksanen A & Karvinen R Effect of fuel type and burner geometry on the formation of solid pollutants in heavy fuel oil combustion. 2nd Topic Oriented Technical Meeting IFRF Paris, France May 21-23 1990 90/38
Karvinen R, Siiskonen P & Hyoty P Role of combustion simulation during the operation and in the design of a modern recovery boiler. Math. Modelling of Process in Energy Systems. Sarajevo March 20-24. Published by Hemisphere Publ. Corp. 90/37
Shah P, Glynn DR & Malin MR. Use of a flame front model for numerical prediction of combustion in a spark-ignition engine. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, V 3, No 3, pp 362-391, 1990. 90/23
Weicheng F & Hui Z. A two-fluid model of turbulent combustion. University of Science and Technology of China, 1990. 90/14
Magnussen BG Pollutant formation in gas turbine combustors based on the eddy dissipation concept. NGC Projektmoete, Trondheim, 9th November 1989 (Nordic Gastechnic Center, Project Meeting) 89/71
Huotari J, Kjaldman L & Paakkinen K Staged combustion of pulverized peat in a 5 MW single burner furnace 9th Members Conference of the International Research 24 -26 May 1989 89/7
Ernola P, Hupa M, Kkaldman L & Oksanen P Detailed modelling of NOx emissions in fuel staging 9th Members Conference of the International Flame Research 24-26 May 1989 89/6
Qin HQ & Spalding DB The numerical simulation of shock initiation in solid explosives with gas inclusions. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Numerical Combustion, Juan les Pins Antibes, May 23-26 1989. Published in Lecture Notes in Physics No 351, pp 417-427. Springer-Verlag 89/52
Burke PD & Burgess J *** A coupled gas and solid flow, heat transfer and chemical reaction rate model for the ironmaking blast furnace. 1989 Ironmaking Conference Proceedings 89/45
Lamers APGG Influence of temperature dependent viscosity on laminar diffusion flames Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 138-154 1989. Published by CHAM 89/25
Kjaldman L Modelling of peat dust combustion Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 1, pp 88-137 1989. Published by CHAM 89/24
Truelove JS & Williams RG Coal combustion models for flame scaling. 22nd Symposium on Combustion - The Combustion Institute 1988, pp 155-164 88/47
Wu JZ The application of the two-fluid model of turbulence to ducted flames. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 1, No 1, pp 8-58. Published by CHAM 88/19
Hu H & Keck J *** Autoignition of adiabatically compressed combustible gas mixtures Internal report. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 87/76
Tam LT. A numerical solution algorithm for solving equilibrium and non-equilibrium chemistry in laminar and turbulent reacting flows. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 23rd Joint Propulsion Conference, June 29 - July 2 1987, San Diego, California. 87/65
Spalding DB. Computer simulation of turbulent combustion in reciprocating engines. CFDU Imperial College, London. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 87/44
Pericleous KA, Clark IW & Brais N. The modelling of thermal NOx emissions in combustion and its applications to burner design . Tempere University of Technology Finland. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 87/43
Ahlstedt H, Oksanen A & Karvinen R. Modelling of swirling flows and heavy fuel combustion. Tampere University of Technology Finland. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 87/42
Kjaldman L. Numerical simulation of dust explosions. Technical Research Centre of Finland. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 87/41
Kostamis P, Richards CW & Markatos NC. Numerical simulation of two-phase flows with chemical reaction and radiation. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 219-228, Pergamon Press, 1987. 87/26
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. A two-fluid model of turbulence applied to simulation of fires Numerical Mathematics and Applications, 1986 86/29
Murthy SNB, Warner CF, Yan J & Lafayette W. Ignition and flame stability of fuel jet through blockers in cross flow AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE 22 Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, June 16-18, 1986 86/28
Truelove JS Prediction of the near-burner flow and combustion in swirling pulverized-coal flames. 21st Symposium on Combustion - The Combustion Institute 1986, pp 275 - 284 86/27
Prakash C, Singhal AK & Shafer C. Thermofluid analysis of the SSME preburner using a gas-gas diffusion model for oxygen and hydrogen combustion at supercritical pressures. Presented at AIAA/ASME/ASEE 22nd Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1986. 86/12
Markatos NC & Cox G. A novel approach to the field modelling of fire. PHC PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 7, No 2/3,pp 125-143, 1986. 86/10
Murthy SNB, Warner CF & Winfree J. Reactive jet flows through protrusions in cross-flow . Presented at the Seventh International Symposium on Air-breathing Engines, Beijing, China, September 1985. 85/67
Kumar S, Hoffman N & Cox G *** Some validation of jasmine for fire in hospital wards. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings publication Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 159-170, 1986. 85/64
Kjaldman L & Huhtanen R. Simulation of flame acceleration in unconfined vapour cloud explosions. Technical Research Center of Finland, Research Report 357 August 1985. 85/60
Kjaldman L & Huhtanen R. *** Numerical simulation of vapour cloud and dust explosions. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 148-158, 1986. 85/48
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. A two-fluid model of turbulence applied to simulation of fires. Proceedings 11th IMACS World Congress on System Simulation and Scientific Computation, Norway, Vol. 2, pp 189-193 Elsvier, 1985. 85/21
Cox G. Simulated fires in building by computer - the state of the art. Proceedings of 10th International Association of Forensic Sciences Meeting Oxford, 1984. 84/25
Kumar S & Cox G. The application of a nuclear field model of smoke movement to the physical scaling of compartment fires. Numerical Methods in Thermal Problems, pp 837 Editors: Lewis, Johnson and Smith Pineridge Press,1984. 84/24
Cox G & Kumar S. The mathematical modelling of fire in forced ventilated enclosures. Proceedings of 18th DOE Nuclear Airborne Waste Management and Cleaning Conference, Baltimore, 1984. 84/23
Cox G. Computing fire spread. Building, September 1984, pp 53. 84/22
Cox G. Predicting fire spread in buildings by computer. The Post Magazine, March 1984, pp 710-711. 84/21
Spalding DB. The two-fluid model of turbulence applied to combustion phenomena. Proceedings of AIAA 22nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, Publication AIAA 84-0476, 1984. 84/2
Markatos NC & Kirkcaldy D. Analysis and computation of three-dimensional transient flow and combustion through granulated propellants. Int. Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 26, No 7, pp 1037-1053, 1983. 83/7
Markatos NC. Modelling of two-phase transient flow and combustion of granular propellants. Int. Journal of Multiphase Flows, 1983. 83/4
Cox G A field model of fire and its application to nuclear containment problems Proceedings of the CSNI Specialist on Interaction of Fi re and Explosion with Ventilation Systems in Nuclear Facilities, Los Alamos national Laboratory, New Mexico 83/22
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. An investigation of three-dimensional fire in enclosures. Proceedings of 21st National Heat Transfer Conference ASME/AlChE, HTD, Vol. 25, pp 115-124, 1983. 83/13
Markatos NC, Spalding DB, Tatchell DG & Mace ACH. Flow and combustion in the base-wall region of a rocket exhaust plume. Comb. Sci. and Tech, Vol. 28, pp 15-29, 1982. 82/9
Markatos NC, Malin MR, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. Analysis and computation of multi-dimensional coal combustion processes. Presented at ASME Spring Meeting, Fluids Engineering Division, June 1982 ASME Publication 82-FE-8. 82/3
Markatos NC & Kirkcaldy D. Analysis and computation of three-dimensional, transient flow and combustion through granulated propellants. Presented at ASME Spring Meeting, Fluids Engineering Division, June 1982, ASME Publication 82-FE-9 . 82/17
Spalding DB. The shadow method of particle-size calculation in two-phase combustion. Proceedings of 19th Symposium, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, 1982, pp 941-951. 82/14
Ma ASC, Spalding DB & Sun RLT. Application of ESCIMO to the turbulent hydrogen-air diffusion flame. Proceedings of 19th Symposium, The Combustion Institute, pp 393-402, 1982 . 82/13
Markatos NC & Cox G. Turbulent buoyant heat transfer in enclosures containing a fire source. Proceedings of 7th Int. Heat Transfer Conference, Hemisphere Publishing, pp 373-379, 1982 . 82/11
Mitchell RE, Sarofim AF & Clomburg LA **** Experimental and numerical investigation of confined laminar diffusion flames Published in Combustion and Flame 37, pp 227-244 1980 81/9
Markatos NC & Mukerjee T. Three dimensional computer analysis of flow and combustion in automotive internal combustion engines. Proceedings of IMACS Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Vol. XXIII No 4 pp 354-366 Elsevier, 1981. 81/3
Markatos NC, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. Computational analysis of combustion in recirculating flow for rocket exhausts in supersonic streams. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME 17th Joint Propulsion Conference, Colorado USA, 1981. 81/2