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International Bunsen Discussion Meeting, Bielefeld 2017

Program

Wednesday, June 21
Session 1: Cleaner combustion systems: Understanding needs and details
Chairs: Marcus Aldén and Nicole Labbe
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Registration
Welcome addresses by Prof. Gerhard Sagerer (Rector) and Prof. Gernot Akemann (ZiF)
Meeting opening by Prof. K. Kohse-Höinghaus
Coffee break
Howard Levinsky, Groningen, The Netherlands:
Why can’t we just burn hydrogen?
Pascale Desgroux, University of Lille, France:
About the formation of (some) pollutants in combustion processes
Henning Bockhorn, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany:
Reactivity of diesel soot particles: Why is soot not alike soot
Nils Hansen, Sandia National Labs., USA:
New tools for flame diagnostics: Microwaves and X-rays
Lunch
Session 2: Combustion applications: Impact and reduction of emissions
Chairs: Christof Schulz and Michael Burke
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Hope A. Michelsen, Sandia National Labs., USA:
Understanding combustion emissions and their impact on climate
Heinz Pitsch, RWTH Aachen University, Germany:
Autoignition chemistry and model reduction
Coffee break and Conference Photo
  1. Nancy Faßheber, P14
  2. Feng Zhang, P59
  3. Yu Song, P45
  4. Zhandong Wang, P54
  5. Isabelle Weber, P55
Franz Winter, Technical University Vienna, Austria:
Waste combustion and gasification: Implications and challenges
Free time for discussions and networking
Thursday, June 22
Session 3: Chemistry for cleaner combustion: Fuels, mechanisms, and aftertreatment
Chairs: Mara de Joannon and Kai Moshammer
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Fei Qi, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PR China:
Advanced synchrotron-based combustion diagnostics
Tiziano Faravelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy:
Modeling the lab experiments of sooting flames
Coffee break
John Mantzaras, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland:
Experiments and models for catalytic combustion
Kai Banke, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany:
Combined production of power and syngas in an internal combustion engine
Lunch
Session 4: Physics: Tools and techniques
Chairs: Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus and Gaetano Magnotti
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Mark Linne, University of Edinburgh, UK:
Diagnostics for dense sprays in support of predictive models
Tina Kasper, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany:
Diagnostics for combustion and nanoparticle formation
Kristina Eisen, University of Bremen, Germany:
Multi-quantity diagnostics for an efficient process design?
Coffee break
  1. Isabelle Graf, P20
  2. María Abián, P01
  3. Ghobad Bagheri, P03
  4. Nerijus Striūgas, P47
  5. Daniel Felsmann, P15
  6. Sebastian Kluge, P29
Free time for discussion and networking
Conference Dinner followed by guided Evening Nature Walk in "Teutoburger Wald" forest area
Friday, June 23
Session 5: Discussions
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Panel discussion on future needs

Panelists: Hai Wang, Tina Kasper, Howard Levinsky, Fei Qi
Moderators: Andreas Brockhinke
and Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus
Coffee break
Breakout discussions
Are there good fuels? Informed choices towards a future fuel portfolio.
Chairs: Fokion Egolfopoulos and Bin Yang
Reporters: Thomas Bierkandt and Lena Ruwe
Cleaning up? Research needs for emission reduction and aftertreatment.
Chairs: Nathalie Lamoureux and Joaquin Camacho
Reporters: Corina Janzer and Georgios Kelesidis
Too many reactions? Chemistry requirements for modeling real applications.
Chairs: Tiziano Faravelli and Yiguang Ju
Reporters: Luc-Sy Tran and Yuyang Li
Beyond 4D? Diagnostics targets, tools, and expectations.
Chairs: Jay Jeffries and Wolfgang Meier
Reporters: Torsten Endres and Subith Vasu
Useful combustion knowledge? Opportunities for transfer to/from other fields.
Chairs: Bill Roberts and Burak Atakan
Reporters: Yasin Karakaya and Zhen-Yu Tian
Plenary discussion

Moderated by Christof Schulz and Mara de Joannon
Meeting adjourn
Lunch

Posters

Posters
P01:
María Abián, Fausto Viteri, Ángela Millera, Rafael Bilbao, María U. Alzueta:
Role of SO2 and H2S on the formation of PAH and soot from C2H4 pyrolysis
P02:
R. Hegner, M. Werler, R. Schießl, U. Maas, B. Atakan:
Chemical energy storage with piston engines? Theory and experiment
P03:
G. Bagheri, E. Ranzi, M. Pelucchi, M. Lubrano Lavadera, P. Sabia, M. de Joannon, T. Faravelli:
Instability and oscillation in methane MILD combustion diluted with N2/CO2/H2O
P04:
P05:
Christopher Betrancourt, Fengshan Liu, Pascale Desgroux, Xavier Mercier, Alessandro Faccinetto, Maurin Salamanca, Lena Ruwe, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus, Daniel Emmrich, André Beyer, Armin Gölzhäuser, Torsten Tritscher:
Comparison of LII, HIM and 1nm-SMPS measurements of incipient soot particle sizes in flat premixed n-butane sooting and nucleation flames
P06:
Thomas Bierkandt, Patrick Hemberger, Patrick Oßwald, Markus Köhler, Tina Kasper:
Investigation of anisole combustion in laminar premixed low-pressure flames
P07:
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P09:
L. Shi, S. Görs, T. Endres, E. Akyildiz, T. Dreier, J.B. Jeffries, B. Witzel, E.V. Klapdor, C. Schulz:
Laser-absorption CO detection at 4.56 μm in the exhaust plume of a full-scale gas turbine burner
P10:
Julia Eble, Johannes Kiecherer, Matthias Olzmann:
The complexity of ignition phenomena in diethyl ether/air mixtures
P11:
P12:
Torsten Endres, Thorsten Benzler, Thomas Baranowski, Thomas Dreier, Christof Schulz:
Toluene fluorescence model for combustion-relevant environmental conditions
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P16:
A. Eremin, H. Jander, H. Böhm, S. Peukert, M. Fikri, C. Schulz:
The influence of hydrogen on the initial steps of soot formation
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P19:
J. Trabold, S.M. Walther, C. Becker, A. Johchi, B. Böhm, A. Dreizler, D. Geyer:
Flame structures of turbulent premixed methane and alcohol flames inferred from 2D OH-PLIF
P20:
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P22:
Corina Janzer, Michael Rößler, Amin Velji, Thomas Koch, Matthias Olzmann:
Modeling study of NO2 formation in the combustion of n-heptane
P23:
Jay B. Jeffries, David F. Davidson, Ronald K. Hanson:
Advances in infrared laser absorption sensing for combustion gases
P24:
P25:
Hanfeng Jin, Eike Bräuer, Julia Pieper, Lena Ruwe, Christian Hemken, Luc-Sy Tran, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus:
Chemical interaction of dual-fuel mixtures in low-temperature oxidation, comparing n-pentane/dimethyl ether and n-pentane/ethanol
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P28:
Georgios A. Kelesidis, Eirini Goudeli, Sotiris E. Pratsinis:
Soot mobility size and effective density
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P32:
Yuyang Li, Xiaoyuan Zhang, Meirong Zeng, Jiabiao Zou, Wei Li, Tianyu Li, Chuangchuang Cao, Yan Zhang, Fei Qi:
Exploration on low temperature oxidation of hydrocarbons and oxygenated hydrocarbons using SVUV-PIMS
P33:
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P35:
Václav Nevrlý, Zdeněk Zelinger, Michal Dostál, Jan Suchánek, Václav Válek, Petr Bitala, Vít Klečka, Vendula Hanusová, David Štroch, Barbora Baudišová:
Towards revised schemes of C3O2 formation in diethyl ether cool flames
P36:
Patrick Oßwald, Friederike Herrmann, Tobias Schripp, Markus Köhler:
Determination and comparison of combustion intermediates from technical alternative jet-fuels
P37:
Warumporn Pejpichestakul, Alessio Frassoldati, Tiziano Faravelli:
Detailed kinetic modeling of soot formation in lightly sooting laminar premixed ethylene flames
P38:
Julia Pieper, Steffen Schmitt, Julia Krüger, Gustavo A. Garcia, Laurent Nahon, Wolfgang Eisfeld, Andreas Brockhinke, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus:
Isomer selective combustion analysis by double-imaging fixed-photon-energy photoelectron/photoion coincidence (i2PEPICO) spectroscopy
P39:
Mona Lisa Remmers, Raimund Noske, Sadaf Shariati, Dirk Abel, Andreas Brockhinke:
Combustion instabilities: Monitoring and near-instantaneous control with electric fields
P40:
Lena Ruwe, Kai Moshammer, Nils Hansen, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus:
Influence of the fuel structure on the combustion chemistry of C5-fuels
Posters
P41:
Maurin Salamanca, Lena Ruwe, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus:
Effects of the unsaturation degree in methyl esters on the combustion process
P42:
Steffen Schmitt, Isabelle Graf, Bastian Lehrheuer, Maximilian Wick, Jakob Andert, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus:
Influence of water addition on the combustion chemistry of iso-octane investigating laminar premixed flames
P43:
Thomas Dreier, Torsten Endres, Mustapha Fikri, Simon Görs, Sebastian A. Kaiser, Philipp Niegemann, Christof Schulz, Muhammad A. Shahbaz, Syahar Shawal:
Endoscopic combustion diagnostics: Bridging the gap between application and science
P44:
N.A. Slavinskaya, M. Abbasi, J.H. Starcke, A. Mirzayeva, W. Li, J. Oreluk, A. Hegde, A. Packard, M. Frenklach, G. Gerasimov, O. Shatalov:
Development of an UQ-predictive consistent chemical reaction model
P45:
Yu Song, Oliver Herbinet, Frédérique Battin-Leclerc, Marco Lubrano Lavadera, Pino Sabia, Mara de Joannon, Tiziano Faravelli:
Temperature oscillation of methane oxidation in a jet stirred reactor
P46:
Giancarlo Sorrentino, Pino Sabia, Mara de Joannon, Pio Bozza, Raffaele Ragucci:
Sustainability of MILD combustion in a cyclonic burner. Influence of thermal power
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P50:
Bing-Yin Wang, Yue-Xi Liu, Jun-Jie Weng, Zhen-Yu Tian:
Investigation of the iso-propylbenzene oxidation with JSR
P51:
P52:
Luc-Sy Tran, Olivier Herbinet, Yuyang Li, Meirong Zeng, Frédérique Battin-Leclerc, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus, Fei Qi:
Study of the high-pressure low-temperature oxidation chemistry of n-pentane, diethyl ether, and their mixture
P53:
Owen Pryor, Samuel Barak, Erik Ninnemann, Subith Vasu:
Probing combustion and ignition inside shock tubes using multiple diagnostics
P54:
Zhandong Wang, Denisia M. Popolan-Vaida, Bingjie Chen, Kai Moshammer, Samah Mohamed, Heng Wang, Salim Sioud, Misjudeen A. Raji, Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus, Nils Hansen, Philippe Dagaut, Stephen R. Leone, S. Mani Sarathy:
Direct observation of multi-functional peroxides in gas-phase oxidation of organic compounds
P55:
Isabelle Weber, Lena Genthner, Philipp Friese, Matthias Olzmann:
Pyrolysis of furan and its methyl-substituted derivatives: A H-ARAS / TOF-MS shock-tube study
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