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Dear PIs and Aeronautics Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to attend the Transformational Tools & Technologies (TTT) Combustion Modeling NRA Awards Year 1 Review on two consecutive Fridays, February 3 and 10, 2017, at the Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) in Cleveland, Ohio. Virtual attendance by webex is also available. On February 3, two research teams will present their Year 1 progress and one research team will conduct their NRA Kickoff presentation.
On February 10, three research teams will present their Year 1 progress.

The objective for the review is to share progress and research results in combustion modeling to benefit the broad aeronautics community. The research teams will present a summary of accomplishments in spray atomization, chemical kinetics and combustion CFD to a forum of subject matter experts, colleagues, TTT project team members, and the aeronautics community.

Please register for this review by COB Friday, January 27, whether you are attending in person or by WebEx.

Note: If you are a foreign national and wish to attend in person, you must register at least two (2) weeks in advance of the meeting (no later than Jan. 20).

Registration

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Agenda (Feb 3)

Fri., Feb. 3, 2017 – “Combustion Modeling” NRA Awards Year 1 Review
Ohio Aerospace Institute, the Presidents Room, 22800 Cedar Point Rd, Cleveland, OH 44142
Time Description
9:00 A Welcome & Introduction – Jeff Moder (TTT/RTM Combustion Lead, NASA Glenn)
9:20 A Novel Hybrid Eulerian/Lagrangian Dual Scale LES Model for predicting Atomization
in Realistic Aircraft Combustor Fuel Injectors– Marcus Herrmann (PI, Arizona State Univ)– S. Apte (co-PI, Oregon State Univ); F. Ham (co-PI, Cascade Technologies)
10:30 A Multi-Scale Turbulence-Chemistry Closure in Large-Eddy Simulation
to Account for Sensitivity to Fuel Composition and Properties– Suresh Menon (PI, Georgia Tech)
11:40 A Lunch (View Panera limited lunch menu offered See registration for more details)
12:40 P Fuel Sensitive Turbulent Combustion Models for Predicting Flame Stability and Emissions
from Aircraft Combustors– Venkat Raman (PI, U. Michigan)– M. Anand (co-PI, Rolls Royce); M. Mueller (co-PI, Princeton)
1:40 P Final Remarks – All
2:00 P Adjourn

WebEx Online Meeting Information (Feb 3)

Meeting Link: NASA WebEx Link

Meeting Number: 996 139 607

Meeting Password: 3CQvAmE*

Audio Conference: 1-844-467-6272

Passcode: 736790

Agenda (Feb 10)

Fri., Feb. 10, 2017 – “Combustion Modeling” NRA Awards Year 1 Review
Ohio Aerospace Institute, the Presidents Room, 22800 Cedar Point Rd, Cleveland, OH 44142
Time Description
9:00 A Welcome & Introduction – Jeff Moder (TTT/RTM Combustion Lead, NASA Glenn)
9:20 A Hybrid Modeling of Jet Fuel Combustion Chemistry

– Hai Wang (PI, Stanford)

10:30 A Reduced kinetic models with fuel sensitivity for turbulent combustion simulations

– Tianfeng Lu (PI, U. Connecticut)

– W. Sun (co-PI, Georgia Tech); S. Zeppieri (co-PI, UTRC)

11:40 A Lunch (View Panera limited lunch menu offered See registration for more details)
12:40 P Development of a Fidelity-Adaptive LES Combustion Model for
Predicting Fuel-Sensitivities on Combustion Stabilization and Ignition– Matthias Ihme (PI, Stanford)
1:50 P Final Remarks – All
2:10 P Adjourn

WebEx Online Meeting Information (Feb 10)

Meeting Link: NASA WebEx Link

Meeting Number: 992 231 691

Meeting Password: R32rGgP*

Audio Conference: 1-844-467-6272

Passcode: 736790