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Thethy, B., Haghdoost, M. R., Oberleithner, K., Honnery, D. and Edgington-Mitchell, D. (). Influence of Nozzle Geometry on Detonation-Driven and Shock-Driven Transient Supersonic Jet Flow. ISABE - International Society for Air Breathing Engines 2019


Neumann, P., Motta, V. and Malzacher, L. (). Reduced order modeling for plasma aeroelastic control of airfoils in cascade: dynamic mode decomposition. IUTAM Symposium on Critical flow dynamics involving moving/deformable structures with design applications, At Santorini, Greece


2013

Cai, L., Beeckmann, J. and Pitsch, H. (2013). A consistent chemical mechanism for DME oxidation. European Combustion Meeting, Lund, Sweden


Cai, L. and Pitsch, H. (2013). Mechanism optimization based on reaction rate rules. European Combustion Meeting, Lund, Sweden


Gray, J., Moeck, J. and Paschereit, C. O. (2013). Investigations of the dynamics of a propagating flame using high-speed imaging and laser sheet tomography. International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems


Lemke, M., Reiss, J. and Sesterhenn, J. (2013). Adjoint-based analysis of thermoacoustic coupling. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2163–2166.


2014

Berndt, P. (2014). On the Use of the HLL-Scheme for the Simulation of the Multi-Species Euler Equations. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VII: Elliptic, Parabolic and Hyperbolic Problems, 809–816.


Bobusch, B. C., Berndt, P., Paschereit, C. O. and Klein, R. (2014). Shockless Explosion Combustion: An Innovative Way of Efficient Constant Volume Combustion in Gas Turbines. Combustion Science and Technology, 1680–1689.


Cai, L. and Pitsch, H. (2014). Mechanism optimization based on reaction rate rules. Combustion and Flame, 405–415.


Gray, J., Moeck, J. and Paschereit, C. O. (2014). Non-reacting investigations of a pseudo-orifice for the purpose of enhanced deflagration to detonation transition. International Conference on Pulsating and Continuous Detonations


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