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Turbulent Reacting Flows

Dr. Yu Lv is developing predictive physical models and high-order accurate numerical methods for high-fidelity simulations of turbulent combustions, with relevance to applications of IC, jet and rocket engines. The ongoing studies include development of more efficient computational framework using the modern heterogeneous computers and high-order discontinuous finite-element schemes.

References:

Ma, P. C., Lv, Y., and Ihme, M., An entropy-stable hybrid scheme for simulations of transcritical real-fluid flows, Journal of Computational Physics, 2017, vol. 340, pp. 330-357.
Lv, Y. and Ihme, M., High-order discontinuous Galerkin method for applications to multicomponent and chemically reacting flows, Acta Mechanica Sinica, vol. 33, 2017, pp. 486-499.
Lv, Y., and Ihme, M., Computational analysis of re-ignition and re-initiation mechanisms of quenched detonation waves behind a backward facing step, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 2015, vol. 35, pp. 1963-1972.
Lv, Y., and Ihme, M., Entropy-bounded discontinuous Galerkin scheme for Euler equations, Journal of Computational Physics, 2015, vol. 295, pp. 715-739.
Lv, Y., and Ihme, M., Discontinuous Galerkin method for multicomponent chemically reacting flows and combustion, Journal of Computational Physics, 2014, vol. 270, pp. 105-137.
Wu, H., Ma, P. C., Lv, Y., and Ihme, M., MVP-workshop contribution: Modeling of Volvo bluff body flame experiment, AIAA 2017-1573, 2017.

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