UKELG 33rd meeting

United Kingdom Explosion Liaison Group

 

Modelling of Explosions and Reactive Flow

University of Birmingham, 14-15th April 2003

 

Monday 14th April

 

Brian Dobson, Uniquema

    Future Research in Alkoxylation Process Safety

 

Tim Snee, HSL, Buxton

    The influence of surfactant on thermal runaway in a vented reactor (EU AWARD Project) 

 

Joel Daou, UMIST

     Effect of heat-loss on premixed flames in presence of a flow field

 

Brian Lambourn, AWE

     An Analytic Model for the early stages of SDT in a heterogeneous explosive

 

John Dold, UMIST

     The structure and stability of premixed flames modelled using branching chemistry

 

John Lyman, Los Alamos

     Modelling Laser Induced Ignition of HMX

 

Andy McIntosh, Leeds

     Hot Spot Ignition within Reactive Material

 

Sergei Sahzin, Brighton

     Delayed thermal explosion in flammable gas containing fuel droplets

 

Malcolm Cook, Qinetiq

     Cook-off experiments and modelling

 

Tuesday 15th April

 

Stewart Cant, Cambridge

     Coupled Modelling of Gas Explosions and Structural Response

 

Jonathan Puttock, Shell Global Solutions

     Recent developments in the Shell gas-explosion models (CAM, SCOPE, EXSIM)

 

Kevin Kendall, Birmingham

     Fuel cell topic

 

Mark Short, Illinois

     Oscillatory combustion in microscale channels and burners.

 

Caroline Lowe, Cambridge

     Numerical methods for two-phase detonating flows

 

Alec Milne, Fluid Gravity

     Modelling of afterburning of TNT

 

Greg Fairlie, Century Dynamics

     Simulation of Mine Blast using Euler-Lagrange Coupling

 

Sam Falle, Leeds

     Relaxation shock structures

 

James Oliver, Nottingham

     Thin-film theories for two-phase reactive flow models of active cell motion

 

 

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