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Events of SFB 606

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Transport Pehnomena, Chemical Ractions, Technical Systems

April 10–12, 2013

at Ev. Akademie in Tutzing, Germany
Organized by: Collaborative Research Center SFB 606 Non-Stationary Combustion





The meeting begins with an informal get together in the evening of April 10th. The technical sessions and discussions will commence at 9.00 am on April 11th and the end of the meeting is planned for April 12th 3.00 pm.


Registration for participation: March 15th, 2013.


For online-registration, please use the link on the left menu of this page. The registration fee is € 350 and includes conference material, lunches, coffee-break refreshments and participation in the evening event on March 10th.



Collaborative Research Center 606
Non-Stationary Combustion:
Transport Phenomena, Chemical Reactions, Technical Systems

The Collaborative Research Center (Sonderforschungsbereich, SFB) "Non-Stationary Combustion: Transport Phenomena, Chemical Reactions, Technical Systems" has been established in 2002 by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The SFB is a research project at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (former University of Karlsruhe) including research groups from the faculties of Process Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry and Biosciences, and Civil Engineering. Adjoined to the CRC are also research groups from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Stuttgart.

  • Research topics of the SFB are phenomena linked to unsteady and transient combustion such as:
  • Chemical reactions and transport in highly transient temperature and pressure fields
  • Coupling of turbulence and chemical reactions in ignition and transient combustion
  • Interactions of chemical reactions, mass and heat transfer in transient multiphase flows
  • Combustion-driven instabilities
  • Combustion in direct injection internal combustion engines and gas turbines
  • Modeling and numerical simulation