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CORIA is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) attached to the Institute of Engineering and Systems (INSIS) of the CNRS, the University of Rouen and the Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Rouen. It is located on the Madrillet Technopole, near Rouen, in Normandie.

The CORIA research fields cover fundamental and applied studies dedicated to reactive or non-reactive flows: multiphase flows, turbulent mixing phenomena, combustion, plasmas, etc. Physical mechanisms and processes leading to the reduction of pollutant production in reactive systems are also included within the main research activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chemiluminescence PIV particle image velocimetry Drop size distribution Alkali metal Digital holography Aerosol Chemistry reduction Flame structure RDG-FA Laminar burning velocity Genetic algorithm Numerical simulation Flamme turbulente Atomisation Scattering CLSMOF CFD Simulation numérique Atomization CO2 Mixing Hydrogen Image processing Flame filtering Tabulated chemistry Multiphase flows Soot Combustion turbulente Entrée atmosphérique Spray jet flame Annular jet Jets Cavitation Droplets Acoustics Direct numerical simulation PIV Chimie tabulée Experiment Monte Carlo Large Eddy Simulation Multiphase flow Chaos Light scattering Absorption Fluid dynamics Reduced chemistry Large eddy simulation Direct numerica Two-phase flow Drops Agrégats Large-Eddy Simulation DNS Flameless combustion Interface CLSVOF Interferometric out-of-focus imaging COMBUSTION Supersonic combustion Simulation numérique directe Nanoparticles Combustion instability Allumage LES Oxygen enrichment Adaptive Mesh Refinement CO2 capture Anémométrie Doppler Laser ADL Velocity Aérosols Suies Refractive index Unstructured grids Numerical simulations Computational fluid dynamics Turbulence Simulation aux grandes échelles Ignition Aggregates Large-eddy simulation Deconvolution Turbulent combustion modeling Diffusion de la lumière Turbulent combustion Fluid mechanics Chemistry tabulation Spray Methane Combustion APG boundary layer Aerosols Hot wire anemometry Autoignition Simulation Optical diagnostics Holography Turbulent flame Chimiluminescence Evaporation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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