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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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Optical diagnostics Numerical simulations Allumage Fluid dynamics Combustion turbulente Numerical simulation Morphology RDG-FA DNS CO2 capture Multi-scale analysis Large eddy simulation Simulation numérique directe LES Jets Methane Temperature Multiphase flow Hydrogen Reduced chemistry Droplets Light scattering Computational fluid dynamics Chemiluminescence Flow control Large-Eddy simulation Simulation aux grandes échelles Genetic algorithm Mécanique des fluides Combustion Suies Chimie tabulée CFD Atomization Large Eddy Simulation Turbulence Autoignition Ignition Cavitation Flamme turbulente Simulation Spray jet flame Large-eddy simulation Drop size distribution Flameless combustion CLSVOF Optique géométrique Stratification Scattering PIV Evaporation Aerosol Experiment Mécanique des fluides numérique Flame filtering Spray Hot wire anemometry PIV particle image velocimetry Laminar burning velocity Fluid mechanics Direct numerica Refractive index Chaos Morphologie Interface Two-phase flow Drops Digital holography Diffusion de la lumière Oxygen enrichment Holography Deconvolution Simulation numérique Flame structure Turbulent combustion Direct numerical simulation Image processing Soot Large-Eddy Simulation Entrée atmosphérique Atomisation Turbulent flame Combustion instability Annular jet Multiphase flows COMBUSTION Unstructured grids Chimiluminescence Heat transfer Primary atomization Supersonic combustion Nanoparticles Tabulated chemistry Interferometric out-of-focus imaging Mixing Adaptive Mesh Refinement High-order methods Monte Carlo Suie Chemistry reduction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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