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									Towards consistent filtering for large eddy simulations using finite volume techniques

Dr J Mayers, Dr Martine Baelmans, and Dr Chris Lacor
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Dept Machanical Engineering
Celestijnenlaan 300A
3001 Heverlee

DNS and modelling of spray turbulent combustion

Dr J Reveillon and Dr L Vervisch
BP 8
76801 St Etienne du Rouvray

Coherent Structures in a Simulated Turbulent Boundary Layer

Dr Sing Hon Lo and Dr NJ Rockliff
Kingston University
Roehampton Vale
Friars Avenue
London SW15 3DW

LES of transition regimes in a channel flow over a rough, heated plate

Prof. E. Fedorovich
Institute of Hydromechanics
University of Karlsruhe
Kaiserstrasse 12
D-76128 Karlsruhe

Study of a transitional backward facing step flow with boundary layer manipulation

Prof. G. Baerwolff
TU Berlin
FB Mathematik
D -?????? Berlin
Turbulent flow through cylinder arrays calculated using a pseudo-spectral method
with d’Arcy penalisation

Prof. N K-R Kevlahan and Dr J-M Ghidaglia
Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
McAlister University
L8S 4K1

DNS of Turbulent Flame Kernels

Dr KW Jenkins and Dr RS Cant
CFD Laboratory
Cambridge University Engineering Dept.
Trumpington Street
Cambridge CB2 1PZ

Scalar subgrid model with flow structure for LES of scalar variances

Dr P Flohr and Dr JC Vassilicos
Silver Street
Cambridge CB3 9EW

LES with lattice-Boltzmann discretization in chemical engineering flows

Dr J Derksen and Dr H Van der Akker
Kramers Lab. voor Fysische Tech.
Delft University of Technology
Prins Bernhardlaan 6
2628 BW Delft
The Netherlands

A new finite element discretization method for LED: fundamental tests of PRICELES

Dr U. Bieder, Dr C Ackermann, Dr P Emonot & Prof. D Laurence
17 Rue des Martyrs
38054 Grenoble Cedex 9
Influence of inflow boundary condition for LES in ventilated enclosures

Dr JC Bennetsen
Danish Inst. of Agricultural Engineering
Dept. of Agricultural Engineering
Research Centre Bygholm
PO Box 536
DK-8700 Horsens

LES of stationary and rotating channel and duct flow

Dr J. Pallares and Prof. L. Davidson
Dept. of Thermo and Fluid Dynamics
Chalmers University of Technology
41296 Goteborg

DNS and LES of the natural convection flow and heat transfer in heated cavities

Dr A Sergent, Dr P. Joubert and Prof. P. le Quere
Univ. la Rochelle
17026 La Rochelle

LES of Rough Surface Boundary Layers

Dr S Xin
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
The University of Surrey
Guildford GU2 5XH

DNS of noise induced by a wake flow past a blunt trailing edge

Dr J-P Simoneau, Dr M Jacon and Dr C Talotte
Fromatome, Novatom
10 rue J Recamier
69456 Lyon cedex
LES of a turbulent premixed V-shaped flame

Dr M Boger and Prof. D Veynante
Laboratoire E.M2.C
Ecole Centrale Paris
92295 Chatenay Malabry Cedex

Progress on DNS of flow past a square cylinder

Prof AEP Veldman and Dr RWCP Verstappen
Dept. of Mathematics
Univ. of Groningen
PO Box 800
9700 AV Groningen
The Netherlands

LES of turbulent channel flow using commercial CFD

Dr RK Byskov, Dr CB Jacobsen and Dr T Condra
Dept. Hydraulic Development
Grundfos A/S
DK-8850 Bjerringbro

The radiated subgrid scale noise from isotopic turbulence

Dr C Seror et al.
29 ave de la Division Leclerc
92322 Chatillon cedex

Coherent structures in the wake of a cylinder of square corss section: PIV / LES

Dr N Pedersen et al.
Dept. of Energy Engineering
Fluid Mechanics Section, Blg 404
Technical University of Denmark
DK-2800 Lyngby
Investigation of two possible methods for efficient calculation of complex geometries

Dr C Moulinec, Dr M Pourquie and Prof. FTM Nieuwstadt
Delft University of Technology
JM Burgers Centre
Rotterdamseweg 145
2628 AL Delft
The Netherlands

Suppression of vortex shedding from bluff bodies with a fixed wavy separation line

Dr RM Darekar and Dr SJ Sherwin
Department of Aeronatics
London             POST CODE?

LES of the flow in an axisymmetric model dump diffuser

Dr AP Manners
CPS University of Zaragoza
Mecanica de Fluidos (LITEC)
Maria de Luna 3
50015 Zaragoza

New mixed models for LES in the velocity-pressure and velocity-vorticity
formulations: truncated Leonard expansion supplemented by a dynamic term

Prof. GS Winckelman et al.
Mechanical Engineering
Centre for Systems Eng. & Applied Mechanics
Universite Catholique de Louvain
Belgium                                                    ZIP?

DNS of a model of dilute bubbly flow

Dr SM Mitran
Institut fuer Reaktorsicherheit
Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe
76344 Germany

The influence of subgrid scale model on the mixing in the wall region of an impinging

Dr J Revstedt et al.
Division of Fluid Mechanics
Lund Institute of Technology
S-221 00 Lund

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