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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Flamme turbulente Turbulent combustion Modélisation de la combustion turbulente Experiment Diffusion Rayleigh Energy transfer Multi-scale analysis Spray Large eddy simu Kérosène Oxygen enrichment Atomization Flame filtering Refractive index Allumage Chimiluminescence Flow control Deconvolution Heat transfer Numerical simulation Fluid mechanics Turbulence Drops Large-eddy simulation Hydrogen Large eddy simulation Reduced chemistry Fluid dynamics Large Eddy Simu Genetic algorithm Combustion instability Combustion turbulente Simulation numérique directe Light scattering CLSMOF Interface Cavitation Jets LES Direct numerica Large Eddy Simulation Aerosol Diffusion de la lumière Instabilities Ecoulement diphasique Tabulated chemistry COMBUSTION Chimie tabulée Flameless combustion Evaporation Annular jet Fire APG boundary layer Droplets Couche limite Two-phase flows Laminar flame speed Multiphase flow Dispersion CLSVOF Chaos Combustion Simulation Mixing Anémométrie Doppler Laser ADL Soot Écoulements diphasiques Hot wire anemometry Laminar burning velocity Chemistry tabulation Simulation aux grandes échelles Diphasique Hydrogen enrichment PIV Isotropic turbulence DNS Two-phase flow Flame stability Fourier optics and signal processing Wind tunnel Granulométrie optique Simulation numérique Indice de réfraction Autoignition Atomisation Mécanique des fluides PIV particle image velocimetry Suies Chemiluminescence Deformation CO2 capture Turbulent flame Direct numerical simulation Image processing Holography Ignition Dry deposition Vortex generators Digital holography Mélange

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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