Publikationen / Publications

Journal Publications

  1. Janbazi, H., Karakaya, Y., Kasper, T., Schulz, C., Wlokas, I., Peukert, S., (Accepted 2019) Development and Evaluation of a Chemical Kinetics Reaction Mechanism for Tetramethylsilane-Doped Flames, Chem. Eng. Sci. LINK
  2. Unterberger, A., Kempf, A. M., Mohri, K., 3D Evolutionary Reconstruction of Scalar Fields in the Gas-Phase, Energies 12:11 (2019). LINK
  3. Bertels, A., Kober, B., Rittler, A., Kempf, A. M., (accepted 2018) Large-Eddy Simulation of Sandia Flame D with Efficient Explicit Filtering, Flow Turb. Comb.
  4. Rabacal, M., Costa, M., Vascellari, M., Hasse, C., Rieth, M., Kempf, A. M., (accepted 2018) A Large Eddy Simulation study on the effect of devolatilization modelling and char combustion mode modelling on the structure of a large-scale, biomass and coal co-fired flame, Journal of Combustion.
  5. Rieth, M., Chen, J.-Y., Menon, S., Kempf, A.M., (accepted 2018) A Hybrid Flamelet Finite-Rate Chemistry Approach for Efficient LES with a Transported FDF, Combust. Flame.
  6. Tufano, G., Stein, O. T., Wang, B., Kronenburg, A., Rieth, M., Kempf, A. M., (accepted 2018) Coal particle volatile combustion and flame interaction. Part II: Effects of particle Reynolds number and turbulence, Fuel.
  7. J. T. Lipkowicz, I. Wlokas, A. M. Kempf, Analysis of mild ignition in a shock tube using a highly resolved 3D-LES and high-order shock-capturing schemes, Shock Waves (2018) 1-11. LINK

  8. L. Cifuentes, C. Dopazo, S. Anurag, N. Chakraborty, A. M. Kempf, Analysis of Flame Curvature Evolution in a Turbulent Premixed Bluff Body Burner, Phys. Fluids 30:9 (2018) 095101.

  9. L. Cifuentes, A. M. Kempf, C. Dopazo, Local entrainment velocity in a premixed turbulent annular jet flame, Proc. Comb. Inst. (2018).

  10. Chrystie, R.S.M., Janbazi, H., Dreier, T., Wiggers, H., Wlokas, I., Schulz, C., Comparative study of flame-based SiO2 nanoparticle synthesis from TMS and HMDSO: SiO-LIF concentration measurement and detailed simulation, Proc. Comb. Inst. (2018). LINK
  11. Grauer, S. J., Unterbeger, A., Rittler, A., Daun, K. J., Kempf, A. M., Mohri, K., Instantaneous 3D Flame Imaging by Background-Oriented Schlieren Tomography, Combust. Flame 196 (2018) 284–299..
  12. Rieth, M., Rabacal, M., Kempf, A. M., Kronenburg, A., Stein, O. T., Carrier-phase DNS of biomass particle ignition and volatile burning in a turbulent mixing layer, Chem Eng Trans. 65 (2018) 37–42. LINK
  13. Rieth, M., Kempf, A. M., Stein, O. T., Kronenburg, A., Hasse, C., Vascellari, M., Evaluation of a flamelet/ progress variable approach for pulverized coal combustion in a turbulent mixing layer, Proc. Combust. Inst. (accepted 2018).
  14. Gruhlke, P.,  Mahiques, E. I., Dederichs, S., Proch, F., Beck, C., Kempf, A. M., Prediction of CO and NOx Pollutants In A Stratified Bluff Body Burner, J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 140:10 (2018) 101502–101502-9
  15. Janbazi, H., Hasemann, O., Schulz, C., Kempf, A. M., Wlokas, I., Peukert., S., Response surface and group additivity methodology for estimation of thermodynamic properties of organosilanes,  Int. J. Chem. Kinet. (2018) 1–10.
  16. Tufano, G., Stein, O. T., Wang, B., Kronenburg, A., Rieth, M., Kempf, A. M., Coal particle volatile combustion and flame interaction. Part I: Characterization of transient and group effects, Fuel 229 (2018) 262-269.
  17. Wollny, P., Rogg, B., Kempf, A. M., Modelling Heat Loss Effects in High Temperature Oxy-Fuel Flames with an Efficient and Robust Non-Premixed Flamelet Approach, Fuel 216 (2018) 44-52.
  18. Rieth, M., Kempf, A. M., Kronenburg, A., Stein, O. T., Carrier-phase DNS of pulverized coal particle ignition and volatile burning in a turbulent mixing layer, Fuel 212 (2018) 364-374.
  19. Mohri, K., Göers, S., Schöler, J., Rittler, A., Dreier, T., Schulz C., Kempf, A. M., Instantaneous 3D imaging of highly turbulent flames using computed tomography of chemiluminescence, Appl Opt.  56:26 (2017) 7385-7395.
  20. Nguyen T., Kempf, A. M., Investigation of Numerical Effects on the Flow and Combustion in LES of ICE, OGST - Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles 72:4 (2017) 1–15.
  21. Pesmazoglou, I., Kempf, A. M., Navarro-Martinez, S., Large Eddy Simulation of Particle Aggregation in Turbulent Jets, J. Aerosol Sci. 111 (2017) 1–17.
  22. Rieth, M., Proch, F., Clements,  A. G., Rabacal, M., Kempf, A. M., Highly resolved flamelet LES of a semi-industrial scale coal furnace, Proc. Combust. Inst. 36:3 (2017) 3371–3379.
  23. Rieth, M., Clements, A. G., Rabacal, M., Proch, F., Stein, O. T., Kempf, A. M., Flamelet LES modeling of coal combustion with detailed devolatilization by directly coupled CPD, Proc. Combust. Inst. 36:2 (2017) 2181–2189
  24. Proch, F., Domingo, P., Vervisch, L., Kempf, A. M., Flame resolved simulation of a turbulent premixed bluff-body burner experiment. Part II: A-priori and a-posteriori investigation of sub-grid scale wrinkling closures in the context of artificially thickened flame modeling, Combust. Flame 180 (2017) 340–350. PDF
  25. Proch, F., Domingo, P., Vervisch, L., Kempf, A. M., Flame resolved simulation of a turbulent premixed bluff-body burner experiment. Part I: Analysis of the reaction zone dynamics with tabulated chemistry, Combust. Flame 180 (2017) 321–339. PDF
  26. Feroughi, O. M., Deng, L., Kluge, S., Dreier, T., Wiggers, H., Wlokas, I., Schulz, C., Experimental and numerical study of a HMDSO-seeded premixed laminar low-pressure flame for SiO 2 nanoparticle synthesis, Proc. Combust. Inst. 36:1 (2017) 1045–1053.
  27. Vascellari, M., Tufano, G., Stein, O. T., Kronenburg, A., Kempf, A. M., Scholtissek, A., Hasse, C., A flamelet/progress variable approach for modeling coal particle ignition, Fuel, 201 (2017) 29–38.
  28. Tirunagari, R. R., Pettit, M. W., Kempf, A. M., Pope, S. B.,  A simple approach for specifying velocity inflow boundary conditions in simulations of turbulent opposed-jet flows, Flow Turbul. Combust. 98:1 (2017) 131–153.
  29. Janas, P., Wlokas, I., Böhm, B., Kempf, A. M., On the Evolution of the Flow Field in a Spark Ignition Engine, Flow Turbul. Combust. 98:1 (2017) 237–264.
  30. Rittler, A., Deng, L., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A. M., Large eddy simulations of nanoparticle synthesis from flame spray pyrolysis, Proc. Combust. Inst. 36:1 (2017) 1077–1087.
  31. Rieth, M., Proch, F., Clements,  A. G., Rabacal, M., Kempf, A. M., Highly resolved flamelet LES of a semi-industrial scale coal furnace, Proc. Combust. Inst. 36:3 (2017) 3371–3379.
  32. Sellmann, J., Lai, J., Kempf, A. M., Chakraborty, N., Flame surface density based modelling of head-on quenching of turbulent premixed flames, Proc. Combust. Inst. 36:2 (2017) 1817–1825.
  33. Inanc, E., Nguyen, T., Kaiser, S., Kempf, A. M., High-resolution LES of a starting jet, Computers & Fluids 140 (2016) 435–449. PDF
  34. Tufano, G., Stein, O. T., Kronenburg, A., Frassoldati, A., Faravelli, T., Deng, L., Kempf, A. M., Vascellari, M., Hasse, C., Resolved flow simulation of pulverized coal particle devolatilization and ignition in air-and O2/CO2-atmospheres, Fuel 186 (2016) 285–292.
  35. Rieth, M., Proch, Rabacal, M., Franchetti, B. M., Marincola,  F. C., Kempf, A. M., Flamelet LES of a semi-industrial pulverized coal furnace, Combust. Flame 173 (2016) 39-56.
  36. Franchetti, B. M., Marincola, F. C., Navarro-Martinez,  S., Kempf, A. M., Large Eddy Simulation of a 100kW th swirling oxy-coal furnace, Fuel 181 (2016) 491–502.
  37. Pieper, C., Oschmann, T., Markauskas, D., Kempf, A. M., Fischer, A., Kruggel‐Emden, H., Numerical Investigation of Third‐Body Behavior in Dry and Wet Environments under Plane Shearing, Chem. Eng. Technol. 39:8 (2016) 1497–1508.
  38. Pesmazoglou, I., Kempf, A. M., Navarro-Martinez, S., Stochastic modelling of particle aggregation, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 80 (2016) 118–130.
  39. Nguyen, T. M., Proch, F., Wlokas,  I., Kempf, A. M., Large Eddy Simulation of an Internal Combustion Engine Using an Efficient Immersed Boundary Technique, Flow Turbul. Combust. 97:1 (2016) 191-230.
  40. Fiorina, B., Mercier,  R., Kuenne, G., Ketelheun,  A., Avdić,  A., Janicka, J., Geyer,  D., Dreizler, A.,  Alenius, E., Duwig, C., Trisjono, P., Kleinheinz,  K., Kang, S., Pitsch, H., Proch, F., Marincola, F., Kempf, A. M., Challenging modeling strategies for LES of non-adiabatic turbulent stratified combustion, Combust. Flame 162:11 (2015) 4264–4282.
  41. Sikalo, N., Hasemann,  O., Schulz, C., Kempf, A. M., Wlokas, I., A Genetic Algorithm–Based Method for the Optimization of Reduced Kinetics Mechanisms, Int. J. Chem. Kinet., 47:11 (2015) 695–723.
  42. Butz, D., Gao, Y., Kempf, A. M., Chakraborty, N., Large eddy simulations of a turbulent premixed swirl flame using an algebraic scalar dissipation rate closure, Combust. Flame 162:9 (2015) 3180-3196.
  43. Wang, J., Song, Y., Li,  Z. H., Kempf, A. M., He, A. Z., Multi-directional 3D flame chemiluminescence tomography based on lens imaging, Optics letters, 40:7 (2015) 1231–1234.
  44. Deng, L., Kempf, A. M., Hasemann, O., Korobeinichev, O. P., Wlokas, I., Investigation of the sampling nozzle effect on laminar flat flames, Combust. Flame 162:5 (2015) 1737–1747.
  45. Feroughi, O. M., Hardt, S.,  Wlokas,  I., Hülser,  T., Wiggers, H., Dreier, T., Schulz, C., Laser-based in situ measurement and simulation of gas-phase temperature and iron atom concentration in a pilot-plant nanoparticle synthesis reactor, Proc. Combust. Inst. 35:2 (2015) 2299–2306.
  46. Weise, C., Menser, J., Kaiser, S., Kempf, A. M., Wlokas , I., Numerical investigation of the process steps in a spray flame reactor for nanoparticle synthesis, Proc. Combust. Inst. 35:2 (2015) 2259–2266.
  47. Proch, F., Kempf, A. M., Modeling heat loss effects in the large eddy simulation of a model gas turbine combustor with premixed flamelet generated manifolds, Proc. Combust. Inst. 35:3 (2015) 3337–3345. PDF
  48. Rabacal, M., Franchetti, B. M., Marincola, F. C., Proch,  F., Costa,  M., Hasse, C., Kempf, A. M., Large eddy simulation of coal combustion in a large-scale laboratory furnace, Proc. Combust. Inst. 35:3 (2015) 3609–3617.
  49. Poliak, M., Fomin,  A., Tsionsky,  V., Cheskis,  S., Wlokas,  I., Rahinov, I., On the mechanism of nanoparticle formation in a flame doped by iron pentacarbonyl, PCCP 17:1 (2015) 680–685.
  50. Rittler, A., Proch,  F., Kempf, A. M., LES of the Sydney piloted spray flame series with the PFGM/ATF approach and different sub-filter models, Combust. Flame 162:4 (2015) 1575-1598.
  51. Wlokas, I., Wiggers,  H., Schulz,  C., (2014) .Detailed studies of precursor chemistry and particle growth in the flame synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles. in Zel'dovich Memorial - Accomplishments in Combustion Science in the Last Decade, A. A. Birosv, and S. M. Frolov, eds., pp. 26-35. ISBN: 978-5-94588-156-3.
  52. Rabacal, M., Costa,  M., Vascellarib, M., Hasseb, C., Kinetic Modelling of Sawdust and Beech Wood Pyrolysis in Drop Tube Reactors Using Advanced Predictive Models, Chem Eng Trans. 37 (2014) 79–84
  53. Ma, T., Gao, Y., Kempf, A. M., Chakraborty, N., Validation and implementation of algebraic LES modelling of scalar dissipation rate for reaction rate closure in turbulent premixed combustion, Combust. Flame 161:12 (2014) 3134–3153.PDF Link
  54. Pesmazoglou, I., Kempf, A. M., Navarro-Martinez, S., Aerosol nucleation in a turbulent jet using Large Eddy Simulations, Chem. Eng. Sci. 116 (2014) 383–397.
  55. Rieth, M., Proch, F., Stein, O. T., Pettit, M. W. A., Kempf, A. M., Comparison of the Sigma and Smagorinsky LES models for grid generated turbulence and a channel flow, Computers & Fluids, 99 (2014) 172–181. Link.
  56. Proch, F., Kempf, A. M., Numerical analysis of the Cambridge stratified flame series using artificial thickened flame LES with tabulated premixed flame chemistry, Combust. Flame 161:10 (2014) 2627–2646. PDF Link
  57. Nguyen, T., Janas,  P., Lucchini, T., D'Errico,  G., Kaiser,  S., Kempf, A. M., LES of flow processes in an SI engine using two approaches: Openfoam and PsiPhi, SAE Technical Paper (2014) 1–14.
  58. Sikalo, N., Hasemann,  O., Schulz,  C., Kempf, A. M., Wlokas,  I., A Genetic Algorithm‐Based Method for the Automatic Reduction of Reaction Mechanisms, Int. J. Chem. Kinet. 46:1  (2014) 41–59.
  59. Pesmazoglou, I., Kempf, A. M., Navarro-Martinez, S., A dynamic model for the Lagrangian stochastic dispersion coefficient, Phys. Fluids (1994-present), 25:12 (2013) 125108. PDF Link
  60. Ma, T.,  Stein, O. T., Chakraborty, N., Kempf, A. M., A posteriori testing of the flame surface density transport equation for LES, Combust. Theor. Model. 18:1 (2014) 32–64.
  61. Weise, C., Faccinetto, A., Kluge,  S., Kasper, T., Wiggers, H., Schulz,  C., Kempf, A. M., Buoyancy induced limits for nanoparticle synthesis experiments in horizontal premixed low-pressure flat-flame reactors, Combust. Theor. Model. 17:3 (2013) 504–521.
  62. Ma, T.,  Stein, O. T., Chakraborty, N., Kempf, A. M., A posteriori testing of algebraic flame surface density models for LES, Combust. Theor. Model. 17:3 (2013) 431–482.
  63. Wlokas, I., Faccinetto, A., Tribalet, B., Schulz, C.,Kempf, A. M., Mechanism of Iron Oxide Formation from Iron Pentacarbonyl‐Doped Low‐Pressure Hydrogen/Oxygen Flames, Int. J. Chem. Kinet. 45:8 (2013) 487–498.
  64. Rabhiou, A., Kempf, A. M., Heyes, A., Oxidation of divalent rare earth phosphors for thermal history sensing, Sens. Actuators Chemical, 177 (2013) 124–130.
  65. Marincola, F. C., Ma, T., Kempf, A. M., Large eddy simulations of the Darmstadt turbulent stratified flame series, Proc. Combust. Inst. 34:1 (2013) 1307–1315.
  66. Franchetti, B. M., Marincola, F. C., Navarro-Martinez, S., Kempf, A. M., Large eddy simulation of a pulverised coal jet flame, Proc. Combust. Inst. 34:2 (2013) 2419–2426.
  67. Stein, O. T., Olenik, G., Kronenburg,  A., Marincola, F. C., Franchetti, B. M., Kempf, A. M., Ghiani, M., Vascellari, M., Hasse, C., Towards comprehensive coal combustion modelling for LES, Flow Turbul. Combust. 90:4 (2013) 859–884.
  68. Fond, B., Abram, C., Heyes, A. L., Kempf, A. M., Beyrau, F.,  Simultaneous temperature, mixture fraction and velocity imaging in turbulent flows using thermographic phosphor tracer particles. Optics express, 20:20 (2012) 22118–22133.
  69. Olbricht, C., Stein, O. T., Janicka,  J., van Oijen, J. A., Wysocki, S., Kempf, A. M., LES of lifted flames in a gas turbine model combustor using top-hat filtered PFGM chemistry, Fuel, 96  (2012) 100–107.
  70. Kempf, A. M., Wysocki, S., Pettit., M., An efficient, parallel low-storage implementation of Klein’s turbulence generator for LES and DNS, Comput. Fluids 60 (2012) 58–60.
  71. Hecht, C., Van der Schoot, N., Kronemayer, H., Wlokas, I., Lindken, R., Schulz, C., Visualization of the gas flow in fuel cell bipolar plates using molecular flow seeding and micro-particle image velocimetry, Exp. Fluids 52:3 (2012) 743–748.
  72. Kempf, A. M., Wysocki, S., Pettit, M., An efficient, parallel low-storage implementation of Klein’s turbulence generator for LES and DNS, Comput. Fluids 60 (2012) 58–60.
  73. Kempf, A. M., Geurts, B. J., Oefelein, J., Error Analysis of Large-Eddy Simulation of the Turbulent Non-premixed Sydney Bluff-Body Flame, Combust. Flame 158 (2011) 2408–2419.
  74. Stein, O. T., Kempf, A. M., Ma, T., Olbricht, C., Duncan, A., Lewis, G. D., Large Eddy Simulation of non-reacting gas flow in a 40 MW pulverised coal combustor, Prog. Comput. Fluid Dyn. 11:6 (2011) 397–402.
  75. Rabhiou, A., Feist,  J., Kempf, A. M., Skinner, S., Heyes,  A., Phosphorescent thermal history sensors, Sens. Actuators, A 169:1 (2011) 18–26.
  76. Pettit, M. W. A., Coriton,  B., Gomez,  A., Kempf, A. M., Large-eddy simulation and experiments on non-premixed highly turbulent opposed jet flows, Proc. Combust. Inst. 33:1 (2011) 1391–1399.
  77. Floyd, J., Geipel, P., Kempf, A. M., Computed tomography of chemiluminescence (CTC): instantaneous 3D measurements and phantom studies of a turbulent opposed jet flame, Combust. Flame 158:2 (2011) 376-391.
  78. Stein, O. T., Böhm, B., Dreizler,  A., Kempf, A. M., Highly-resolved LES and PIV analysis of isothermal turbulent opposed jets for combustion applications, Flow Turbul. Combust. 87:2-3 (2011) 425–447.
  79. Yang, H., Greszik, D., Wlokas, I., Dreier, T., Schulz,  C., Tunable diode laser absorption sensor for the simultaneous measurement of water film thickness, liquid-and vapor-phase temperature, Appl. Phys. B 104:1 (2011) 21–27.
  80. Kempf, A. M., Geurts, B. J., Ma, T., Pettit, M. W. A., Stein, O. T. , Quality issues in combustion LES, J Sci Comput. 49:1 (2011) 51–64.
  81. Floyd, J., Kempf, A. M., Computed tomography of chemiluminescence (CTC): high resolution and instantaneous 3-D measurements of a matrix burner, Proc. Combus. Inst. 33:1 (2011) 751–758.
  82. Böhm, B., Stein, O. T., Kempf, A. M., Dreizler, A., In-nozzle measurements of a turbulent opposed jet using PIV, Flow Turbul. Combust. 85:1 (2010) 73–93.
  83. Floyd, J., Kempf, A. M., Kronenburg, A., Ram., R. H., A simple model for the filtered density function for passive scalar combustion LES, Combust. Theor. Model. 13:4 (2009) 559–588.
  84. Staude, S., Hecht,  C., Wlokas,  I., Schulz,  C., Atakan, B., Experimental and numerical investigation of Fe (CO) 5 addition to a laminar premixed hydrogen/oxygen/argon flame, Z. Phys. Chem. 223:4-5 (2009) 639–649.
  85. Kempf, A. M., Malalasekera, W., Ranga-Dinesh, K. K. J., Stein, O. T., Large eddy simulations of swirling non-premixed flames with flamelet models: a comparison of numerical methods, Flow Turbul. Combust. 81:4 (2008) 523–561.
  86. Kempf, A. M., LES validation from experiments, Flow Turbul. Combust. 80:3 (2008) 351–373.
  87. Stein, O. T., Kempf, A. M., LES of the Sydney swirl flame series: A study of vortex breakdown in isothermal and reacting flows, Proc. Combust. Inst. 31:2 (2007) 1755–1763.
  88. Stein, O. T., Kempf, A. M., Janicka, J., LES of the Sydney swirl flame series: an initial investigation of the fluid dynamics, Combust. Sci. Tech. 179:1-2 (2007) 173–189.
  89. Finck, M., Hänel, D., Wlokas, I., Simulation of nasal flow by lattice Boltzmann methods, Comput. Biol. Med. 37:6 (2007) 739–749.
  90. Kempf, A. M., Lindstedt,  R. P., Janicka, J., Large-eddy simulation of a bluff-body stabilized nonpremixed flame, Combust. Flame 144:1 (2006) 170-189.
  91. Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Unsteady methods (URANS and LES) for simulation of combustion systems, Int. J. Therm. Sci. 45:8 760–773.
  92. Hänel, D., Lantermann, U., Kaiser, R., Wlokas., I., Generalized lattice‐BGK concept for thermal and chemically reacting flows at low Mach numbers, Int. J. Numer. Methods Fluids 51:4 (2006) 351–369.
  93. Dusing, M., Kempf, A. M., Flemming, F., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Combustion LES for premixed and diffusion flames, Prog. Comput. Fluid Dyn. 5:7 (2005) 363–374.
  94. Kempf, A. M., Flemming,  F., Janicka, J., Investigation of lengthscales, scalar dissipation, and flame orientation in a piloted diffusion flame by LES, Proc. Combust. Inst. 30:1 (2005) 557–565.
  95. Geyer, D., Kempf, A. M., Dreizler, A., Janicka, J., Scalar dissipation rates in isothermal and reactive turbulent opposed-jets: 1-D-Raman/Rayleigh experiments supported by LES, Proc. Combust. Inst. 30:1 (2005) 681–689.
  96. Geyer, D., Kempf, A. M., Dreizler, A., Janicka, J., Turbulent opposed-jet flames: a critical benchmark experiment for combustion LES, Combust. Flame 143:4 (2005) 524–548.
  97. Renfro, M. W., Chaturvedy, A., King, G. B., Laurendeau, N. M., Kempf, A. M., Dreizler A., Janicka, J., Comparison of OH time-series measurements and large-eddy simulations in hydrogen jet flames, Combust. Flame 139:1 (2004) 142–151.
  98. Wegner, B., Kempf, A. M., Schneider, C., Sadiki, A., Schafer,  M., Large eddy simulation of combustion processes under gas turbine conditions, Prog. Comput. Fluid Dyn. 4:3-5 (2004) 257–263.
  99. Kempf, A. M., Klein, M., Janicka, J., Efficient generation of initial-and inflow-conditions for transient turbulent flows in arbitrary geometries, Flow Turbul. Combust. 74:1 (2005) 67–84.
  100. Kempf, A. M., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Prediction of finite chemistry effects using large eddy simulation, Proc. Combust. Inst. 29:2 (2002) 1979–1985.
  101. Teschauer, I., Schäfer, M., Kempf, A. M., Numerical simulation of flow induced by a cylinder orbiting in a large vessel, J. Fluid Struct. 16:4 (2002) 435–451.
  102. Kempf, A. M., Forkel, H., Chen, J. Y., Sadiki, A., Janicka,  J., Large-eddy simulation of a counterflow configuration with and without combustion, Proc. Combust. Inst. 28:1 (2000) 35–40.

Conference contributions

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  1. K. Mohri, J. Verbeke, A. littler and A. Kempf, Using out-of-plane views to improve the reconstruction quality of a turbulent flame’s instantaneous 3D shape. Accepted for poster presentation at the 28th Deutscher Flammentag (2017)
  2. J. Sellmann, S. Kluge, A. Fomin, S. Cheskis, A. Pilipody, P. Fjodorow, H. Wiggers, C. Schulz, I. Rahinov ,A. Kempf, I. Wlokas, Numerical and Experimental Investigation of the Buoyancy Effect on Iron-Oxide Nanoparticle Formation in a Down-Firing Flat Flame Reactor, presentation at the European Aerosol Conference, 2017, Zurich Swiss

  3. J. Sellmann, I. Rahinov, S. Kluge,  A. Fomin, S. Cheskis, C. Schulz, H. Wiggers, A. Kempf, I. Wlokas, Direct numerical simulation of iron oxide nanoparticle forming laminar flames: buoyancy and probe effects, presentation at the International Seminar on Flame Structure, 2017, Novosibirsk Russia.

  4. J. Verbeke, A. Rittler, S. Görs, C. Schulz, A. Kempf and K. Mohri. Computed Tomography of Chemiluminescence (CTC): Effect of out-of-plane views on the quality of three-dimensional reconstruction of a turbulent swirl flame. Poster presentation at the 8th European Combustion Meeting, Dubrovnik Croatia (2017)

  5. E. Inanc, F. Proch, A. M. Kempf, Studying Transient Jet Flames by High-Resolution LES using Premixed Flamelet Chemistry, accepted for presentation at the DLES 11 (2017).
  6. E. Inanc, A. M. Kempf, Investigation of Non-premixed piloted methane Flames by LES with Flamelet Generated Manifolds, submitted for presentation at the Tenth Mediterranean Combustion Symposium (2017).
  7. Wollny, P., Strappaveccia, F., Kempf, A., Ghedini, E., Wlokas, I., Multiscale Simulation of Gas-Phase Nanoparticle Formation and Dynamics in a Hot Wall Reactor applying the NanoDome Platform, submitted to the European Aerosol Conference, Zürich Switzerland (2017)
  8. Gruhlke, P., Mahiques, E. I., Dederichs, S., Proch, F., Beck, C., Kempf, A. M., Prediction of CO and NOx Pollutants In A Stratified Bluff Body Burner, GT2017-63203, ASME Turbo Expo, Charlotte, USA (2017).
  9. M. Rieth, J.-Y. Chen, S. Menon, A.M. Kempf, LES-FDF with hybrid finite rate and flamelet chemistry modeling, Poster Presentation at the 10th US National Combustion Meeting, University of Maryland, USA (2017).
  10. M. Rieth, R. Ranjan, S. Menon, A.M. Kempf, On the comparison of finite-rate kinetics and flamelet based subgrid models for LES of turbulent premixed flame, Presentation at the 10th US National Combustion Meeting, University of Maryland, USA (2017).
  11. M. Rieth, S. Menon, J.-Y. Chen, F. Proch, A.M. Kempf, LES-FDF with Hybrid Finite Rate and Flamelet Chemistry Modeling of a Piloted Turbulent Flame with Inhomogeneous Inlets, Presentation at the 16th International Conference on Numerical Combustion, Orlando, USA (2017).
  12. Lipkowicz, T., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A. M., Simulations and measurements of shock boundary layer interactions in shock tube experiments, European Combustion Meeting 2017
  13. Janbazi, H., Hasemann, O., Rahinov, I., Kempf, A., Wlokas, I.,  Optimization of Detailed and Skeletal Reaction Mechanisms for Iron Pentacarbonyl Doped Flames, poster presentation at the 8th European Combustion Meeting, 2017, Dubrovnik Croatia
  14. Gruhlke, P., Mahiques, E. I., Dederichs, S., Beck, C., Kempf, A. M., Investigation of CO and NOx formation in a jet flame, poster presentation at the 8th European Combustion Meeting, Dubrovnik, Croatia (2017).
  15. D. Brands, H. Gollan,O. Hasemann, HPC an der UDE und Erfahrungen mit der magnitUDE, ZKI-AK-Supercomputing, März 2017, Duisburg, Germany
  16. K. Mohri, S. Görs, J. Schöler, T. Dreier, C. Schulz and A. Kempf. Tomographic reconstruction of the highly turbulent TECFLAM and unsteady Bunsen flames’ 3D instantaneous chemiluminescence field. Poster presentation at the 36th International Symposium on Combustion (2016).
  17. M. Rieth, F. Proch, A.G. Clements, M. Rabacal, A.M. Kempf, Highly resolved flamelet LES of a semi-industrial scale coal furnace, Presentation at the 36th International Symposium on Combustion, Seoul, Korea (2016).
  18. M. Rieth, A.G. Clements, M. Rabacal, F. Proch, A.M. Kempf, Flamelet LES modeling of coal combustion with detailed devolatilization by directly coupled CPD, Presentation at the 36th International Symposium on Combustion, Seoul, Korea (2016).
  19. Janbazi, H., Hasemann, O., Kempf, A., Wlokas, I., Reduction and optimization of reaction mechanisms for gas phase synthesis of nanoparticles, SMARTCATs CM1404 Training School, 2016, Budapest, Hungary
  20. Janbazi, H., Hasemann, O., Kempf, A., Wlokas, I., Reduction and optimization of reaction mechanisms for gas phase synthesis of nanoparticles, poster presentation at the COST Action CM 1404, 2016, Lisbon, Portugal
  21. Thuong Nguyen, Olaf Hasemann, Tom Fogal, Raphael Münster, Andreas Kempf, Jens Krüger, Stefan Turek, VIN tunnel: A virtual, interactive numerical wind-tunnel with GPU acceleration, real time visualization and real time interaction,GAMM 2016, Braunschweig, Germany
  22. M. Rieth, M. Rabaçal, A.M. Kempf, F. Proch, A. Clements, C. Hasse, O.T. Stein, M. Costa, M. Vascellari, B.M. Franchetti, F. Cavallo Marincola, Large eddy simulation of pulverized coal and biomass combustion, Presentation at the SuperMUC Status and Results Workshop, Garching, Germany (2016).
  23. Wollny, P., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A.,Development of a modeling framework for the gas-phase synthesis of nanomaterials, poster presentation at the Materials Chain Conference, Bochum Germany (2016) 
  24. Wollny, P., Sellmann, J., Orthner, H., Wiggers, H., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A., Detailed simulations of transport and nanoparticle formation in a hot-wall reactor, oral presentation at the 2016 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston USA, 2016
  25. Sellmann, J., Münzer, A., Schulz, C., Wiggers, H., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A., Numerical investigation of silicion-carbon nanoparticle synthesis in a plasma reactor, presentation at the MRS fall meeting, 2016, Boston, USA.
  26. K. Mohri, A. Kempf. Computed tomography of chemiluminescence in asymmetric unsteady premixed flames. Poster presentation at the 27th Deutscher Flammentag, VDI-Berichte Nr. 2267 (2015) 729-734
  27. Rabaçal, M., Costa, M., Kempf, A.M., Large eddy simulation of large-scale pulverised coal and biomass co-firing, abstract submitted to the 10th European conference on industrial furnaces and boilers (INFUB-10), April 2015, Porto, Portugal.
  28. Sellmann, J., Lai, J., Kempf A. M., Chakraborty, N., Statistical behaviour of Flame Surface Density transported in head on quenching of turbulent premixed flames: A Direct Numerical Simulation Analysis. In: Clean Air 2015. 2015, IST, Lisabon, Portugal.
  29. Wollny, P., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A., Modellierung einer nicht-vorgemischten Sauerstoff-Methan-Flamme im semi-industriellen Maßstab, oral presentation at Deutscher Flammentag, Clausthal-Zellerfeld (2015)
  30. Wollny, P., Rogg, B., Kempf, A., Modeling Heat Loss Effects in Oxy Fuel Flames with a Multidimensional Non-Premixed Flamelet Approach, poster presentation at the 7th European Combustion Meeting, Budapest Hungary (2015).
  31. K. Mohri and A. Kempf. Computed tomography of chemiluminescence for 3D reconstructions of quasi-steady premixed flames. Talk and poster presentation at the Combustion Institute (British section) meeting, Imperial College London (2014)
  32. Deng,  L., Kempf, A., Hasemann, O. Korobeinichev, O. P., Wlokas, I., Investigation of the sampling nozzle effect on laminar flat flames, submitted to Combustion and Flame (2014).
  33. Rabaçal, M., Costa, M., Kempf, A.M., Particle history from massively parallel large eddy simulation of coal combustion in a large-scale laboratory furnace, accepted for oral presentation at the MEFTE 2004 - V National conference on fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and energy, September 2014, Porto, Portugal.
  34. Rittler, A., Weise, C., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A. M., Large eddy simulation of TiO2 nanoparticle synthesis in a spray flame reactor, accepted for oral presentation at the Aerosol Technology (2014), Karlsruhe.
  35. Weise, C., Wlokas, I., Optimization of the setup and operating conditions of nanoparticle synthesis reactors by simulation, accepted for oral presentation at the Aerosol Technology (2014), Karlsruhe.
  36. Fogal, T., Proch, F., Schiewe, A., Hasemann, O., Kempf, A., Krüger, J., Freeprocessing transparent in situ visualization via data interception, accepted for the Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualization (2014).
  37. Fond, B., Abram, C., Heyes, A.L., Kempf, A.M., Beyrau, F., Use of Thermographic Phosphors for Simultaneous Velocity, Temperature and Mixture Fraction Imaging, Lund, Sweden, 2013.
  38. Weise, C., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A., Investigation of the flow and temperature field in a spray flame reactor for nanoparticle synthesis and functionalization, VDI-Flammentag (2013), Duisburg.
  39. Weise, C., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A., Limits for experiments in horizontal laminar low-pressure flat flame reactors, ECM Workshop: Kinetic studies using laminar flames, Work in Progress Poster Presentation (2013), Lund.
  40. Franchetti, B.M., Cavallo Marincola, F., Navarro-Martinez, S., Kempf, A.M., Large Eddy Simulation of Pulverized Coal Combustion, Duisburg, 2013
  41. Sikalo, N., Hasemann, O., Schulz, C., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A.M., Method for Reduction of Kinetics Mechanisms using Genetic Algorithms, Lund, Sweden, 2013.
  42. Deng, L., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A.M., Numerical investigation of the laminar flame perturbation by a smapling nozzle in mass spectroscopy measurements, Lund, Sweden, 2013
  43. Cavallo Marincola, F., Franchetti, B.M., Jones, W.P., Kempf, A.M., Large Eddy Simulation of a full 2.4 MW pulverised coal furnace, Lund, Sweden, 2013.
  44. Deng, L., Wlokas, I., Kempf, A.M., Numerical investigation of the laminar flame perturbation by a sampling nozzle, Lund, Sweeden, 2013.
  45. Janas, P., Schild, M., Kaiser, S., Kempf, A.M., Numerical simulation of flame front propagation in a spark ignition engine, Lund, Sweeden, 2013.
  46. Rabacal, M., Proch, F., Kempf, M., Large Eddy Simulations of a Natural-Gas-Fired Large-Scale Laboratory Furnace, Lund, Sweeden, 2013.
  47. Mercier, R., Proch, F., Kempf, A.M., Fiorina, B., Numerical and modeling strategies for the simulation of the Cambridge Stratified Flame Series, abstract accepted for the International Symposium On Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena 8, Poitiers, France, 2013.
  48. Proch, F., Pettit, M.W.A., Ma, T., Rieth, M., Kempf, A.M., Investigations on the effect of different subgrid models on the quality of LES results, abstract accepted for the ERCOFTAC Workshop Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation 9, Dresden, Germany, 2013
  49. Hardt, S., Grimm, H., Wlokas, I., Wiggers, H., Kempf, A., Schulz, C., Iron-oxide nanoparticle synthesis from liquid spray flames under variable pressure conditions, Nanotech, Santa Clara, 2012.
  50. Franchetti, B.M., Cavallo Marincola, F., Kempf, A.M., Large Eddy Simulation of the CRIEPI Pulverised Coal Burner, 1st ERCOFTAC Conference on Simulation of Multiphase flows in Gasification and Combustion, Dresden, 2011.
  51. Ma, T., Kempf, A.M., Compressible and Incompressible Large Eddy Simulation of a Premixed Dump Combustor, ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, Canada, 2011.
  52. Franchetti, B., Cavallo Marincola F., Kempf, A., Large Eddy Simulation of Pulverised Coal Combustion using a Presumed Density Function for the Sub Grid Scale Distribution, 5th Int. Conference on Clean Coal Technologies, Zaragoza, Spain, 2011.
  53. Franchetti, B., Cavallo Marincola F., Kempf, A., Large Eddy Simulation of a Pulverised Coal Jet Flame, European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 2011.
  54. Wysocki, S., Pettit, M, Geipel, P., Kempf, A., Fractal Generated Turbulence in Opposed Jet Flows, European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 2011.
  55. Wysocki, S., Floyd, J., Kempf, A., Efficient Parallel Tomographic Reconstruction of Chemiluminescence in Flames, European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 2011.
  56. Cavallo Marincola, F., Ma, T., Kempf, A.M., Large Eddy Simulation of Darmstadtd Stratified Flame Series, European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 2011.
  57. Pettit, M., Geipel, P., Pesmazoglou, I., Kempf, A.M., Quantifying the Accuracy of Particle Image Velocimetry using Large Eddy Simulation, European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 2011.
  58. Rabhiou, A., Feist, J., Kempf, A., Heyes, A., A Phosphorescent Thermal History Sensor, 9th European Turbomachinery Conference, 2011.
  59. Wlokas, I., Hecht, C., Schulz, C., Model for the formation of Fe2O3 in premixed Fe(CO)5-doped low-pressure H2/O2 flames, 5th European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, 2011.
  60. Hardt, S., Hamid, A., Weise, C., Wlokas, I., Wiggers, H., Schulz, C., Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Flame Spray assisted TiO2 Synthesis from Titaniumtetraisopropoxide, 5th European Combustion Meeting, Cardiff, 2011.
  61. Franchetti, B.M., Darabkhan, H.G., Kempf, A.M., Large Eddy Simulation of Air and Oxycoal Combustion, 2nd Oxyfuel Conference OCC2, Rockhampton, Australia, 2011.
  62. Pettit, M., Wysocki, S., Geipel, P., Kempf, A., LES of Opposed Jet Flows Employing Fractal Turbulence-Generating Plates, 1st UK-Japan Workshop, London, 2011.
  63. Wysocki, S., Pettit, M,, Geipel, P., Kempf, A., Fractal Generated Turbulence in Opposed Jet Flows, ERCOFTAC HRTC-1, Rouen, France, 2011.
  64. Stein, O.T., Lewis, G., Olbricht, C., Gibbins, J., Kempf, A.M., Numerical Simulation of Flow and Combustion in a 40MWth Industrial Coal Furnace, 8th Internat. ERCOFTAC Symp. Eng. Turb. Mod. and Meas., Marseille, 2010.
  65. Franchetti, B.M., Cavallo Marincola, F., Gibbins, J., Stein, O.T., Kempf, A.M, Large-Eddy Simulation of a Laboratory Scale Pulverised Coal Jet Flame, UK Coal Workshop, 2010.
  66. Rabhiou, A., Feist, J., Kempf, A., Skinner, S., Heyes, A.L., Concept for a Phosphorescent Thermal History Sensor, ASME Turbo Expo 2010, UK, #GT2010-23517.
  67. Olbricht, C., Janicka, J., Kempf, A.M., LES as a Prediction Tool for Lifted Flames in a Model Gas Turbine Combustor, ASME Turbo Expo 2010, UK, #GT2010-22525.
  68. Stein, O.T., Kempf, A.M., Incompressible combustion LES with finite rate chemistry using the Linear Eddy Model (LEM), International COCCFEA Workshop, 2009.
  69. Kempf, A., Pettit, M., Quality issues of Combustion LES, Proceedings of the Q-LES Workshop 2009.
  70. Geurts, B.J., Kempf, A.M, SIPI, Proceedings of the Q-LES Workshop 2009.
  71. Kempf, A.M., Quality Issues of Combustion LES, Proceedings of the Q-LES Workshop 2009.
  72. Rabhiou, A., Kempf, A., Heyes, A.L., Examination of Eu Doped Thermographic Phosphors for Flow Temperature Measurements, European Combustion Meeting, Vienna, 2009.
  73. Hänel, D., Völker, F., Vilsmeier, R., Wlokas, I., A front tracking approach for finite-volume methods, in Shock Waves 1, K. Hannemann and F. Seiler, Editors (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2009) 1011-1016.
  74. Wlokas, I., Staude, S., Hecht, C., Atakan, B., Schulz, C., Measurement and simulation of Fe-atom concentrations in premixed Fe(CO)5-doped low-pressure H2/O2 flames, 4th European Combustion Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 2009.
  75. Stein, O., Kempf, A., An LEM/LES Method for Incompressible Reacting Flows with Finite Rate Chemistry, European Combustion Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 2009.
  76. Pettit, M., Kempf, A., Joint Euler/Lagrange Method for Multi-scale Problems, European Combustion Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 2009.
  77. Floyd, J., Kempf, A., Computed Tomography of Chemiluminescence: European Combustion (CTC): Instantaneous Measurements in a Matrix Burner, European Combustion Meeting, Vienna, Austria, April 2009.
  78. Stein, O., Boehm, B., Dreizler, A., Kempf, A., LES and PIV of isothermal and reacting, premixed turbulent opposed jet flows, 32nd Symposium (International) on Combustion, Montreal, Canada, 2008 (poster presentation).
  79. Floyd, J., Geipel, P., Kempf, A., Computed Tomography of Chemiluminescence and its Application to the Measurement of Conditional Scalar Dissipation Rate, 32nd Symposium (International) on Combustion, Montreal, Canada, 2008 (poster presentation).
  80. Stein, O., Freitag, M., Flemming, F., Kempf, A.M., Lean Premixed Combustion in Turbulent Opposed Nozzle Flows: Algebraic Modelling of the Flame Surface Density for Large Eddy Simulation, European Combustion Meeting, Chania, Crete, March 2007.
  81. Floyd, J., Kempf, A. M., Optical Computed Tomography of Chemiluminescent Flame Radicals: A Study of Self-Absorption using LES Generated Phantoms, European Combustion Meeting, Chania, Crete, March 2007.
  82. Floyd, J. and Kempf, A., Tomographic Algorithms for Flame Diagnostics— An LES Based Investigation, Proceedings of the 29th Meeting of the Italian Section of The Combustion Institute, 14-17 June 2006.
  83. Kempf, A., Flame Comparisons, Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Turbulent Non-Premixed Flames, Heidelberg, Germany.
  84. Stein, O., Kempf, A., Large Eddy Simulation of the Sydney Swirl-Flame Series: An initial Investigation of the Fluid Dynamics, 4th Mediterranean Combustion Symposium, Lisbon, Portugal, October 6-10 2005.
  85. Kempf, A., Janicka, J., A Visualisation Technique for Flame Dynamics - Turning Combustion-LES into a Tool for Engineering, Proceedings 22. Deutscher Flammentag, Braunschweig, Germany, September 2005, ISBN 3-18-091888-8.
  86. Klein, M., Kempf, A., Janicka, J., Mixing analysis of a plane jet using Direct Numerical Simulation, Euromech 10th European Turbulence Conference, Trondheim, Norway, 2004.
  87. Geyer, D., Dreizler, A., Kempf, A., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Finite chemistry effects in turbulent opposed-jet burner: 1D-Raman/Rayleigh measurements and Large Eddy Simulations, European Combustion Meeting, Orleans, 2003.
  88. Kempf, A., Klein, M., Janicka, J., Transient Inflow Data for LES: Importance for real Flames, Workshop Direct and Large Eddy Simulation 5, München, 2003.
  89. Düsing, M., Kempf, A., Flemming, F., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Combustion LES for Premixed and Diffusion Flames. VDI-Berichte Nr. 1750, 21. Deutscher Flammentag, pp. 745-750, Cottbus, 2003.
  90. Klein, M., Kempf, A., di Mare, L., Janicka, J., On the artificial generation of inlet and initial data for unsteady turbulent flow simulation, 17th TECFLAM-Seminar, Stuttgart, 2003.
  91. Kempf, A., Klein, M., Bauer, R., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Towards the Generation of Turbulent Inflow conditions for Combustion LES, 9th Int. Conf. On Combustion, Sorrento, Italy, Paper No. 76, p. 27, 2002.
  92. Renfro, M., Chaturvedy, A., King, G., Laurendeau, N., Kempf, A., Sadiki, A., Dreizler, A., Janicka, J., Comparison of measured and predicted time scales in flame H3, Proceedings of the 6th Int. Workshop on Measurements and Computation of Turbulent Non-Premixed Flames, Sapporo, Japan, 2002.
  93. Janicka, J., Kempf, A., Mengler, C., Sadiki, A., Mixing and Combustion, Perspectives, IUTAM Symposium on Turbulent Mixing and Combustion, pp. 387-403, A. Pollard & S. Candel (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.
  94. Kempf, A., Schneider, C., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Large Eddy Simulation of a Highly Turbulent Methane Flame: Application to the DLR Standard Flame, Proc. of the 2nd Turbulent Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP-II) Conference, Stockholm, 2001.
  95. Kempf, A., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Chen, J.-Y., Large Eddy Simulation of a Turbulent Diffusion Flame Using Flamelet Modelling, TNF-5, Delft, 2000.
  96. Kempf, A., Forkel, H., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Chen, J.-Y., Large Eddy Simulation of a Counterflow Configuration with and without Combustion: Mixing and Flow Field, Proceedings of the Eighth European Turbulence Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2000.
  97. Kempf, A., Forkel, H., Sadiki, A., Janicka, J., Chen, J.-Y., LES of a Counter Flow Configuration, Zeitschrift Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, Zamm, 2000.
  98. Filippova, O., Hänel, D., Wlokas, I., Two approaches for reactive flow at low Mach number, Lecture Notes in Physics, 515 (1998) 476-481.

Book contributions

  • ERCOFTAC Best Practise Guide for CFD of Computational Combustion, Chapter on Non-Premixed Flames. ("submitted")

  • Wiggers, H., Fikri, M., Wlokas, I., Roth, P., Schulz, C., Synthesis of Tailored Nanoparticles in Flames: Chemical Kinetics, In Situ Diagnostics, Numerical Simulation, and Process Development, Nanoparticles from the Gasphase (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2012) pp 3-48.

Dissertations

  • Kempf, A., Large-Eddy Simulation of Non-Premixed Turbulent Flames, Fortschritt-Berichte VDI Reihe 6 Nr. 513. Düsseldorf: VDI Verlag, ISBN 3-18-351306-4.

  • Wlokas, I., Simulation von Mehrkomponenten-Strömungen bei kleinen Mach-Zahlen, Universität Duisburg-Essen (2006) VI, 123 S.

  • Stein, O., Large Eddy Simulation of Combustion in Swirling and Opposed Jet Flows, Imperial College London, 2008

  • Jeremy Floyd, Computed Tomography of Chemiluminescence: A 3D Time Resolved Sensor for Turbulent Combustion, Imperial College London, 2009

  • Stefan Wysocki, Joint Euler-Lagrange Method for Moving Surfaces in Large-Eddy Simulation, Imperial College London, 2012