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What’s in a flame? — the modern theory of combustion

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Aerospace travel is severely limited today because we do not yet understand even the most basic effects of turbulence on combustion. By the early 90’s, a robust modelling methodology was developed to address this problem, but it is only today — in the age of supercomputing and laser diagnostics — that such age-old questions are likely to be resolved. This talk will introduce one such persistent question and the measures being taken to find an answer.

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