Matthew Juniper conference presentations

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Created: 2013-01-03 10:48
Institution: Department of Engineering
Description: Narrated presentations from Matthew Juniper's group at the University of Cambridge. Subjects include hydrodynamic stability, thermoacoustic stability, combustion instability, nonlinear behaviour of thermoacoustic systems, non-normality in thermoacoustics, transient growth, adjoint sensitivity analysis, direct and adjoint global modes, swirling flows, local stability analysis, and weakly nonlinear analysis.
 

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Forcing of self-excited round jet diffusion flames

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Movie of the presentation by Matthew Juniper at the 32nd International Symposium on Combustion, Montreal, Canada, 3-8 August 2008

Collection: Matthew Juniper conference presentations

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Wed 9 Jan 2013


Passive control and sensitivity analysis of thermo-acoustic systems via adjoint equations

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This presentation describes the application of adjoint-based sensitivity analysis to a thermo-acoustic system. In a single calculation, this analysis shows how a passive feedback...

Collection: Matthew Juniper conference presentations

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Fri 4 Jan 2013


The effect of confinement on the stability of the Rankine vortex with axial flow

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Movie of Matthew Juniper's presentation at the APS Fluid Dynamics Division conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, 18-20 November 2007

Collection: Matthew Juniper conference presentations

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Wed 9 Jan 2013


The nonlinear behaviour of a ducted premixed flame (a numerical study)

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When a flame is placed in a duct, acoustic oscillations couple with heat release oscillations and can grow to high amplitudes. This presentation shows the behaviour of a numerical...

Collection: Matthew Juniper conference presentations

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Fri 4 Jan 2013