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EPSRC Reference: GR/R66197/01
Title: Consortium on Computational Combustion for Engineering Applications
Principal Investigator: Luo, Professor KH
Other Investigators:
Cant, Professor R Lawn, Professor C
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Department: School of Engineering & Materials Scienc
Organisation: Queen Mary University of London
Scheme: Standard Research (Pre-FEC)
Starts: 28 March 2002 Ends: 27 September 2005 Value (£): 62,629
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Combustion
EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications:
Aerospace, Defence and Marine Transport Systems and Vehicles
No relevance to Underpinning Sectors Energy
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The Consortium on Computational Combustion for Engineering Applications (COCCFEA) was initiated in 1994 to coordinate U.K. combustion researches involving HPC resources. Led firstly by Prof. K.N.C. Bray, FRS (1994-1998) and then by Profs. D. Bradley, FRS and W.P. Jones (19982001). COCCFEA over the past eight years has been acting as the focal point of collaboration and discussion, resulting in some world class combustion researches utilizing HPC resources. It has demonstrated its value in terns of enabling efficient use of HPC resources, effective dissemination and exploitation of results, linking advanced fundamental researches with engineering applications, and promoting international cooperation. With the increasing significance of HPC in combustion research and the arrival of the new generation HPC hardware and software in the U.K., it is vitally important that the work of the Consortium is to be continued, for which a new grant for a period of three years is sought. The enlarged and renewed Consortium will continue to operate with its established mechanisms but with an added emphasis on in-depth interaction and collaboration in between meetings. The new networking mechanism will allow researchers of different centres to exchange week-long visits in order to foster substantial joint researches.
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