Heinz Pitsch
Heinz Pitsch
RWTH Aachen University, Stanford University, UC San Diego
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Large-eddy simulation of turbulent combustion
H Pitsch
Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech. 38, 453-482, 2006
11972006
An efficient error-propagation-based reduction method for large chemical kinetic mechanisms
P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch
Combustion and Flame 154 (1-2), 67-81, 2008
6622008
Large-eddy simulation of a turbulent piloted methane/air diffusion flame (Sandia flame D)
H Pitsch, H Steiner
Physics of fluids 12 (10), 2541-2554, 2000
6102000
High order conservative finite difference scheme for variable density low Mach number turbulent flows
O Desjardins, G Blanquart, G Balarac, H Pitsch
Journal of Computational Physics 227 (15), 7125-7159, 2008
5752008
A consistent flamelet formulation for non-premixed combustion considering differential diffusion effects
H Pitsch, N Peters
Combustion and flame 114 (1-2), 26-40, 1998
4821998
Chemical mechanism for high temperature combustion of engine relevant fuels with emphasis on soot precursors
G Blanquart, P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch
Combustion and Flame 156 (3), 588-607, 2009
4602009
An accurate conservative level set/ghost fluid method for simulating turbulent atomization
O Desjardins, V Moureau, H Pitsch
Journal of computational physics 227 (18), 8395-8416, 2008
4572008
Extinction and autoignition of n-heptane in counterflow configuration
R Seiser, H Pitsch, K Seshadri, WJ Pitz, HJ Gurran
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 28 (2), 2029-2037, 2000
4282000
Unsteady flamelet modeling of turbulent hydrogen-air diffusion flames
H Pitsch, M Chen, N Peters
Symposium (international) on combustion 27 (1), 1057-1064, 1998
4201998
Large-eddy simulation of premixed turbulent combustion using a level-set approach
H Pitsch, LD De Lageneste
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 29 (2), 2001-2008, 2002
3912002
Three-Dimensional Modeling of NO x and Soot Formation in DI-Diesel Engines Using Detailed Chemistry Based on the Interactive Flamelet Approach
H Pitsch, H Barths, N Peters
SAE transactions, 2010-2024, 1996
3721996
Laminar burning velocities at high pressure for primary reference fuels and gasoline: Experimental and numerical investigation
S Jerzembeck, N Peters, P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch
Combustion and flame 156 (2), 292-301, 2009
3552009
Development of an experimental database and kinetic models for surrogate diesel fuels
JT Farrell, NP Cernansky, FL Dryer, CK Law, DG Friend, CA Hergart, ...
SAE Technical Paper, 2007
3512007
Development of an experimental database and chemical kinetic models for surrogate gasoline fuels
WJ Pitz, NP Cernansky, FL Dryer, FN Egolfopoulos, JT Farrell, DG Friend, ...
SAE Transactions, 195-216, 2007
3412007
Development of an experimental database and kinetic models for surrogate jet fuels
T Edwards, M Colket, N Cernansky, F Dryer, F Egolfopoulos, D Friend, ...
45th AIAA aerospace sciences meeting and exhibit, 770, 2007
3312007
A consistent chemical mechanism for oxidation of substituted aromatic species
K Narayanaswamy, G Blanquart, H Pitsch
Combustion and Flame 157 (10), 1879-1898, 2010
3202010
Effects of strain rate on high-pressure nonpremixed n-heptane autoignition in counterflow
S Liu, JC Hewson, JH Chen, H Pitsch
Combustion and flame 137 (3), 320-339, 2004
3202004
Structural group analysis for soot reduction tendency of oxygenated fuels
P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch, R Malhotra, SR Kirby, AL Boehman
Combustion and Flame 154 (1-2), 191-205, 2008
2882008
Modeling of radiation and nitric oxide formation in turbulent nonpremixed flames using a flamelet/progress variable formulation
M Ihme, H Pitsch
Physics of Fluids 20 (5), 055110, 2008
2862008
Prediction of local extinction and re-ignition effects in non-premixed turbulent combustion using a flamelet/progress variable approach
M Ihme, CM Cha, H Pitsch
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 30 (1), 793-800, 2005
2652005
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