Day two of the High-Pressure and High Reynolds Combustion Workshop began with a light breakfast and registration at 8:00 AM outside the level 0 lecture hall between Al-Jazri and AL-Kindi buildings.
The session on “Diagnostics” began with a keynote lecture by Dr. Marcus Aldén on “Development and Application of Laser Diagnostic Techniques for Studies of Turbulent and High Pressure Combustion Performance”. Followed by a talk on “High-Repetition-Rate Laser Diagnostic Methods for High-Pressure Combsution” by Dr. Robert P. Lucht and a talk on “Boundary Layer Flashback in Swirl Combustion: Challenges for Diagnostics” by Dr. Noel T Clemens.
Later, Dr. Andreas Dreizler spoke on “Wall-Bounded Turbulent Flames”, Dr. Jeffrey A. Sutton presented “Quantitative High-Speed Scalar Imaging in Turbulent Reacting Flows” and the day ended with a keynote lecture by Dr. Robert S. Barlow titled “Recent Developments in Raman Scattering Diagnostics for Turbulent Hydrogen Flames”.
The visiting researchers, scientists and invited speakers also toured the labs and facilities on the Clean Combustion Research Center and enjoyed a Sunset Reception and Saudi Dinner on the Red Sea.