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Next Generation of Combustion Technology
The world is facing unprecedented challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, further complicating complex global innovation trends and demanding unparalleled response from governments and organizations alike. As China and other affected Asian nations have been fighting the pandemic, forward-looking collaborations in technology development and innovation are more important than ever. This key element of collaboration in addressing global innovation is a hallmark of MIT’s problem-solving approach, especially amidst our current global challenges.

Sili Deng
d'Arbeloff Career Development Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Transportation, power generation, and electricity generation depend heavily on the combustion of fossil and synthetic fuels. The next generation of combustion systems will need to be more efficient with lower emissions than the current. In this talk, I will discuss the coupling effects of two crucial components of combustion, chemical kinetics and fluid dynamics, on flame dynamics and soot emissions, and the physical insights for future combustion design. I will also discuss future research directions that combine combustion and material sciences to develop new technologies for energy sustainability.

Jul 13, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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