Department of Mechanical Science & Engineering,Mechanical Engineering Science,Mechano-Informatics and Systems

Course: Mechanical Engineering
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Course: Mechanical Engineering Science, Mechano-Informatics and Systems
Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

Laboratories,Nagoya University Department of Mechanical Science & Engineering

HOME > Laboratories > Heat Transfer & Combustion Engineering Group

Heat Transfer & Combustion Engineering Group

Scientific Investigation of Combustion Phenomenon and Reduction of Global Environmental Load

  • Prof. Hosei Nagano
  • Assoc. Prof. Kazuhiro Yamamoto
  • Assist. Prof. Ai Ueno
  • Assist. Prof. Noriyuki Watanabe

Development of combustion equipment is the urgent subject for reduction of global environmental load from viewpoints of resource/energy conservation and reduction of air pollutants. For this reason, we aim to clarify combustion phenomenon scientifically and to develop novel combustion technology by using recent measurement technique and original numerical simulation code.

Heat Transfer & Combustion Engineering Group
Flame Propagation in Fuel Spray
Instantaneous 3-D temperature fields are analyzed by using our numerical simulation code based reactive fluid dynamics.

◆ Measurements of NOx and soot emissions by laser diagnostics
◆ Lattice Boltzmann simulation on soot combustion in DPF
◆ Development of new-concept or ultra-micro combustors using numerical simulation with detailed chemical kinetics
◆ Elucidation of flame structure and construction of turbulent combustion models by numerical simulation
◆ Investigation of spray combustion, catalytic reaction, ignition, fire evacuation, etc.

Movie:Heat Transfer & Combustion Engineering Group

Office room

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8603, JAPAN
Graduate School and School of Engineering
School of Engineering Bild.2 Room 343

TEL :+81-(0)52-789-3301
FAX :+81-(0)52-789-3111