After completing his Ph.D. at the Univeristy of Virginia in 1991, Corin Segal took a teaching position at the University of Florida in the Mechanical and Aerospace Department, where he now leads research in the Combustion and Propulsion Laboratory. Prior to his graduate studies, Dr. Segal spent more than 11 years int the aerospace industry as a senior aerodynamicist and project manager and as a leader of technical bureau. His current research at the University of Florida covers a range of topics, including mixing and combustion in high-speed flows, supercritical mixing, high-pressure combustion, and cavitation. Results of his group's research have appeared in national and international publications. Dr. Segal is an associate editor of the AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power and an associate Fellow of AIAA.
FLAMEHOLDING IN SUPERSONIC FLOWS
Thursday, 22.07.2010 10.00h - 11.00h, SuperC
ENHANCED MIXING FOR IMPROVED FLAMEHOLDING
Thursday, 22.07.2010 13.00h - 14.00h, SuperC
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