Lecture Videos: International Workshop on Sustainable Energy, Power and Propulsion
2015-01-05 to 2015-01-07

Sustainable MultiGeneration Performance Evaluation and Two Case Studies

Sustainable Development of Green and Clean Waste to Energy City

Stabilization and Impingement Heat Transfer Characteristics of Premixed Laminar Flames in an Array

Role of Hydrogen in Emission Reduction and Performance TradeOff Studies in a Dual Fuel Mode Diesel Engine Using EGR

Progress and Prospects of Dimethyl Ether (DME) as an Alternative Fuel for Automotive Vehicles

Novel Engines for Efficient Energy Conversion

Modeling of High Altitude Testing for Large Area Ratio Rocket Motors

Liquid Jet Breakup in Swirling Crossflow

Laser-Based InSitu Diagnostics and Numerical Simulations of Syngas Combustion in a Trapped Vortex Combustor

Large Eddy Simulation of Reacting Sprays

Instabilities in Burning Droplets

In-Cylinder Flow Studies in IC Engines Using PIV

Hypersonic Air Breathing Engine Development Key Technological Issues

Hydrogen Engines Towards Clean Air and Sustainable Energy

Hydrogen Assisted Combustion And Emission Characteristics of Hydrocarbon Fuels

Gaseous fuel for Railway Engines

From Turbulent Flame Speed to Flame Particle Tracking Global and Local Viewpoints to Analyze Turbulence-Flame Interaction

Flameless Combustion with Liquid Fuels

Dynamic Characterization of LaboratoryScale Thermal Pulse Combustor

Distributed Generation for Sustainability in Indian Power Sector Role of Biomass

Development of Novel Fuel Injectors for Gas Turbine Combustors

Development of Colorless Distributed Combustion (CDC) for Gas Turbine Application

Development of a Laser Ignited Hydrogen Prototype Engine

Combustion Chemistry of Future Fuels for Future Engines

Clean Power Production from Wastes and Biomass

Catalytic Conversion of Triglycerides to Green Liquid Biofuels

Bridging the Premixed-Diffusion Flame Divide

An Art of Developing Aviation Engine Combustion Technologies and Products

(Pannel Disscusion ) Challenges and Opportunities for Future Research Collaborations in Combustion