Tim Lackmann

Doktor at Combustion and Propulsion Systems
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2020

Investigation of turbulence–chemistry interactions in a heavy-duty diesel engine with a representative interactive linear eddy model

Tim Lackmann, Andreas Nygren, Anders Karlsson et al
International Journal of Engine Research. Vol. 21 (8), p. 1469-1479
Journal article
2018

A representative linear eddy model for simulating spray combustion in engines (RILEM)

Tim Lackmann, Alan R. Kerstein, Michael Oevermann
Combustion and Flame. Vol. 193, p. 1-15
Journal article
2017

Stochastic modeling of unsteady extinction in turbulent non-premixed combustion

Tim Lackmann, John Hewson, robert Knaus et al
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. Vol. 2016 (2), p. 1677-1684
Journal article
2017

Modeling n-dodecane Spray Combustion with a Representative Interactive Linear Eddy Model

Tim Lackmann, T. Lucchini, G. D'Errico et al
SAE Technical Papers. Vol. 2017-March (March)
Paper in proceeding
2015

A Representative Interactive Linear Eddy Model

Tim Lackmann
Licentiate thesis
2015

Comparison of a Representative Linear Eddy Model with a Representative Interactive Flamelet Model for Spray Combustion Processes

Tim Lackmann, Alan Kerstein, Michael Oevermann
SAE Technical Papers, p. 7-
Paper in proceeding
2015

A fuel mapping strategy for unsteady injection processes within the representative interactive linear eddy model (RILEM)

Tim Lackmann, Alan Kerstein, Michael Oevermann
Proceedings of the European Combustion Meeting 2015, 30th March - 2nd April 2015, Budapest, Hungary, 2015, p. 6-
Other conference contribution
2015

A representative linear eddy model (RILEM) for non-premixed combustion

Tim Lackmann, Alan Kerstein, Michael Oevermann
SAE Technical Paper: SAE 2015 World Congress and Exhibition; Cobo CenterDetroit; United States; 21 April 2015 through 23 April 2015
Paper in proceeding

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