This page contains the list of winners of the
for the best paper with a British Section author
2015: P. G. Aleiferis and M. K. Behringer “Flame front analysis of ethanol, butanol, iso-octane and gasoline in a spark-ignition engine using laser tomography and integral length scale measurements” Combustion and Flame, vol. 162, pages 4533–4552, (2015).
2014: B. Williams, M. Edwards, R. Stone, J. Williams and P. Ewart “High precision in-cylinder gas thermometry using laser induced gratings: Quantitative measurement of evaporative cooling with gasoline/alcohol blends in a GDI optical engine” Combustion and Flame, Vol. 161, pages 270-279, (2014).
2013: R.S.M. Chrystie, I.S. Burns and C.F. Kaminski “Temperature response of an acoustically-forced turbulent lean premixed flame: A quantitative experimental determination” Combustion Science and Technology, 185: 180-199 (2013).
2012: G. Dixon-Lewis, P. Marshall, B. Ruscic, A. Burcat, E. Goos, A. Cuoci, A. Frassoldati, T. Faravelli, P. Glarborg“Inhibition of hydrogen oxidation by HBr and Br2” Combustion and Flame, 159: 528-540 (2012).
2011: N. Swaminathan, G. Xu, A. Dowling and R. Balachandran “THeat release rate correlation and combustion noise in premixed flames” Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 681: 80-115 (2011).
2010: B. Williams, P. Ewart, X. Wang, R. Stone, H. Ma, H. Walmsley, R. Cracknell, R. Stevens, D. Richardson, H. Fu and S. Wallace “Quantitative planar laser-induced fluorescence imaging of multi-component fuel/air mixing in a firing gasoline-direct-injection engine: Effects of residual exhaust gas on quantitative PLIF” Combustion and Flame, 157: 1866-1878 (2010).
2009: Derek Bradley and Gautam Kalghatgi “Influence of autoignition delay time characteristics of different fuels on pressure waves and knock in reciprocating engines” Combustion and Flame, 156: 2307-2318 (2009).
2008:G. Kalghatgi, J.C.G. Andrae and T. Brinck “HCCI experiments with toluene reference fuels modeled by a semi-detailed chemical kinetic model” Combustion and Flame, 155: 696-712 (2008).
2007: W.P. Jones and S. Navarro-Martinez “Large eddy simulation of auto-Ignition with a sub-grid PDF method“, Combustion and Flame, 150: 170-187 (2007).
2006: V R Savarianandam and C J Lawn, “Burning velocity of premixed turbulent flames in the weakly wrinkled regime“ Combustion and Flame, 146: 1-18 (2006).
2005: S. Navarro-Martinez, A. Kronenburg and F. Di Mare “Conditional moment closure for large eddy simulations” Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 75: 245-274 (2005).
2004: A. Kronenburg “Double conditioning of reactive scalar transport equations in turbulent nonpremixed flames” Physics of Fluids, 16: 2640-2648 (2004).
2003: M. Balthasar and M. Kraft “A stochastic approach to calculate the particle size distribution function of soot particles in laminar premixed flames” Combustion and Flame, 133: 289-298 (2003).
2002: J.F.Griffiths and B.J.Whitaker “Thermokinetic Interactions Leading to Knock during Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition” Combustion and Flame, 131: 386-399 (2002).
2001: K. N. C. Bray, M. Champion and P.A. Libby “Pre-mixed flames in stagnation turbulence. Part V-Evaluation of Models for the chemical source term” Combustion and Flame, 127: 2023-2040 (2001).
2000: G M Abu-Orf and R S Cant “A Turbulent Reaction Rate Model for Premixed Turbulent Combustion in Spark-Ignition Engines” Combustion & Flame, 122: 233-252 (2000).
1999: K H Luo “Combustion Effects on Turbulence in a Partially Premixed Supersonic Diffusion Flame” Combustion and Flame, 119: 417-435 (1999).
1998: G.M.Makhviladze, J.P. Roberts and S.E. Yakhush “Numerical Modelling of Fireballs from Vertical Releases of Fuel Gases” Combustion Science and Technology, 132: 129-223 (1998).
1997: N. Syred, W. Fick, T. O’Doherty and A.J. Griffiths “The Effect of the Precessing Vortex Core on Combustion in a Swirl Burner” Combustion Science and Technology, 125: 139-157 (1997).
1996: G. Dixon-Lewis “Laminar premixed flame extinction limits” Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 452: 1857-1884 (1996).
1995: K.M. Leung and R.P. Lindstedt “Detailed modelling of C1-C3 alkane diffusion flames” Combustion and Flame, 102: 129-160 (1995).
1994: D. Bradley, P.H. Gaskell and X.J. Gu “Application of a Reynolds Stress, stretched flamelet, mathematical model to computations of turbulent burning velocities and comparisons with experiments” Combustion and Flame, 96: 221-248 (1994).
1993: E. Hampartsoumian, P.L. Murdoch, M. Pourkashanian, D.T. Trangmar and A. Williams “The Reactivity of Coal Gas Chars Gasified in a Carbon Dioxide Environment” Combustion Science and Technology, 92: 105-121 (1993).
1992: A.S. Tomlin, M.J. Pilling, T. Turanyi, J.H. Merkin and J. Brindley “Mechanism reduction for the oscillatory oxidation of hydrogen: sensitivity and quasi-steady-state analyses” Combustion and Flame, 91: 107-130 (1992).
1991: F.C. Lockwood, M. Costa and P. Costen “Detailed Measurements in a heavy fuel oil-fired furnace” Combustion Science and Technology, 77: 1-26 (1991).
1990: T.C. Chew, K. N.C. Bray, R. E. Britter “Spatially Resolved Flamelet Statistics for Reaction Rate Modelling” Combustion and Flame, 80: 65-82 (1990).
1989: A. Hayhurst and H. Jones “The effect of metal additives on ionisation and soot formation in oxy-acetylene flames” Combustion and Flame, 78: 339-356 (1989).
1988: D. Baulch, J.F. Griffiths, A. Pappin, A. Sykes “Stationary states and oscillatory combustion of hydrogen in a well-stirred flow reactor” Combustion and Flame, 73: 163-185 (1988).
1987: D. Bradley and Lung “Spark Ignition of the early stages of Turbulent Flame Propogation” Combustion and Flame, 69: 71-93 (1987).
1986: M.V. Heitor and J.H. Whitelaw “Velocity, Temperature and species Characterisations of the flow in a Gas-turbine Combustor” Combustion and Flame, 64: 1-32 (1986).
for the best paper at the International Combustion Symposium with at least one British Section member as author
2012 34rd Symposium: Nicholas A. Worth and James R. Dawson “Self-excited circumferential instabilities in a model annular gas turbine combustor: Global flame dynamics” Proc Comb. Inst. 34(2): 3127-3134 (2013).
2010 33rd Symposium: D. Bradley, M. Lawes and M. Mansour “Measurement of turbulent burning velocities in implosions at high pressures” Proc Comb. Inst. 33(1): 1269-1275 (2011).
2008 32nd Symposium: P. Schroll, A.P. Wandel, R.S. Cant, E. Mastorakos “Direct numerical simulations of auto-ignition in turbulent two-phase flows” Proc. Comb. Inst. 32(2): 2275-2282 (2009).
2006 31st Symposium: Neal Morgan, Markus Kraft, Michael Balthasar, David Wong, Michael Frenklach, Pablo Mitchell “Numerical Simulations of soot aggregation in premixed laminar flames” Proc Comb. Inst. 31(1): 693 – 700 (2007).
2004 30th Symposium: Sara Gashi, Johan Hult, Karl Jenkins, Nilanjan Chakraborty, Stewart Cant and Clemens Kaminski “Curvature and wrinkling of premixed flame kernels – comparisons of OH PLIF and DNS data” Proc Comb. Inst. 30(1): 809-817 (2005).
2002 29th Symposium: R.P.Lindstedt and S.A.Louloudi “Joint Scalar Transported Probability Density Function Modeling of Turbulent Methanol Jet Diffusion Flames” Proc Comb. Inst. 29(2): 2147-2154 (2002).
2000 28th Symposium: X.Jiang and K.H.Luo “Combustion-Induced Buoyancy Effects of an Axisymmetric Reactive Plume” Proc Comb. Inst. 28(2): 1989-1995 (2000).
At its meeting in January 2003, the Committee of The British Section agreed to set up an annual prize to recognise and encourage good work done by younger research workers (below the age of 35) in any branch or aspect of combustion.
2015: Dr Konstantina Vogiatzaki, University of Brighton.
2014: Dr Ben Williams, Imperial College.
2013: Dr Edward S. Richardson, University of Southampton.
2012: Dr Johannes Kiefer, University of Aberdeen.
2011: Dr Dr Alisdair Campbell, University of Surrey.
2010: Dr Salvador Navarro-Martinez, Imperial College London.
2009: Dr Guillermo Rein, University of Edinburgh
2008: Dr Dr Stuart Scott, University of Cambridge
2007: Dr Stelios Rigopoulos, University of Manchester
2006: Dr Nilanjan Chakraborty, University of Liverpool
2005: Dr Andreas Kronenburg, Imperial College
2004: Dr Clemens Kaminski, University of Cambridge
2003: Dr Gary John Sharpe, University of Leeds