Proceedings of the 2008 Summer Program
I. Hypersonics
 Overview
 Simulation of flows in shocktube facilities by means of a detailed chemical mechanism for nitrogen excitation and dissociation
By A. Bourdon, M. Panesi, A. Brandis, T. E. Magin, G. Chaban, W. Huo, R. Jaffe and D. W. Schwenke
 Modeling of reactive plasmas for atmospheric entry flows based on kinetic theory
B. Graille, T. E. Magin and M. Massot
 Aspects of advanced catalysis modeling for hypersonic flows
J. Thoemel, O. Chazot and P. Barbante
 Chemical nonequilibrium effects in the wake of a boundarylayer sized object in hypersonic flows
M. Birrer, C. Stemmer, G. Groskopf and M. Kloker
 Biglobal secondary stability theory for highspeed boundarylayer flows
G. Groskopf, M. J. Kloker and O. Marxen
 Boundary layer transition in highspeed flow
P. A. Durbin, J. W. Joo and O. Marxen
II. Numerical modeling and verification
III. Multiphase Flow
IV. Combustion
 Overview
 Modeling differential diffusion in nonpremixed combustion: soot transport in the mixture fraction coordinate
J. C. Hewson, D. O. Lignell and A. R. Kerstein
 Coupling tabulated chemistry with largeeddy simulation of turbulent reactive flows
R. Vicquelin, B. Fiorina, N. Darabiha, D. Veynante, V. Moureau and L. Vervisch
 LES of twophase reacting flows
M. Sanjose, T. Lederlin, L. Gicquel, B. Cuenot, H. Pitsch, N. GarcíaRosa, R. Lecourt and T. Poinsot
 Turbulent combustion of polydisperse evaporating sprays with droplet crossing: Eulerian modeling and validation in the infinite Knudsen limit
S. de Chaisemartin, L. Fréret, D. Kah, F. Laurent, R. O. Fox, J. Reveillon and M. Massot
 Turbulent combustion of polydisperse evaporating sprays with droplet crossing: Eulerian modeling of collisions at finite Knudsen and validation
L. Fréret, F. Laurent, S. de Chaisemartin, D. Kah, R. O. Fox, P. Vedula, J. Reveillon, O. Thomine and M. Massot
 CFDbased mapping of the thermoacoustic stability of a laminar premix burner
R. Kaess, W. Polifke, T. Poinsot, N. Noiray, D. Durox, T. Schuller and S. Candel
V. Acoustics
VI. Turbulence physics and modeling

