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CORIA is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) attached to the Institute of Engineering and Systems (INSIS) of the CNRS, the University of Rouen and the Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Rouen. It is located on the Madrillet Technopole, near Rouen, in Normandie.

The CORIA research fields cover fundamental and applied studies dedicated to reactive or non-reactive flows: multiphase flows, turbulent mixing phenomena, combustion, plasmas, etc. Physical mechanisms and processes leading to the reduction of pollutant production in reactive systems are also included within the main research activities.














Flow control Hot wire anemometry Simulation numérique directe Aerosols Refractive index Ignition Simulation numérique Curvature Combustion LES Chimie tabulée Chimie détaillée Interferometric out-of-focus imaging Turbulence Chemistry reduction Experiment Drops Oxygen enrichment Coherent structures Image processing Flamme turbulente Jets Soot Laminar burning velocity Optique géométrique Light scattering Fluid mechanics Turbulent combustion PIV Absorption Reduced chemistry Temperature Wind tunnel Large eddy simulation Flame filtering Aérosols DNS Annular jet Droplets Flame structure Aerosol Atomisation Multiphase flows CLSVOF Diffusion de la lumière Deconvolution Large Eddy Simulation CLSMOF CFD Combustion turbulente Cavitation Computational fluid dynamics CO2 Turbulent flame Direct numerical simulation Spray Simulation aux grandes échelles Heat transfer Mécanique des fluides Numerical simulation Large-Eddy Simulation Autoignition Evaporation Spray jet flame Large-eddy simulation Chemiluminescence Alkali metal Large-Eddy simulation Chaos Digital holography Fluid dynamics COMBUSTION Two-phase flow Multi-scale analysis CO2 capture Velocity Genetic algorithm Anémométrie Doppler Laser ADL Hydrogen Suies Tabulated chemistry Acoustics Direct numerica Chemistry tabulation Multiphase flow Vortex generators Combustion instability Allumage Mixing Écoulements diphasiques Numerical simulations Supersonic combustion APG boundary layer PIV particle image velocimetry Atomization Drop size distribution Chimiluminescence Holography Simulation Optical diagnostics