Combustion encompasses a large number of disciplines, e.g. thermodynamics, chemistry and fluid dynamics. Development of measurement techniques or diagnostics is necessary in order to study combustion. Theoretical knowledge is required for the modeling or simulation of combustion processes. Finally, there is a large number of applications of combustion, e.g. combustion engines, gas turbines and fire safety related problems. In the search for new knowledge and the solution to combustion related problems Combustion Physics collaborates to a large extent across disciplines with other divisions or departments within and outside of the Faculty of Engineering LTH at Lund University. Links to some of these divisions and departments within LTH are found below. Parts of the collaboration also take place within the framework of collaboration organizations, see separate web page, the link can be found in the menu to the left.
Energy Sciences (Swedish)
Combustion Physics also has a well developed collaboration with industry, e.g. Volvo, Scania, Siemens, E.ON and others. The collaboration is carried out both in terms of individual projects and within various research centres, see separate web page, the link is found in the menu to the left.