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AJ Fillo

PhD graduate

AJ is a PhD graduate who studied turbulent premixed combustion using experiments (for his MS) and direct numerical simulations (for his PhD research).

AJ received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. He received his MS in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University working with Prof. David Blunck.

PhD dissertation: Assessing Mass Diffusion Modeling in Premixed Flames

MS thesis: The Global Consumption Speeds of Premixed Large-Hydrocarbon Fuel/Air Turbulent Bunsen Flames

Lib Lab video series

Papers

A fast, low-memory, and stable algorithm for implementing multicomponent transport in direct numerical simulations

Conference Papers

Fillo AJ, Niemeyer KE. "Assessing the impact of multicomponent trans- port on the vorticity budget of turbulent premixed flames." 11th US National Combustion Meeting, Pasadena, CA, USA. March 2019

Fillo AJ, Niemeyer KE. "Assessing the impact of chemical kinetic model reduction on premixed turbulent flame characteristics." 2018 Spring Technical Meeting of the Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Bend, OR, USA. March 2018

Fillo AJ, Niemeyer KE. "LIB LAB the Library Laboratory: Hands-on multimedia science communication." 2018 Spring Technical Meeting of the Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Bend, OR, USA. March 2018

Fillo AJ, Schlup J, Blanquart B, Niemeyer KE. "Implementing and assessing the importance of multicomponent transport properties using direct numerical simulations of premixed, turbulent flames." 2017 Fall Technical Meeting of the Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Laramie, WY, USA. October 2017

Fillo AJ, Schlup J, Blanquart B, Niemeyer KE. "Assessing the importance of multicomponent transport properties using direct numerical simulations of premixed, turbulent flames." 10th National Combustion Meeting, College Park, MD, USA. April 2017