2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for exceptional advances in turbulent combustion modeling including PDF methods and the photon Monte Carlo method to treat turbulence-radiation interactions
2009 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Daniel C. Haworth focuses on Turbulence, Mechanics, Combustion, Computational fluid dynamics and Laminar flow. His Turbulence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Langevin equation, Classical mechanics and Piston. His work on Jet and Flow as part of general Mechanics research is often related to Flame structure, thus linking different fields of science.
His study in Combustion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Propane, Ignition system, Diesel engine and Diesel fuel. His biological study deals with issues like Mesh generation, which deal with fields such as Homogeneous isotropic turbulence, Navier–Stokes equations, Geometry, Grid and Body force. His research investigates the connection between K-epsilon turbulence model and topics such as Mathematical analysis that intersect with problems in Large eddy simulation.
His primary areas of investigation include Turbulence, Mechanics, Combustion, Computational fluid dynamics and Materials science. His research integrates issues of Radiation, Radiative transfer and Soot in his study of Turbulence. His Radiative transfer research integrates issues from Computational physics, Statistical physics and Radiation properties.
Daniel C. Haworth focuses mostly in the field of Mechanics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Thermal radiation and, in certain cases, Large eddy simulation. His work in Combustion addresses issues such as Diesel fuel, which are connected to fields such as Diesel engine. His research on Computational fluid dynamics also deals with topics like
Mechanics, Turbulence, Combustion, Materials science and Thermal radiation are his primary areas of study. His Radiation research extends to Mechanics, which is thematically connected. His research in the fields of Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations overlaps with other disciplines such as Flame structure.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Work, Piston and Finite volume method in addition to Combustion. His Piston research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Large eddy simulation and Computational science. His Thermal radiation study combines topics in areas such as Turbulent combustion, Radiative transfer and Radiation properties.
Daniel C. Haworth mainly focuses on Turbulence, Mechanics, Combustion, Soot and Radiative transfer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ignition system, Invariant, Simulation and Mathematical analysis in addition to Turbulence. His Mechanics research includes themes of Analytical chemistry, Meteorology and Thermal radiation.
His research on Combustion frequently links to adjacent areas such as Thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Aerosol, Diesel engine, Mathematical optimization, Bar and Schmidt number in his study of Soot. Daniel C. Haworth interconnects Spectral bands, Solver, Computational physics and Aerospace engineering in the investigation of issues within Radiative transfer.
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Progress in probability density function methods for turbulent reacting flows
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2010)
A generalized Langevin model for turbulent flows
D. C. Haworth;S. B. Pope.
Physics of Fluids (1986)
Advanced gasoline engine development using optical diagnostics and numerical modeling
M.C. Drake;D.C. Haworth.
31st International Symposium on Combustion (2007)
Direct simulation and modeling of flame-wall interaction for premixed turbulent combustion☆
T. J. Poinsot;Daniel Connell Haworth;G. Bruneaux.
Combustion and Flame (1993)
Large eddy simulation in complex geometric configurations using boundary body forces
Roberto Verzicco;Jamaludin Mohd-Yusof;Jamaludin Mohd-Yusof;Paolo Orlandi;Daniel Connell Haworth.
AIAA Journal (2000)
Direct numerical simulation of H 2 /O 2 /N 2 flames with complex chemistry in two-dimensional turbulent flows
M. Baum;T. J. Poinsot;D. C. Haworth;N. Darabiha.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1994)
Numerical simulation of turbulent propane–air combustion with nonhomogeneous reactants
D.C. Haworth;R.J. Blint;B. Cuenot;T.J. Poinsot.
Combustion and Flame (2000)
Large-eddy simulation on unstructured deforming meshes: towards reciprocating IC engines
D.C. Haworth;K. Jansen.
Computers & Fluids (2000)
Premixed ignition behavior of alternative diesel fuel-relevant compounds in a motored engine experiment
James P. Szybist;André L. Boehman;Daniel C. Haworth;Hibiki Koga.
Combustion and Flame (2007)
Effects of oxygenated additives on aromatic species in fuel-rich, premixed ethane combustion: A modeling study
Ki Hoon Song;Pratyush Nag;Thomas A. Litzinger;Daniel C. Haworth.
Combustion and Flame (2003)
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