Student projects

Open projects

  1. Comparison of fuel spray at ambient temperature and in a reacting flow
  2. Identification of atomization mechanisms by fractal analysis
  3. Analysis of a rotary atomizer spray
  4. Determination of minimal sample size in atomization
  5. Evaluation of Schlieren images of various flame shapes

Detailed descriptions are available here.

Past projects

Analysis of the velocity distribution of airblast atomization by non-dimensional quantites (in Hungarian)

Erika Rácz

MSc Thesis, 2022, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Combustion analysis of n-butanol-diesel fuel blends

Mohammad Darwish

MSc Thesis, 2022, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Evaluation of natural gas combustion by high-speed Schlieren technique (in Hungarian)

Árpád Botond Hirják

BSc Thesis, 2022, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Determination of renewable surrogate fuel composition for numerical heat and mass transfer analysis (in Hungarian)

Bertalan Vass

BSc Thesis, 2022, Supervisor: Dávid Csemány

Analysis of airblast atomizer spray by non-dimensional numbers and statistical methods (in Hungarian)

Erika Rácz

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Energy modeling, 2021, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Analysis of liquid fuel evaporation by Phase Doppler Anemometry (in Hungarian)

Réka Anna Kardos

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Energy modeling, 2021, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Noise-based combustion analysis by artificial intelligence (in Hungarian)

Marcell Pitlik

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Energy modeling, 2021, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Evaluation of combustion models for ammonia (in Hungarian)

Márton Gyöngyösi

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Energy modeling, 2021, Supervisor: Dániel Füzesi

Analysis of swirlers using numerical simulation (in Hungarian)

Bence Balázs Nagy

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Energy modeling, 2021, Supervisor: Dániel Füzesi

Evaluation of material properties of diesel-biodiesel blends of different feedstocks

Syed Ali Hamza Rizvi

BSc Thesis, 2021, Supervisor: Dávid Csemány

Study of renewable fuels of the future: classification and evaluation

Belén Iorra Peleguer

BSc Thesis, 2021, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Comparison of atomization and volatility characteristics of diesel-n-butanol and diesel-ABE blends

Osama DarAli

BSc Thesis, 2021, Supervisor: Dávid Csemány

Optimization of surrogate fuel composition for combustion chamber simulations (in Hungarian)

János Vámos

MSc Thesis, 2021, Supervisor: Dávid Csemány

Determination of air velocity in airblast spray (in Hungarian)

Erika Rácz

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Sustainable Energy, 2020, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Optical investigation of combustion flames (in Hungarian)

Marcell Pitlik

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Optomechatronics, 2020, Supervisor: Balázs Vince Nagy, Viktor Józsa

Evaluation of estimating methods for determination of thermophysical properties of liquid fuels (in Hungarian)

István Gujás

MSc Thesis, 2020, Supervisor: Dávid Csemány

Modeling of the effect of swirl vanes on the combustion characteristics of a lean premixed burner

Dániel Füzesi

MSc Thesis, 2019, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

CFD analysis of a 30 kW swirl burner (in Hungarian)

Angelika Fuchs

BSc Thesis, 2019, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Investigation of the effect of swirler design on combustion (in Hungarian)

Dániel Füzesi

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Modeling of Energy Systems, 2018, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Acoustical analysis of combustion noise of a swirl burner with various diffusers (in Hungarian)

Gergely I. Novotni

MSc Thesis, 2018, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Determination of air-to-fuel equivalence ration of a swirl burner by flame emission spectrometry (in Hungarian)

Gyöngyvér Hidegh

MSc Thesis, 2018, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Statistical analysis of fuel droplet evaporation (in Hungarian)

Dávid Csemány

MSc Thesis, 2018, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Developing a premixing swirl burner by CFD for a laboratory test rig (in Hungarian)

Valentin Varga

MSc Thesis, 2018, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Flame emission spectroscopy diagnostics of a premixed burner (in Hungarian)

Gyöngyvér Hidegh

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Modeling of Energy Systems, 2017, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

Acoustic analysis of the characteristics of a swirling diesel oil flame (in Hungarian)

Gergely I. Novotni

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Modeling of Energy Systems, 2017, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa

CFD analysis of a lean premixed burner (in Hungarian)

Valentin Varga

Scientific Conference of Students paper, Section: Modeling of Energy Systems, 2017, Supervisor: Viktor Józsa