CFD for Combustion Modeling
7 - 8 January 2012
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee
Held in conjunction with:
50th Aerospace Sciences Meeting Including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition
The objective of the course is to provide the interested combustion engineer or researcher with the fundamentals of combustion modeling, to assess a combustion problem and to decide on the adequate models to be used in numerical simulations. The course is designed to also provide the knowledge to implement certain models into CFD codes.The course discusses fundamentals of combustion chemistry and a brief introduction to statistical models and turbulence modeling. Also covered is a comparative overview of the most commonly used combustion models and implementation issues and application.
Who Should Attend
- CFD for Turbulence
- Chemical Kinetics Modeling
- CFD approaches for Turbulent Combustion
- Modeling for Turbulent Combustion
- Emission and Instability Modeling
- Application to Gas Turbines, Augmentors and Scramjets
Combustion Engineers and Researchers.