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    Course Outline

    CFD for Combustion Modeling

     

     

    Course Outline:


    I. Introduction, overview, problem definition, and examples
    II. Combustion chemistry and reduced mechanisms
    III. The FlameMaster chemistry package
    IV. Turbulence and statistical methods, analysis of time-dependant data
    V. Combustion models overview: (EBU/EDC, assumed PDF, scalar PDF, Flamelet, Flame Surface Density, Linear-eddy, etc)
    VI. Flamelet models for non-premixed turbulent combustion
    VII. Flamelet models for premixed turbulent combustion
    VIII. Applications of the presented models and implementation details
    IX. Subgrid Scalar Mixing and Combustion Modeling: the linear-eddy model, subgrid FPDF, etc)
    X. The Linear-eddy mixing model package, implementation details, and cost/accuracy issues
    XI. Combustion in CFD for Gas Turbine Combustors
    XII. Combustion in CFD for Augmentors and Bluff-Body Stabilized Flames
    XIII. Special Topics: Emission Modeling, Low-NOx combustor modeling
    XIV. Special Topics: Combustion Instability and Lean Blowout modeling
    XV. Special Topics: CFD of Spray Combustion in Gas Turbines
    XVI. Special Topics: CFD of Ramjets and Scramjet Combustion