Combustion Modeling
Theory of combustion systems and quantitative procedures for computing performance of combustion chambers. Applications include turbulent combustion of gases, sprays, and particulates.
CH EN
641
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesCH EN 633 & MATH 410; or CH EN 633 & CH EN 541
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Course Outcomes: 


Multicomponent Chemical Equilibrium

Students will learn the theory behind multicomponent chemical equilibrium and demonstrate proficiency with modern equilibrium computer codes.

PSR and PFR

Students will learn the theories for modeling large multistep chemical mechanisms and demonstrate proficiency with a modern set of computer codes for simple geometries, such as a PSR and PFR.

Turbulent Gaseous Combustion

Students will learn the theories for modeling turbulent gaseous combustion and demonstrate proficiency with a modern computational fluid dynamic code for turbulent gaseous diffusion flames.

Turbulent Particle-Laden Combustion

Students will learn the theories for modeling turbulent particle-laden combustion and demonstrate proficiency with a modern computational fluid dynamic code for turbulent particle-laden flames.