Opus College of Engineering

Computational Combustion Lab,
Mechanical Engineering Department,
Opus College of Engineering,
Marquette University.
1637 W. Wisconsin Ave,
Milwaukee, WI - 53233.

Projects | Pic: Luminous soot on the edge of a turbulent flame





Mechanical Engineering
Combustion Systems Labs

Computational Combustion Laboratory

Computational Combustion Modeling | Combustion-generated Pollutants | Atmospheric Soot | High-performance Computing

Lab director: Dr. Somesh P. Roy

Computational Combustion Lab (CCL) at Marquette University aims to further the understanding of combustion by developing novel models and uses high-performance computing to perform high-fidelity and detailed numerical simulations of combustion systems at various scales – ranging from laboratory-scale flames to internal combustion engines to wildfires. The research focus of the lab includes, but is not limited to, the following areas

  • Turbulent and multiphase combustion
  • Multiphase thermal radiation
  • Soot formation and growth in combustion systems
  • Evolution of atmospheric soot
  • Multiphysics interactions during combustion
  • Massively-parallel combustion simulations

This lab is part of the Combustion Systems Labs, a group of experimental and theoretical combustion research facilities, at Marquette Univeristy.

Positions available

Graduate and undergraduate research opportunities available. See more.

Latest News

Dated: May 21, 2018
Mr. Mukut presents his work at the Spring Technical Meeting of the Central States of the Combustion Institute. See more.

(c) Somesh Prasad Roy
Last updated: Feb, 2018.