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.
Graduate and undergraduate research opportunities available. See more.
Dated: April 16, 2019
Mr. Farmer presents a paper in the 4th Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference.
Dated: April 15, 2019
CCL wins a grant on air quality modeling.
Dated: April 04, 2019
Mr. Farmer defended his M.S. thesis successfully. Congratualtions!
Dated: April 01, 2019
Mr. Alec Tauer joins CCL as an undergraduate research fellow.