Computational Combustion Laboratory (CCL)


Mr. Mukut's paper is featured on CTM cover

A figure from Mr. Mukut's paper on Spray-A has has been featured on the cover of Combustion Theory and Modelling, vol. 24(3). This paper presents a detailed study on the effect of multphase radiation and exhaust gas recirculation in soot and NOx formation in high-pressure engine-relevant conditions. (Links: CTM / Researchgate)

IAC 2018

Mr. John Mika, Mr. Jason Moens, and Mr. Ulises Navarez starts UG research

Dated: May 15, 2020

Mr. Tauer, Mr. Moens, and Mr. Navarez will work on software development for radiation modeling in collaboration with Dr. Richard Povinelli. Find out more about them here.


Mr. Tauer and Ms. David starts their graduate degree

Dated: May 15, 2020

Mr. Alec Tauer and Ms. Chloe David have officially started their graduate research at CCL. Alec and Chloe have been undergraduate researcher in the lab since last year. Their graduate research will be continuation of their UG research. Find out more about them here.


Paper accepted in CAEE

Dated: January 16, 2020

A multi-instructor collaborative research on engineering education has been accepted in Computer Application in Engineering Education. This work explores the use of online discussion in engineering education. (Links: CAEE / Researchgate)


Welcome to Mr. Ramos Coelho

Dated: March 02, 2020

Mr. Felipe Ramos Coelho has joined the Computational Combustion Lab as a visiting scholar. Mr. Ramos Coelho is a Ph.D. student from Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. He will be working on efficient spectral models for Monte Carlo methods. Find out more about him here.


Welcome to Ms. Ashley Sanchez and Ms. Sierra Thomas

Dated: February 20, 2020

Ms. Ashley Sanchez (Major: Spanish and Biology) and Ms. Sierra Thomas (Major: Computer Science) have joined the Computational Combustion Lab this spring. Ms. Sanchez will be working with CCL and Haggerty Museum of Arts in developing novel ideas to communicate different aspects of environmental science to the general public. Ms. Thomas will be working on different aspects of high-performance computing related to radiation solvers. Find out more about them here.


Paper accepted in CTM

Dated: January 16, 2020

Mr. Mukut's paper on Spray-A has been accepted in Combustion Theory and Modelling. This paper presents a detaield study on the effect of multphase radiation and exhaust gas recirculation in soot and NOx formation in high-pressure engine-relevant conditions. (Links: CTM / Researchgate)


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