Computational Combustion Laboratory (CCL) 
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Computational Combustion Modeling  Combustiongenerated Pollutants  Atmospheric Soot  Highperformance Computing
Radiation is one of the most important mode of heat transfer in any combustion system [1,2]. Accurate modeling of radiative transfer, however, is very complex and computationally very intensive, even for relatively simple configurations. Difficulties of resolving radiation in combustion system stems from two direction: (
This project aims to improve the current stateoftheart of LBL/PMC scheme to increase its scalability so that it can be employed in massively parallel computations without loosing accuracy.
[1] Modest, M. Radiative Heat Transfer, 3rd Ed. Academic Press, NY, U.S. 2013.
[2] Modest, M and Haworth, D. Radiative Heat Transfer in Turbulent Combustion Systems: Theory and Applications. 1st Ed. Springer. 2016.


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