March 19–22, 2023
College Station, TX - US
13th United States National Combustion Meeting
Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center
177 Joe Routt Blvd
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to learn how autonomous meshing, a suite of advanced physical models, and the ability to simulate complex moving geometries can help you solve your challenging CFD problems.
Senecal, P.K., “Combustion: Clearing the Air on This (Not So) Dirty Word,” 13th United States National Combustion Meeting
, College Station, TX, United States, Mar 19–22, 2023.
Kelly Senecal Convergent Science
Monday, March 20, 2023
8:10 AM CDT
Sunday, March 19, 2023
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM CDT
Chemistry Modeling with CONVERGE
Sameera Wijeyakulasuriya, Senior Principal Engineer, Convergent Science
Shuaishuai Liu, Principal Research Engineer, Convergent Science
CONVERGE is an innovative, multi-purpose computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software that can provide insight into many systems, including internal combustion engines, fuel injectors, sprays, aftertreatment systems, gas turbines, and electric vehicle components.
CONVERGE also features a variety of tools to perform calculations involving chemical kinetics:
- Zero- and one-dimensional calculators for estimating ignition delay, extinction limits, and laminar flamespeed
- Table generation tools for the Flamelet Generated Manifold (FGM) model, tabulated laminar flamespeed (TLF), and tabulated kinetics of ignition (TKI)
- Mechanism extraction, merge, and reduction tools for extracting fuel chemistry from a larger multi-fuel mechanism and combining and decreasing the size of mechanisms
- Mechanism tuning tool to optimize reaction mechanisms
- Pathway flux analysis tool to visualize reaction pathways
- Surrogate blender tool to generate multi-component fuel surrogates (available in CONVERGE Studio, the pre-processor for CONVERGE)
The morning session of this workshop will cover how to set up these tools in CONVERGE Studio. The afternoon session will focus on strategies to effectively use these chemistry tools in CFD combustion simulations for various applications, including H2 combustion.