There is extensive interest in using H2 as a fuel to power internal combustion engines (ICEs), gas turbines (GTs), and rotating detonation engines (RDEs). Several OEMs are either working on or have released prototype engines that use H2 as a fuel. H2 poses several modeling challenges for CFD, stemming from its high injection velocities, low density, high mass diffusivity in air, wide flammability range, high burning velocities, and low ignition energy. In this hands-on training session, we will show how CONVERGE is uniquely suited to address these challenges in relation to various applications, including flame flashback control in dual-fuel ICEs and GTs, lean blowout (LBO) in GTs, accurate NOx modeling, and the transition to detonation in RDEs.
*This session includes hands-on CONVERGE Studio practice.
Introduction to CONVERGE (or equivalent introductory CONVERGE training course)