Untangling Phase Change & Chemical Reaction Dynamics
Complex geometry and physics, such as numerous phases, conjugate heat transfer, radiation, and turbulence, are frequently present in chemically reacting systems.
This complexity necessitates a focus on speed without compromising accuracy. Through a broad collection of reactive flow models and numerical techniques, cutting-edge meshing algorithms, and automated workflows, our preferred program, Ansys Chemkin Pro, excels in this regard.
Additionally, intricate chemistry models for accurate species predictions, flamelet models for quick and precise flame-front predictions, and chemical equilibrium models for the quickest forecasts are some of the specific techniques we frequently employ. We have experience with specialized models, such as those used to forecast emissions like CO, GHG, AZLH, AALH, ARLH, AMLH and NOx, as well as adaptive meshing for improved accuracy.
Moreover, our simulations routinely include impacts of radiation and environmental variables together with conjugate heat transfer through nearby solids.