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Spray and Particle Flow Modeling for Automotive Applications
Posted Thu April 27, 2006 @09:51AM
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News Want to learn more about using CFD for your particle flow and spray simulations? Then join Fluent for a one hour online event on May 18, 2006 covering Spray and Particle Flow Modeling for Automotive Applicationsand learn about the basic background of the CFD models involved in spray modeling, examine test validation results and come away with useful tips and tricks for creating your own simulations.

Topics of interest:

  • liquid injection and atomization
  • particle erosion modeling
  • particle separation in cyclone devices

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The seminar presenter, Dr. Yong Yi, joined Fluent Inc. in 2002, after completing his PhD at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Working at the Engine Research Center under Professor Rolf Reitz, his research focused on the spray and mixing processes and their influences on combustion and emissions in diesel engines.

During this work he developed a 1-D jet primary breakup model and multi-component high-pressure evaporation model. His previous education includes a masterís in Mechanical Engineering from Florida International University, a masterís in Power Engineering from Chongqing University, and bachelorís degree in Aerospace Engineering from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. While in China, he also served as a college instructor for three years.

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