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Modeling Reacting Flows with Detailed Chemical Kinetics
Posted Tue February 23, 2010 @10:10AM
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News ANSYS will host Modeling Reacting Flows with Detailed Chemical Kinetics in ANSYS CFD on Wednesday February 24th and again on Wednesday March 24th.

The one hour webinar will share experiences in modeling reacting flows with detailed chemical kinetics and summarize best practices for various real-life applications.


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Reacting flow simulations with detailed chemical kinetics are important to a broad range of applications in gas turbine combustors and IC engines, chemical and pharmaceutical reactors, and power generation equipment. With the advances in computational power and software capabilities simulations with detailed chemical kinetics have proven to be feasible now. However, the combination of complex physics and chemical kinetics poses challenging modeling questions and frequently results in numerically stiff problems.

Our panel of experts will be available to answer any question related to this topic live via WebEx. Please join this session to learn how to increase your productivity in solving reacting flows accurately. Ask your own questions or simply listen in on the discussion. Join us for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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