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Modeling Reacting Flows with ANSYS CFD
Posted Mon January 21, 2013 @09:05AM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Modeling Reacting Flows with ANSYS CFD on January 30th.

This webinar series spanning over 5 sessions is an introduction to modeling reacting flows with ANSYS CFD. Our aim is to equip a new user with sufficient knowledge to be successful in modeling reacting flow.

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Reactions are all around us and reacting flow modeling has become crucial to provide insights of the mixing, chemical reactions, heat release and pollutant formation.

Series topics include:

  • Basic concepts and reacting flow models available in ANSYS CFD.
  • Fast chemistry modeling: Premixed, non-premixed and partially premixed models: concepts, applications and best practices. These models are widely used for combustion application like gas turbine and furnace among others.
  • Detailed chemistry modeling : concepts, applications and best practices. Advanced kinetics will address any reacting flow application which is kinetically controlled.
  • Modeling pollutants (soot, NOx) and surface chemistry that is used for applications like CVD and catalytic reactions.
  • Heterogeneous reaction modeling for solid and liquid fuels.

At the end of each session, experts in reacting flow modeling from ANSYS are available to discuss the usability of these models for your current engineering problems/challenges.

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