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Modeling Reacting Flows with ANSYS CFD
Posted Mon April 08, 2013 @03:41PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host part-4 of Modeling Reacting Flows with ANSYS CFD on April 10th.

Reactions are everywhere and reacting flow modeling has become crucial to provide insight into the mixing, chemical reaction, heat release and pollutant formation processes.


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A review of fundamental concepts related to reacting flows was presented in part-1. Theory, modeling approaches and important tips & tricks on fast chemistry models and finite rate chemistry models were discussed in part-2 and part-3.

Part-4 of this webinar series will provide an in-depth understanding of modeling pollutants like NOx and soot using ANSYS CFD. Apart from pollutants, theory and best practices for modeling surface reactions for applications like CVD, hydrocarbon capture, etc will also be discussed in this part. There will be a short Q&A session towards the end of the webinar.

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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