School of Engineering
My research interests lie in the high fidelity simulation of reacting flows and the development of combustion models. More specifically, I am interested in developing robust, highly parallel CFD codes which can handle complex geometries with detailed chemical/fluid-dynamic processes. These codes can be used to simulate combustion processes inside real engines such as gas turbines or internal combustion engines to help design clean and efficient combustion systems. In addition, I am also interested in developing models for various combustion processes such as combustion instability, turbulent flame speeds, mixing of fuel and oxidizer, droplet breakout.
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