Main interests of the research group include mathematical modeling, numerical methods and software development/application for simulation, analysis and optimization of flow, heat/mass transfer and chemical reactions in full-scale energy conversion systems.
Various fields of investigation are covered, such as:
Currently, research activities focus on clean coal technologies with respect to the modeling of complex processes in full-scale utility boiler pulverized coal-fired furnaces, such as:
in order to increase the combustion efficiency, mitigate the emissions and improve the flexibility of the steam boiler operation and optimize the flow and heat/mass transfer in different energy conversion systems.
We are planning to extended our research to the prediction/implementation of SNCR/SCR methods and combined primary/secondary de-NOx measures, investigation of turbulence-radiation interactions, modeling of premixed flames, etc.
The research staff consists mainly of profienced engineers skilled in research of processes involving combustion and heat exchage in turbulent two-phase flows.
Researcher in mathematical modeling and software development for simulation, analysis and optimization of (co)combustion of pulverized fuels (coal and biomass) in coal fired utility boiler furnaces and other energy conversion systems, in order to improve energy efficiency, reduce pollutants and technology transfer to end-users.
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The group published over 63 papers in scientific journals indexed in WoS and Scopus bases, and presented more than 101 results on international and national conferences, printed in the full paper proceedings or books of abstracts. Selected publications are listed below, while the more complete list of references can be found here. Young researchers successfully completed 5 thesis while working on project the group participated in. More details on completed thesis can be found can be found here. Results produced during the research over the years were successfully implemented in 7 technical solutions, and 1 patent. Published references and succesfully implemented projects attest to the group strength and quality of the research.