Turbulence and combustion computational research group

Welcome to the

turbulence and combustion
computational research group

Main research interests of the Turbulence and Combustion Computational Research Group focus on mathematical modeling, numerical methods and software development and application for simulation of complex flow, heat and mass transfer in energy conversion systems. Predictions made with such models and codes offer great potential for use in analysis and optimization of the processes with respect to energy efficiency improvements and emission reduction. Various fields of investigation are covered, such as: turbulence and combustion modeling, modeling of thermal radiation, mathematical modeling of two-phase turbulent flows with heat and mass transfer and chemical reactions, development of 3D computer codes applied for clean and efficient utilization of pulverized coal, problems in renewable energy sources utilization, etc. The group encompasses a broad range of activities, from fundamental research to application of numerical methods in optimization of boiler furnaces and other energy conversion systems.