Computational Modelling Group

Advanced simulation tools for prediction of flash-back in hydrogen-rich gas turbine combustion

Starting
25th September 2017
Research Team
James Bailey
Investigators
Edward Richardson

Direct numerical simulation of flash back

The project involves the numerical simulation of hydrogen-rich flows using Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) and Large Eddy simulations. Hydrogen rich fuels offer the opportunity to reduce the carbon intensity of energy supply. Hydrogen-rich fuels and other low-carbon energy sources are expect to become increasingly important in this regard. Hydrogen is more reactive and diffusive than conventional hydrocarbon fuels requiring advanced computational methods to optimise the use of these fuels in gas turbines.

Categories

Physical Systems and Engineering simulation: CFD

Programming languages and libraries: Fortran

Computational platforms: ARCHER, Iridis

Transdisciplinary tags: NGCM, Scientific Computing