Advanced Combustion Theory and Modeling MECH 658
Catalog Description: This course builds upon the introductory concepts in MECH 558 Combustion by examining the asymptotic structure of premixed and nonpremixed flames, limit phenomena, multiphase and supersonic combustion.
Textbook: Combustion Physics, by C.K. Law, Cambridge University Press, 1st Edition, 2006. Location and Meeting Times: Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., Engineering, E206 Instructor: Anthony J. Marchese Download Course Syllabus Office: A103 H Engineering Lab: Engines and Energy Conversion Lab 

home and objectives  Technical Objectives: MECH 658 builds upon the concepts presented in MECH 558 Combustion, focusing on development and solution of the transientconvectivediffusivereactive equations chemically reacting flow systems. These governing equations will be used to solve a variety of steady premixed and nonpremixed flames, as well as unsteady phenomena such as ignition and extinction. Upon completion of the course, a student will have met the following technical objectives:

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chemkin 4.1  
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