Tag Archives: Turbulent Combustion

RAPTOR Turbulent Combustion Code Selected for Next-gen Supercomputer Readiness Project

RAPTOR Turbulent Combustion Code Selected for Next-gen Supercomputer Readiness Project

RAPTOR, a turbulent combustion code developed by Combustion Research Facility mechanical engineer Joseph Oefelein, was selected as one of 13 […]

Dual-Resolution Raman Spectroscopy Allows Simultaneous Measurement of Multiple Hydrocarbons

Dual-Resolution Raman Spectroscopy Allows Simultaneous Measurement of Multiple Hydrocarbons

by Rob Barlow Working with Bob Harmon and Rob Barlow, the CRF’s Gaetano Magnotti has implemented a method of dual-resolution […]

Turbulent Mixed-Mode Combustion Studied in a New Piloted Burner

Turbulent Mixed-Mode Combustion Studied in a New Piloted Burner

By Robert Barlow Flame stability is an important trait of practical combustors that impacts combustion emissions and the ability of […]