New approach to turbulent combustion modelling based on Multiple Mapping Conditioning (2006–2008)

Multiple Mapping Conditioning (MMC) is a new revolutionary approach to turbulent non-premixed combustion modelling that unifies and supersedes almost all known models in the area. MMC has been recently suggested by the CI and it effectively merges two major existing groups of the models into a single powerful tool. MMC is a methodology rather than a specific model: it is based on a set of established principles that are consistent with the properties of turbulent mixing and transport. The goal of this project is practical development and implementation of the specific models based on MMC principles. Implementation of the MMC methodology would change how turbulent combustion processes are evaluated and optimised.
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
  • Reader
    School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering
    Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology
Funded by:
Australian Research Council