Anirudh Jonnalagadda, FLAME Lab, Dept. of Computational and Data Sciences,Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Development of open-source software for exa-scale computations of heterogeneous reacting flow
Abstract: Catalyst-assisted heterogeneous reacting flows are a ubiquitous and integral component of several chemical industries. As such, a thorough understanding of the interactions between the reacting flow and catalytic media is of significant value to both academia as well as industry. In this talk, I will present recent efforts made in extending an open-source, adaptive mesh refinement enabled, low Mach number reacting flow solver, PeleLM (https://amrex-combustion.github.io/PeleLM<https://amrex-combustion.github.io/PeleLM/),>), to include heterogeneous combustion capabilities. Specifically, I will focus on how pore-scale heterogeneous chemical kinetics relevant to CH4-Pt combustion is made available to the solver, along with the on-going development for testing the added capabilities. Since the underlying PeleLM framework is suited for high performance Exa-scale compute architectures, the proposed solver is expected to facilitate theoretically and practically relevant high fidelity numerical workloads of catalytic reacting flows with detailed reaction chemistry.
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