CFD & PROPULSION LABORATORY
We focus our research on the development of high-performance computational fluid dynamics (CFD) algorithms for modeling and simulation of aerospace propulsion systems on next-generation computer architectures. With new opportunities in high performance computing (HPC), we explore novel programming models and high-order CFD algorithms to advance HPC CFD for flows encountered in next-generation aerospace propulsion systems, and improve the design, analysis, and optimization.
Analysis of turbofan with perturbed inflow
Pre-chamber modeling in natural gas engine
Spray modeling in diesel engine
Mach 2 planar shock-driven combustion of a hydrogen bubble with 9-species, 19-reactions on mapped AMR grids (above 4 videos)
Low-speed Syngas combustion in a planar burner with two air jets embedded in the wall (above 2 videos)
Mach 10 Woodward-Colella Mach reflection ramp at 30º
Reacting H2-O2 Richtmyer-Meshkov instability
- Congratulations to Landon Owen on receiving the job offer from Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, California, and starting his position as a postdoctoral scientist in August 2019.
- Dr. Guzik gave an invited seminar on “Achieving Concurrent Processing of Iterative Algorithms on Heterogeneous Architectures with Task-Based Parallelism” at the Center for Applied Scientific Computing in Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on April 8, 2019.
- Congratulations to Justin Weinmeister on receiving the job offer from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and starting his position in July 2018.