Using Simulation to Optimize Reacting Flows and Combustion - Application Brief

From automobile engines to gas turbine generators to fab tools, reacting flow and combustion is often the key to energy efficiency, emissions, lifespan, product yield, and other performance parameters. Simulation can help your engineering team look deeper into reacting flow and combustion issues to understand the complex chemical reactions, fluid flow, heat transfer, electrical performance, and other factors that determine the performance of your product. Simulation enables your engineers to evaluate more design alternatives more thoroughly than traditional prototype-based design and development methods. They can confidently diagnose design alternatives to understand which potential design changes have the best change of improving product performance and evaluate enough design alternatives to get the design right before building a physical prototype. ANSYS simulation tools provide the wide array of different physical domains and physical models integrated with a chemistry solver to ensure that you get reacting flows and combustion right.