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發佈日期 2010-08-17


八月份CHEMKIN新聞


Combustion Simulation Chronicles 
August 2010

In This Issue
In the Spotlight
Distinguished Speaker Series - Connecting with Industry Leaders
2010 SAE Excellence in Oral Presentation Award
CHEMKIN in Combustion Workshop Proceedings Now Available
MFC II Mid-year Meetings
Keynote Speaker at SAE 2010 Powertrains, Fuels & Lurbrican''ts Meeting
THIESEL 2010
CHEMKIN Training
Quick Links

Greetings! 
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Welcome to Combustion Simulation Chronicles, Reaction Design''s newsletter, delivering the latest news of our products and services.
 
In the Spotlight
How Do You Determine Ignition Delay? 
   

Ignition Delay (or ignition time) is an important phenomenon for a fuel and is often used as a metric for validating a newly developed or modified mechanism.  When searching the literature for ignition time values, you must be careful when comparing the values calculated in CHEMKIN-PRO to the experimental data.  Why? Because different methods can be used to determine when ignition occurs, e.g. temperature change, maximum species fraction, etc.  To handle all types of experimental data, CHEMKIN-PRO supports multiple options that can be used to predict Ignition Delay.  These options can be found on the Output à Ignition Delay panel when using the Closed Homogeneous Batch Reactor.  When working with experimental data from the literature, keep in mind the source of the data and how it was measured.  You can read more about Ignition Delay in the Application Note on the Reaction Design website.


Reaction Design Distinguished Speaker Series
YouTubeCheck out the interview with Dr. Charlie Westbrook where he
discusses how powerful computers allowed him to simulate the chemistry from methane in 1980 to hexadecane today.  
 

Charlie Westbrook is a senior scientist at Lawrence National Laboratory, president of the Combustion Institute, and chief technical advisor of the Model Fuels Consortium.


Click here to watch the video.
Reaction Design''s Dr. Long Liang Receives 2010 SAE Excellence in Oral Presentation Award
SAE International
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We''re proud to announce that Dr. Long Liang is a recipient of the 2010
 SAE Excellence in Oral Presentation Award for his talk entitled "Efficient Simulation of Diesel Engine Combustion Using Realistic Chemical Kinetics in CFD". The award was presented to those who gave outstanding presentations during the SAE 2010 World Congress in Detroit, MI as determined by attendee votes.
 

The presentation highlighted the results of applying an innovative suite of software tools and techniques aimed at reducing the high computational cost of solving detailed chemistry in a large engine CFD simulation.

7th Biennial CHEMKIN in Combustion Workshop Proceedings Now Available 
 
CK_WorkshopAt the 33rd International Symposium on Combustion in Beijing, China, Reaction Design held its 7th Biennial CHEMKIN in Combustion Workshop.  Thank you to all the commercial and academic participants for making the workshop such a success!
 
 
Presentations from the 2010 CHEMKIN in Combustion Workshop are now available for download.
 
Model Fuels Consortium (MFC) II Mid-Year Meetings
 
The Model Fuels Consortium, the highly regarded, industry-funded project for the development of cleaner-burning, higher-mileage vehicles, held two mid-year meetings: one in Frankfurt,Germany, during June; and another in Tokyo, Japan, during July.  Members from all over gathered for an overview of the Consortium''s excellent progress.
 
Dr. Ellen Meeks, Reaction Design''s VP of Development to be Keynote Speaker at SAE 2010 Powertrains, Fuels and Lubricants Meeting

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 We are pleased to announce Dr. Ellen Meeks will deliver the keynote address at the SAE 2010 Powertrains Fuels and Lubricants Meeting on October 25, 2010 in San Diego, California.
Reaction Design to Present at THIESEL 2010 in Valencia, Spain
 

THIESEL 2010 is a conference on Thermo and Fluid Dynamic Processes in Diesel Engines.  Reaction Design will present a poster entitled "Use of Detailed Kinetics and Advanced Chemistry-Solution Techniques in CFD to Investigate Dual-Fuel Engine Concepts" September 14-17, 2010.

CHEMKIN Training - October 12-14, 2010
trainingRegister in advance and receive a discount for the CHEMKIN training class intended for users of all abilities to be held in San Diego, California, on October 12-14, 2010.

This course will review CHEMKIN fundamentals, provide practical examples of CHEMKIN applications, and allow hands-on use of the features of CHEMKIN and CHEMKIN-PRO, including a full day dedicated to the Particle Tracking capability.  
  
Register Today!

View the complete course details and the registration form.
For more information, contact Reaction Design at info@reactiondesign.com
 
 
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