Universal Laminar Flame Solver (ULF)
2017-06-28T18:13:34Z (GMT) by
Poster which showcases the capabilities of the Universal Laminar Flame (ULF) solver, an object oriented computer code written in C++. The solver may be used to solve differential equations with strong ties to chemically reacting flows (0D/1D problems). Due to its modularity, the code is easily customisable and allows implementing new equations almost as writing them on paper. To date, the software includes a variety of chemical reactor and 1D flame models (incl. flamelet models).
The code is under active development at TU Bergakademie Freiberg at the chair of Numerical Thermo-Fluid Dynamics (NTFD) lead by Professor Christian Hasse.