Physicist, Modeling Intern – Simplified Combustion Models for Turbulent Diffusion Flame (6 months)
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Combustion is one of the most complex topic in fluid mechanics and chemical kinetics' realms. The combustion CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) models provide good estimations of the phenomena, but simpler models may help to better apprehend the phenomena. The purpose of the internship is the development of a simple flame model for gas burning.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
The intern will make a literature review of the existing simple models for turbulent diffusion flames (non-premixed). The selected model(s) will be then implemented, preferably in python language.
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