|Introduction to FORTÉ
Demonstration of how design engineers can use the new FORTÉ CFD Package to get quick and accurate predictions of engine behavior and emissions across the broadest range of fuels with scientifically proven fuel models.
|Soot Modeling in IC Engines with FORTÉ
Demonstrates how to use FORTÉ to simulate diesel combustion with predictions of emissions such as NOx, CO and Unburned Hydrocarbons (UHC).
|Emissions Modeling with FORTÉ
Demonstrates how engine developers can use the FORTÉ CFD Package to predict soot particle sizes and track their progress from formation through agglomeration and reduction in an engine.
|Modeling Engine Knock with FORTÉ
Demonstrates how to use FORTÉ to investigate knocking by creating a set of automated parameter study simulations that vary spark timing, engine boost, and fuel additives and compositions.
|Introduction to ENERGICO
Demonstration of how design engineers can use ENERGICO to seamlessly link detailed combustion chemistry and CFD for accurate simulation of combustion behavior.
|Liquid Fuel Modeling with ENERGICO
Demonstrates how design engineers can use ENERGICO to simulate liquid fuel combustion in gas turbines, burners and industrial processes.
|Soot Modeling in Gas Turbine Combustors, Burners and Boilers with ENERGICO
Demonstrates how to use ENERGICO to investigate soot formation in a liquid fueled gas turbine combustor.
|Evaluating Lean Blow Off in Gas Turbines and Burners with Time-to-Solution that Fits Rapid Design Flows
Demonstrates how to use ENERGICO to evaluate LBO behavior for different designs and operating conditions.
|Introduction to CHEMKIN-PRO
Demonstration of how design engineers can use CHEMKIN-PRO to solve complex chemical design problems.
|Understand Particle Size Distribution with CHEMKIN-PRO
Demonstration of how design engineers can use the Particle Tracking option in CHEMKIN-PRO to specify different chemical processes via a surface chemistry input file, and describe physical processes via the reactor model data.
|CHEMKIN-PRO Reaction Workbench - Jet Fuel Mechanism Reduction for Soot Simulations
Demonstration of how to use Reaction Workbench to create a multi-component surrogate fuel blend for Jet-A liquid fuel that matches real fuel physical properties specifically for the prediction of soot emissions from multiple soot precursors.