Alabama-Huntsville doctoral candidate Omid Samimi and chemical engineering chair C.P. Chen discuss computer simulation of evaporating fuel sprays.
Researchers at the University of Alabama-Huntsville create a computer model that targets higher power and cleaner combustion in the entire range of engines from those in motorcycles to rockets. Chien-Pin Chen, chairman of the university’s UA Huntsville's chemical engineering department, headed the research effort to create a model that reduces the expense of evaluating fuel-efficiency calculations. “That's the reason we are so excited about this research,” he ...
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