Destined to clarify the research, development, and design requirements in modern and computational terms needed for sustainable technological advances. Written for the combustion scientist/engineer to understand radiative effects on the pollution of the environment. Interrelates the process of thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer and turbulence. Includes computational design tools. Lays the foundation for modeling and prediction of chemically reacting combustion systems; collects data for operation of combustion devices. Analyzes the construction, use, and numerical results of combustion systems simulation.
460 pages, ©2005