Special Issue "Modelling, Simulation and Control in Combustion Processes of Renewable Fuels"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 August 2022 | Viewed by 8343
Interests: modelling; simulation and control of machines and processes
Interests: combustion processes of solid fuels in fluidized bed; emission control; carbon capture and storage/utilization
The modelling and simulation of combustion processes is still a challenging field. In principle, it requires the integration of heat and mass transfer, flow conditions, and reaction chemistry. Available tools for such modelling are very different, and are usually problem-specific. One special field of interest is fluidized bed combustion of solid fuels, which additionally encounter the fluidized bed hydrodynamics and particle interactions. Recent trends in the field are focusing on more detailed description and understanding of burn-out mechanism of solid fuel particles, which is essential for modelling to have reasonable outputs. From a control point of view, dynamic models of combustion processes are very important, for example, in model-based control algorithms. Due to their complexity, dynamic modelling based on partial differential equations and parameter identification for the corresponding transient models is a topical problem, which can be solved using a comprehensive approach based on experimental data, numerical simulation, regression modeling, and also artificial intelligence methods. One common challenge is validation of the models in real process, which requires in-depth and precise measurements that is typically complicated by limited access into the combustion process zone. This information is important also for control and monitoring of the combustion processes.
This Special Issue on “Modelling, Simulation and Control in Combustion Processes of Renewable Fuels” aims to curate novel advances in the development and application of computational modelling and advanced control to address longstanding challenges in energy efficiency increase and environmental pollution decrease arising also from renewable fuels combustion. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Description of current problems in combustion processes of renewable fuels and possible solutions;
- Up-to-date tools for reaction chemistry modelling and flow, heat and mass transfer simulation during combustion processes
- Numerical simulation of transient combustion processes
- Parameter identification for models of combustion processes
- Advanced control algorithms of combustion processes
- Sensors for monitoring and control of combustion processes
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jan Hrdlička
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ivan Pavlenko
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- Renewable Fuels