Jenn Hall

Princeton Research Computing: Efficiency in Uncertainty – Uncovering the Physics of High-Efficiency, Low-Emissions Combustion

Turbulent combustion is just that. Jet engines and high-power furnaces produce a great amount of energy, along with its byproduct: emissions in the form of soot and other polluting materials. As we eye our future and governments demand ever-cleaner, more efficient performance, Michael Mueller, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, is creating mathematical models of uncertainty that may change the future of the field.


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