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HTTC: Hybrid Transported-Tabulated Chemistry.

Guillaume Ribert

Motivations are the development of tools for accurately simulating ignition, flame stability, quenching and pollution that implies to introduce detailed chemistry into the modeling loop. Global or reduced chemical schemes are known to lack of generic character and to strongly reduce prediction capabilities. Multidimensional chemical look-up tables may lead to very large databases, which may not be that handy in the context of massively parallel computing. An alternative combining fully detailed-chemistry solving with tabulation of intermediates from their self-similar response is explored in this work.

Guillaume Ribert
CORIA and INSA de Rouen

Modeling Strategy

Concept HTTC


Concept HTTC

First Results:

Concept HTTC


  1. G. Ribert, L. Vervisch, P. Domingo, Y.-S. Niu (2014) Hybrid transported-tabulated strategy to downsize detailed chemistry for numerical simulation of flames, Flow Turbul. Combust. (92): 175 - 200. DOI 10.1007/s10494-013-9520-6 link.
  2. G. Ribert, K. Wang and L. Vervisch, A multi-zone self-similar chemistry tabulation with application to auto-ignition including cool-flames effects, Fuel (91): 87 - 92, (2012). link
  3. K. Wang, G. Ribert P. Domingo and L. Vervisch, Self-similar behavior of burnt gases diluted premixed flamelets including heat-loss, Combust. Theory Model. (14): 541 - 570, (2010). link
  4. G. Ribert, O. Gicquel, N. Darabiha and D. Veynante, Tabulation of complex chemistry based on self-similar beahaviour of laminar premixed flames, Combust. Flame, (146): 649 - 664, (2006). link