The project deals with mathematical modelling of the thermochemical conversion of various biofuels in fixed beds. The aim is to advance the state-of-the-art by addressing the two most important challenges in this field: 1) The dependence of the volatile release on the fuel properties, the heating rate and the surrounding temperature; and 2) Computationally efficient descriptions of the thermochemical conversion of heterogeneous fuel beds, accounting for variations in fuel size, shape and composition.
Professor at Energy and Environment, Energy Technology
Forskarassistent at Applied Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics
Funding years 2014–2017
Area of Advance