Postdoctoral Researcher, Computational Research Division
Affiliation and Research Interests
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering (CCSE) in the Computational Research Division of the Computing Sciences Directorate at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
I am currently interested in the development of numerical methods to integrate ODEs. Such equations typically arise when trying to model turbulent flows involving chemical reactions. I am working with the open-source PeleC (compressible) and PeleLM (Low Mach) direct numerical solvers. Within this framework, I am also working on porting the chemistry integration to hybrid CPU/GPU architectures using CUDA. This work is in collaboration with the SUNDIALS group at the LLNL.
A. Felden, P. Pepiot, L. Esclapez, E. Riber and B. Cuenot - Including analytically reduced chemistry (ARC) in CFD applications Acta Astronautica 158 (2019) 444-459. [doi],
O. Schulz, E. Piccoli, A. Felden, G. Staffelbach and N. Noiray - Autoignition-cascade in the windward mixing layer of a premixed jet in hot vitiated crossflow Combustion and Flame 201 (2019) 215-233.
L. Gallen, A. Felden, E. Riber and B. Cuenot - Lagrangian tracking of soot particles in LES of gas turbines. Proceedings of the combustion institute 37 (2018) 5429-5436.
A. Felden, L. Esclapez, E. Riber, B. Cuenot and H. Wang - Including real fuel chemistry in LES of turbulent spray combustion. Combustion and Flame 191 (2018) 270-286
A. Felden, E. Riber and B. Cuenot - Impact of direct integration of Analytically Reduced Chemistry in LES of a sooting swirled non-premixed combustor. Combustion and Flame 193 (2018) 397-416
A. Felden, L. Esclapez, A. Misdariis, E. Riber, B. Cuenot, and H. Wang - Including real fuel chemistry in Large-Eddy Simulations, 7th European Conference for Aeronautics and Aerosp Sciences (EUCASS) (2017) Milan, Italy
A. Felden, E. Riber, B. Cuenot, E. Esclapez, M. Ihme and H. Wang - Including real fuel chemistry in LES of turbulent combustion, Proceedings of the Summer Program (2016) Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University, USA