Bruce Perry


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At NREL, Bruce Perry has expanded his work on turbulence and combustion model development to include the use of machine learning to augment or replace physics-based models in regimes where the established models do not perform well. The overarching goal of his research is to enable high-fidelity simulation of emerging combustion-based clean energy technologies for both transportation and electricity-generation. Bruce’s work spans the range from fundamental to applied, including conceptual development and proof-of-concept studies for novel modeling approaches, implementation of the models in advanced computational fluid dynamics solvers, and application in simulations of real-world combustion systems to aid in their development.

Research Interests

Machine learning models for turbulence and combustion  
Development of computational fluid dynamics codes for next-generation high-performance computing systems 
Simulations of supercritical carbon dioxide power systems

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University

PhD, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University

Master, Mechanical and Aerosapce Engineering, Princeton University


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