@misc{5920aa88708344318f886e82a39c6043,

title = "Multiphysics Time-Integration for Turbulent Combustion at the Exascale",

abstract = "Turbulent reacting flow systems are often modeled with coupled time-dependent partial differential equations (PDEs). Solving such equations can easily tax the world's largest supercomputers. One pragmatic strategy for attacking such problems is to split the PDEs into components that can more easily be solved in isolation. This generic operator-splitting strategy leads to a set of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) that need to be solved as part of an {"}outer-loop{"} time-stepping approach. In many combustion applications, the ODEs to be solved can be very stiff, exhibiting timescales that span many orders of magnitude. The SUNDIALS library provides a plethora of robust time integration algorithms for solving these ODEs on exascale-capable computing hardware, yet for many complex applications (such multicomponent fuels or emissions predictions), the chemical models remain too complex to solve using reasonable resources. The Quasi-Steady State Approximation (QSSA) can be an effective tool for reducing the size and stiffness of the simulations. In this talk, I will discuss the use of the SUDIALS library of ODE solvers together with automatic code generation tools to solve complex turbulent reacting flow problems using QSSA models.",

keywords = "chemistry, combustion, exascale, sundials",

author = "Marc Day and Nicholas Wimer and Malik Hassanaly and Lucas Esclapez and Anne Felden and Julia Ream and {Henry de Frahan}, Marc and Jon Rood",

year = "2024",

language = "American English",

series = "Presented at the SIAM Annual Meeting (AN24), 8-12 July 2024, Spokane, Washington",

type = "Other",

}