Research Tools and Database for the Combustion Community

Various tools with web-interface are available to community on CloudFlame.

CloudFlame also contains digitized data of fundamental combustion experiments published in various journals.

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Cloudflame is a platform that offers web-enabled tools for fostering combustion research across academia and industry.

We specialize in Research and Development focused around the field of Chemical Kinetics and Computational Fluid Dynamics. We have years of experience in delivering effective research through collaborating with reknown academic and industry partners. Know more about Clean Combustion Research Center here.

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Simulations

Web based Cantera & OpenSmoke simulations with user-friendly interface

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Fuel Design

Design a fuel surrogate for your requirement and estimate surrogate fuel properties with wide variety of tools available

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Thermo Calculator

Generate thermo data based on Benson group additivity method for hydrocarbon species

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Digitized Data

Take advantage of the large amount of digitized data of fundamental combustion experiments published in various journals

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Forum

Engage in discussions with combustion community members by asking/answering questions 

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Services

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Welcome to our New Website

Our new look website at least. We have been working hard to improve the CLOUDflame user experience and deliver an improved product to you, the user. But we are not perfect and hard as we have tried, there is probably still some problems with the website. Therefore, we really appreciate if you identify any issues with the site, please report it. This maybe:

  • A bug when running a simulation or navigating the site
  • Additional features that you would like to see
  • Suggestions and potential areas of improvements

Any feedback would be gratefully received and will go a long way to helping improve the CLOUDflame experience.

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"Real fuels are extremely complex. We have various ways to deal with this complexity, but eventually, it brings us back to fundamentally sound simplified approaches"

Mani Sarathy, Associate Director CCRC