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Le mercredi 3 juillet 2019 à 10h

Thierry Magin will give a seminar on Wednesday 3 July, salle Jean Lascoux at LPP Palaiseau on Mutation++ library (MUlticomponent Thermodynamic And Transport properties for IONized gases).
His collaborators (JB Scoggins, and George Bellas) will propose a hands-on session after the talk if you are interested in using it.

10h-10h45 Seminar : Development of physico-chemical fluid models for plasmas, Thierry Magin
10h45-11h Coffee break
11h-11h45 Mutation++ presentation, JB Scoggins (CMAP) and George Bellas (VKI)
11h45-13h30 Lunch break
13h30-15h Hands-on practice, JB Scoggins (CMAP) and George Bellas (VKI) (bring your laptop)

Mutation++ : MUlticomponent Thermodynamic And Transport properties for IONized gases library

The accuracy of engineering predictions in collisional plasma applications strongly depends on the fidelity of the physico-chemical fluid models used to close the governing equations. The MUlticomponent Thermodynamic And Transport properties for IONized gases library written in C++ (MUTATION++) has been developed at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics (https://github.com/mutationpp/Mutationpp) to help centralize physico-chemical models, algorithms, and data into a single software package, which may be shared among several computational tools. This process works seamlessly thanks to a unique design concept called a State Model, providing a description of the equation set which is being solved. The model fidelity ranges from detailed chemistry approaches considering internal energy levels as pseudo-species to multitemperature approaches based on Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution of thermal baths in equilibrium with relevant energy modes. Leveraging the MUTATION++ framework, we can make use of the Open Source community to share and disseminate these contributions with other researchers in the fields of atmospheric entries, electric propulsion, solar physics, and meteors.


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Tutelles : CNRS Ecole Polytechnique Sorbonne Université Université Paris Sud Observatoire de Paris Convention : CEA
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Directeur de la publication : Pascal Chabert (Directeur)