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My research interests are in the development of sustainable energy technologies for both stationary power generation and transportation needs. I have a particular interest in the development of efficient numerical simulation tools which can be used to solve problems in these areas. I am the primary developer and maintainer of Cantera, an open-source chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, and transport package. I am also the author of Ember, a tool for simulating unsteady strained and quasi-1D flames. Some of my recent work has been on evaluating the role of fuel properties and standards in determining the environmental impacts of transportation fuels, assessing the environmental impacts of future supersonic commercial aircraft, and developing models to investigate the impacts of aircraft contrails.
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|Ray Speth joined the Climate CoLab community||Apr 26, 2016|