PyKED: A Python-based Tool Supporting Data Analysis and Experimental Reproducibility in Combustion

The combustion and chemical kinetics communities need standardized data formats for experimental measurements as well as tools for working with them, for applications such as chemical kinetic model analysis and validation. In addition, reproducing processing and analysis of experimental data requires detailed descriptions of the physical setup and processing techniques. This talk will describe the design and components of PyKED, a Python-based open-source tool for validating, analyzing, and working with standard data formats for measurements in combustion, for the purposes of data analysis and experimental reproducibility.

Kyle  NiemeyerSpeaker: Kyle Niemeyer, Oregon State University
 Speaker: Bryan Weber, University of Connecticut