Successful completion of this project will also benefit a wide array of industrial and government customers outside NASA whose efforts involve combustion CFD. Customers in automobile and aircraft engine companies, petrochemical companies and energy companies could take advantage of the GPU algorithms to enhance their combustion CFD capabilities for engine design or process optimization. DOE, DOD and NOAA researchers could also utilize these algorithms for a wide range of applications, including combustion modeling, propellant and alloy formation, or atmospheric and air pollution modeling. The GPU algorithms developed in this work will complement NASA's combustion research. These new algorithms can be interfaced with NASA's in-house combustion CFD tools such as the National Combustion Code (NCC), to greatly facilitate modeling of combustion phenomena relevant for analysis of, for instance, gas-turbine engines. Specifically, NASA's capabilities for modeling emissions performance of gas turbine combustors, which requires incorporation of detailed combustion chemistry, will be greatly enhanced. Other NASA applications related to reacting flow simulations, such as rocket or aircraft propulsion or plume modeling, will also benefit from this project.