In several applications such as meteorology or combustion, it is difficult to consider detailed radiative transfer modeling because of the high computing cost due to the numerous coupled physical phenomena such as fluid mechanics, heat transfer and chemistry. The aim of this work is to present an attempt to couple a highly accurate radiative transfer model to an advanced combustion code. This approach is based on a recently identified specific feature of Monte Carlo Methods. They provide not only the radiative source field but also its sensitivities to temperatures and concentrations with no additional random procedure. To illustrate this approach, a coupled simulation applied to a 1-D counterflow flame is presented.

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