Fire is hazardous scenario for any infrastructure. In the industries, which are involved in storage and handling flammable liquids, fire accidents may occur due to spill of liquid fuels and result in damage of properties and life. A small flame transitions to large fires. The flame spread over liquid fuel surface depends on various factors such as flash point of the fuel, atmospheric conditions and orientation of fuel surface. The objective of the present numerical study is to model flames over liquid methanol surface. The mathematical model describes the phenomenon of evaporation and steady burning of two-dimensional liquid methanol surfaces in cross flow flame configuration. The model incorporated in OpenFOAM is able to predict the mass burning rate and flame structure. The numerical results are compared with the experimental data reported in literature. Parametric studies on cross flow environment have been conducted by varying the free stream air velocity. © Asia-Pacific Conference on Combustion, ASPACC 2019.All right reserved.