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Simulations of diffusion-reaction equations with implications to turbulent combustion modeling
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Sharath S. Girimaji.|
|Series||ICASE report -- no. 93-69., NASA contractor report -- 191536., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-191536.|
|Contributions||Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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A detailed numerical simulation of ethanol turbulent spray combustion on a rounded jet flame is presented in this article. The focus is to propose a robust mathematical model with relatively low complexity submodels to reproduce the main characteristics of the coupling between both phases, such as the turbulence modulation, turbulent droplets Cited by: 2. A subgrid scale model for large eddy simulations of turbulent premixed combustion is developed and validated. The approach is based on the concept of artificially thickened flames, keeping constant the laminar flame speed s l 0. This thickening is simply achieved by decreasing the pre-exponential factor of the chemical Arrhenius law whereas the molecular diffusion is Cited by:
Two-equation model k-φ family The main drawback of the k one-equation model is the incomplete representation of the two scales required to build the eddy viscosity; two-equation models attempt to represent both scales independently. • All models use the transport equation for the turbulent kinetic energy k • Several transport variables are. Section 4 contains the results of the simulation and a discussion of its implications to turbulent combustion modeling. The paper concludes in Section 5 with a summary. Consider the mixing and reaction of n scalars (of mass fractions ¢_, a = 1,n) in a .
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The DRS model is close enough to the scalar equations in a reacting flow that other statistical models of turbulent mixing that decouple the velocity field from scalar mixing and reaction (e.g Author: Sharath Girimaji.
It simplifies the complex multi-scale and nonlinear interaction between chemistry and turbulence to allow a broader audience to understand the modeling and numerical simulations of turbulent combustion, which remains at the forefront of research due to its industrial : Hardcover.
Simulations of diffusion-reaction equations with implications to turbulent combustion modeling. By Sharath S. Girimaji. Abstract. An enhanced diffusion-reaction reaction system (DRS) is proposed as a statistical model for the evolution of multiple scalars undergoing mixing and reaction in an isotropic turbulence field.
The DRS model is close Author: Sharath S. Girimaji. The DRS model is close enough to the scalar equations in a reacting flow that other statistical models of turbulent mixing that decouple the velocity field from scalar mixing and reaction (e.g. mapping closure model, assumed-pdf models) cannot distinguish the model equations from the original equations.
Numerical simulations of DRS are performed for three scalars Author: Sharath S. Girimaji. the two sets of equations. Numerical simulation of the model DRS equations is computation-ally much less intensive than DNS of the original equations and nearly as useful a purpose in understanding and evaluating turbulent combustion models.
Simulations of the DRS equations are performed to (i) shed some light on the effect of reaction on scalar field. The DRS model is close enough to the scalar equations in a reacting flow that other statistical models of turbulent mixing that decouple the velocity field from scalar mixing and reaction (e.g.
mapping closure model, assumed-pdf models) cannot distinguish the model equations from the original equations. Numerical simulations of DRS are performed for three scalars.
The simulation is allowed to run for long enough so that the flow achieves a statistically stationary state. In Fig. 5a–c, the evolution of the two components of mean velocity, mean mole-fractions of two major and two minor species are plotted at fixed time-series for the plotted physical and composition variables confirm that statistical stationarity has been Cited by: The asymptotic state of the pdf for Group 1 is a 8-function at unity, and for Group 2, it is a 6-function at ~be = Implications to turbulent combustion modeling It was mentioned earlier that the simulations of the DRS equations can be used to evaluate other mixing models that decouple the scalar and velocity by: performance of the LES turbulent deflagration model is also evaluated in a series of benchmark FDS-based simulations corresponding to propagating laminar or turbulent flames.
KEYWORDS: CFD, large eddy simulation, modeling, explosion, deflagration, premixed turbulent combustion INTRODUCTION. Numerical Combustion Modeling for Complex Reaction Systems PROEFSCHRIFT ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, op gezag van de Rector Magnificus, C.J.
van Duijn, voor een commissie aangewezen door het College voor Promoties in het openbaar te verdedigen op dinsdag 13 februari om uur. Reaction-diffusion equations are members of a more general class known as partial differential equations (PDEs), so called because they involvethe partial derivativesof functions of many variables.
In the case of a reaction-diffusion equation, c depends on t. The numerical modeling of turbulent combustion problems is based on the solution of a set of conservation equations for momentum and scalars, plus additional auxiliary equations.
These equations have very well-defined foundations in their instantaneous and spatially-resolved forms and they represent a myriad of problems that are encountered in Cited by: 5.
The model can be effective for SNe simulations. In this way, the turbulent nuclear flame is described by the joint PDF of the mixture fraction and a reaction progress variable. With the specification of the joint PDF, or its determination by other means, some dynamical features of the flame can be : Arash G.
Nouri, Peyman Givi, Daniel Livescu. Numerical simulation of flames is a growing field bringing important improvements to our understanding of combustion. The main issues and related closures of turbulent combustion modeling are reviewed. Combustion problems involve strong coupling between chemistry, transport and fluid by: Get this from a library.
Simulations of diffusion-reaction equations with implications to turbulent combustion modeling. [Sharath S Girimaji; Langley Research Center.]. This equation allows the turbulent flame to propagate at a turbulent speed s T =Es 0 L while keeping a thickness of the order of δ 1 L =Fδ 0 L.
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