Adaptive low mach number simulations of a premixed turbulent laboratory burner

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A parallel adaptive low Mach number model is used to study an experimental lean premixed turbulent methane V-flame that is stabilized on a rod spanning the exit plane of a circular nozzle. The fuel is turbulent due to an upstream perforated-plate, and the resulting flame extends downstream of the rod. We present three-dimensional time-dependent simulations of this configuration. The computations incorporate detailed reaction chemistry and transport using a dynamically adaptive block-structured grid algorithm and a time-split integration procedure. Flow field and flame surface statistics are gathered from the experiment and are compared to the computed results.

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Day, M.S.; Bell, J.B.; Lijewski, M.J.; Johnson, M.; Cheng, R.K. & Shepherd, I.G. October 20, 2003.

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A parallel adaptive low Mach number model is used to study an experimental lean premixed turbulent methane V-flame that is stabilized on a rod spanning the exit plane of a circular nozzle. The fuel is turbulent due to an upstream perforated-plate, and the resulting flame extends downstream of the rod. We present three-dimensional time-dependent simulations of this configuration. The computations incorporate detailed reaction chemistry and transport using a dynamically adaptive block-structured grid algorithm and a time-split integration procedure. Flow field and flame surface statistics are gathered from the experiment and are compared to the computed results.

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  • The Fall 2003 Meeting of the Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, UCLA Campus (UCLA Faculty Center), Los Angeles, CA (US), 10/20/2003--10/21/2003

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  • Report No.: LBNL--53986
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Day, M.S.; Bell, J.B.; Lijewski, M.J.; Johnson, M.; Cheng, R.K. & Shepherd, I.G. Adaptive low mach number simulations of a premixed turbulent laboratory burner, article, October 20, 2003; Berkeley, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc740185/: accessed September 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.