On the Mixing Problem of an Axi-Symmetric Free Jet into Air Including Chemical Reactions
GENERAL DYNAMICS SAN DIEGO CA CONVAIR DIV
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Velocity and temperature fields together with specie concentrations are computed for an axially symmetric, supersonic, hot, free jet mixing with quiescent air. Based on simplifying assumptions regarding the chemistry involved, the problem can be divided in two parts. One of these parts is to determine the velocity and temperature field. The second part consists of integrating the continuity of the specie equations when the solution to the first part of the problem is obtained. Two different cases are considered frozen and equilibrium flow.
- Fluid Mechanics