Fundamental Modelling of Three-Dimensional Two-Phase Reacting Flow Systems.
Final rept. 1 Mar-31 Dec 79,
SHEFFIELD UNIV (ENGLAND) DEPT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND FUEL TECHNOLOGY
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A mathematical model capable of predicting three-dimensional, steady, incompressible, swirlingnonswirling, recirculating turbulent cold and reacting flows inside combustion chambers with different geometric configurations and load conditions is presented. The model included in this report is restricted to physical models which include a hydrodynamic turbulence model the universal two-equation model of turbulence known as k-epsilon model, a single-phase combustion model for both premixed and unmixed inlet fuel-air mixtures and a six-flux radiation model.
- Fluid Mechanics