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Numerische Verbrennungssimulation : effiziente numerische Simulation turbulenter Verbrennung

- P. Gerlinger
- Philosophy
- 2005

Das Buch behandelt die wesentlichen Aspekte der numerischen Simulation von Verbrennungsprozessen. Dazu gehoren die Grundlagen zur mathematischen Beschreibung der Verbrennung, die Modellierung der… Expand

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An implicit multigrid method for turbulent combustion

- P. Gerlinger, H. Moebus, D. Brüggemann
- Mathematics
- 28 February 2001

Abstract An implicit multigrid scheme for solving the Navier–Stokes, turbulence, species, and variance transport equations describing turbulent combustion is presented. Turbulence chemistry… Expand

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Numerical Investigation of Mixing and Combustion Enhancement in Supersonic Combustors by Strut Induced Streamwise Vorticity

- P. Gerlinger, P. Stoll, Markus Kindler, Fernando Schneider, M. Aigner
- Materials Science
- 1 March 2008

A numerical study of mixing and combustion enhancement has been performed for a Mach 2 model scramjet (supersonic combustion ramjet) combustor. Fuel (hydrogen) is injected at supersonic speed through… Expand

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Scalar and joint scalar-velocity-frequency Monte Carlo PDF simulation of supersonic combustion

- H. Moebus, P. Gerlinger, D. Brüggemann
- Chemistry
- 2003

Approaches based on probability density functions (PDF) are a natural choice for the simulation of high-speed and supersonic turbulent reacting flows due to their ability to represent chemical… Expand

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Experimental characterization and numerical simulation of a sooting lifted turbulent jet diffusion flame

- M. Koehler, K. P. Geigle, Thomas Blacha, P. Gerlinger, W. Meier
- Chemistry
- 1 August 2012

Abstract A sooting C 2 H 4 /air jet diffusion flame was investigated experimentally by laser measuring techniques and the results are compared to CFD calculations. The target flame (C 2 H 4 10.4… Expand

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Influence of reaction mechanisms, grid spacing, and inflow conditions on the numerical simulation of lifted supersonic flames

- P. Gerlinger, K. Nold, M. Aigner
- 27 May 2009

The simulation of supersonic combustion requires finite-rate chemistry because chemical and fluid mechanical time scales may be of the same order of magnitude. The size of the chosen reaction… Expand

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Soot predictions in premixed and non-premixed laminar flames using a sectional approach for PAHs and soot

- Thomas Blacha, M. D. Domenico, P. Gerlinger, M. Aigner
- Chemistry
- 2012

Abstract A new soot model is presented, which has been developed for CFD applications, combining accuracy and efficiency. While the chemical reactions of small gas phase species are captured by a… Expand

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Investigation of an assumed pdf approach for finite-rate Chemistry

- P. Gerlinger
- Chemistry
- 1 May 2003

This article deals with high-speed turbulent combustion based on finite-rate chemistry. An assumed probability density function (PDF) approach is used to account for turbulence chemistry interaction.… Expand

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Comparison of Eulerian and Lagrangian Monte Carlo PDF methods for turbulent diffusion flames

- H. Moebus, P. Gerlinger, D. Brüggemann
- Mathematics
- 1 February 2001

Methods based on Monte Carlo solutions of the transport equation for the joint probability density function (pdf) of scalars are considered to be among the most promising approaches for modeling… Expand

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Numerical Investigation of Hydrogen Strut Injections into Supersonic Airflows

- P. Gerlinger, D. Br-uacute, ggemann
- Materials Science
- 2000

The in uence of different injector geometries on the mixing behavior of planar supersonic jets is investigated. Hydrogen is injected in the owdirection throughthebluntendofa strut.Different lip… Expand

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