Tim Broeckhoven

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The present paper describes the use of compact upwind and compact central schemes in a Finite Volume formulation with an extension towards arbitrary meshes. The different schemes are analyzed and tested on several numerical experiments. A new formulation of artificial selective damping that is applicable on non-uniform Cartesian meshes is presented. Results(More)
A variety of reasons makes it desirable to fully predict flow fields in gas combustors: cost reduction in the testing phase, increase in performance and durability of gas turbines and a reduction of pollutants. The key aspect in modeling turbulent reactive flows is the realistic representation of the turbulence-chemistry interaction. The combustion process(More)
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