A Presumed Joint pdf Model for Turbulent Combustion with Varying Equivalence Ratio

@article{Darbyshire2012APJ,
  title={A Presumed Joint pdf Model for Turbulent Combustion with Varying Equivalence Ratio},
  author={Oliver Darbyshire and Nedunchezhian Swaminathan},
  journal={Combustion Science and Technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={184},
  pages={2036 - 2067}
}
Modeling of the joint probability density function of the mixture fraction and progress variable with a given covariance value is studied. This modeling is validated using experimental and direct numerical simulation (DNS) data. A very good agreement with experimental data of turbulent stratified flames and DNS data of a lifted hydrogen jet flame is obtained. The effect of using this joint pdf modeling to calculate the mean reaction rate with a flamelet closure in Reynolds averaged Navier… 
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