Direct numerical simulations of supercritical fluid mixing layers applied to heptane–nitrogen

@article{Miller2001DirectNS,
  title={Direct numerical simulations of supercritical fluid mixing layers applied to heptane–nitrogen},
  author={R. Miller and K. Harstad and J. Bellan},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2001},
  volume={436},
  pages={1-39}
}
  • R. Miller, K. Harstad, J. Bellan
  • Published 2001
  • Physics
  • Journal of Fluid Mechanics
  • Direct numerical simulations (DNS) are conducted of a model hydrocarbon{nitrogen mixing layer under supercritical conditions. The temporally developing mixing layer conguration is studied using heptane and nitrogen supercritical fluid streams at a pressure of 60 atm as a model system related to practical hydrocarbon-fuel/air systems. An entirely self-consistent cubic Peng{Robinson equation of state is used to describe all thermodynamic mixture variables, including the pressure, internal energy… CONTINUE READING
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