Flamelet Modeling of Lifted Turbulent Methane / Air and Propane / Air Jet Diffusion Flames

@inproceedings{Chen2001FlameletMO,
  title={Flamelet Modeling of Lifted Turbulent Methane / Air and Propane / Air Jet Diffusion Flames},
  author={Mingjie Chen and Norbert Peters},
  year={2001}
}
The stabilization mechanism of lifted turbulent jet diffusion flames is a test problem for models of partially premixed turbulent combustion. In these flames, combustion processes occur in both the nonpremixed and the premixed mode. For the flame stabilization process, however, flame propagation of the premixed branches seems to play a crucial role. In this paper, a flamelet model for partially premixed turbulent combustion is presented that combines flamelet models for non-premixed and… CONTINUE READING
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