Hybrid large-eddy simulation / Lagrangian filtered-density-function approach for simulating turbulent combustion

@inproceedings{Ramana2005HybridLS,
  title={Hybrid large-eddy simulation / Lagrangian filtered-density-function approach for simulating turbulent combustion},
  author={V Ramana and Heinz Pitscha and Rodney O. Foxb},
  year={2005}
}
  • V Ramana, Heinz Pitscha, Rodney O. Foxb
  • Published 2005
A consistent hybrid large-eddy simulation/filtered-density-function approach (LES-FDF) is formulate variable-density low-Mach-number flows. The LES-FDF approach has been proposed as a suitable me finite-rate-chemistry-based predictive modeling of turbulent reactive flows. Due to the large computation associated with LES, use of Lagrangian schemes is numerically expensive. In this work, a highly efficient Lagrangian implementation is used for the simulation of a nonpremixed flame. This bluff… CONTINUE READING

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