Preferential Diffusion Effects on the Burning Rate of Interacting Turbulent Premixed Hydrogen-Air Flames

@inproceedings{HONGG2002PreferentialDE,
  title={Preferential Diffusion Effects on the Burning Rate of Interacting Turbulent Premixed Hydrogen-Air Flames},
  author={IM HONGG. and Jacqueline H. Chen},
  year={2002}
}
The upstream interaction of twin premixed hydrogen-air flames in 2-D turbulence is studied using direct numerical simulations with detailed chemistry. The primary objective is to determine the effect of flame stretch on the overall burning rate during various stages of the interaction. Preferential diffusion effects are accounted for by varying the equivalence ratio from symmetric rich-rich to lean-lean interactions. The results show that the local flame front response to turbulence is… CONTINUE READING

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