Turbulent Premixed Flames

@inproceedings{Pope2002TurbulentPF,
  title={Turbulent Premixed Flames},
  author={Stephen B. Pope},
  year={2002}
}
Turbulent premixed flames exhibit phenomena ot found in other turbulent flows. In some circumstances a thin flame sheet (thinner than the Kolmogorov scale) forms a connected but highly wrinkled surface that separates the reactants from the products. This flame surface is convected, bent, and strained by the turbulence and propagates (relative to the fluid) at a speed that can depend on the local conditions (surface curvature, strain rate, etc.). Typically, the specific volume of the products is… CONTINUE READING

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