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By Bart Merci, Eva Gutheil

This publication displays the result of the 2nd and 3rd foreign Workshops on Turbulent Spray Combustion. the focal point is on development in experiments and numerical simulations for two-phase flows, with emphasis on spray combustion. wisdom of the dominant phenomena and their interactions permits improvement of predictive versions and their use in combustor and gasoline turbine layout. specialists and younger researchers current the state of the art effects, file at the most recent advancements and alternate principles within the parts of experiments, modelling and simulation of reactive multiphase flows.

The first bankruptcy displays on flame constitution, auto-ignition and atomization with regards to well-characterized burners, to be carried out by way of modellers with relative ease. the second one bankruptcy provides an summary of first simulation effects on course try situations, built on the social gathering of the 1st foreign Workshop on Turbulent Spray Combustion. within the 3rd bankruptcy, evaporation cost modelling elements are lined, whereas the fourth bankruptcy bargains with evaporation results within the context of flamelet versions. In bankruptcy 5, LES simulation effects are mentioned for variable gas and mass loading. the ultimate bankruptcy discusses PDF modelling of turbulent spray combustion.

In brief, the contributions during this e-book are hugely necessary for the study group during this box, supplying in-depth perception into the various many elements of dilute turbulent spray combustion.

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3D (Fig. 4). Clearly, there is appreciable variation in the velocity depending on the size, indicating that droplet residence time in the pipe will vary with diameter, thus causing droplets to be differentially evaporated. Smaller droplets will evaporate faster, leaving larger droplets behind as the spray traverses the pipe. This will result in a higher SMD further downstream with a distribution that is skewed towards larger droplets and an increase in D10 as is observed experimentally. Additionally, the slip velocity at the exit plane is not zero and larger droplets are slower than the gas phase, thus increasing their residence time.

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R. Heye et al. 5 1 r/D Fig. 3,10, 20,30 (top to bottom, left to right). Contributors given by UDRM ( ) and NMCA ( ), along with the experimental measurements ( ) mixing is still not correctly predicted by the simulations. This will in turn affect droplet evaporation and temperature evolution downstream. On the flip side, the higher temperature of the flamelet model causes very high droplet evaporation, as seen by the drastic underprediction of volume flux, albeit for a different flame condition.

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