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Heat Transfer Research

DOI: 10.1615/HeatTransRes.v37.i6.40
pages 515-526

Numerical Simulation of a Turbulent Diffusion Combustion with a Small Vorticity Parameter with the Aid of FLUENT CFD Package

D. A. Lysenko
Leningrad Metal Works in St. Petersburg, 18 Sverdlovskaya Quay, St. Petersburg, 195009, Russia
A. A. Solomatnikov
Leningrad Metal Works in St. Petersburg, 18 Sverdlovskaya Quay, St. Petersburg, 195009, Russia

SINOPSIS

To test and verify the FLUENT CFD package for a class of flows with turbulent diffusion flames (at a small vorticity parameter), a detailed comparison of the results of numerical simulation and experimental data is given. To compare the results of numerical simulation, we selected the well-known and documented experimental investigation of diffusion combustion of a gaseous fuel (40%CO, 30%H2, 30%N2) carried out by a group of researchers [1-2], where the fields of average velocity, temperature, and of the mass fractions of the components N2, O2, CO2, H2O, H2, CO, OH, and NO are presented rather comprehensively.


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