Jul 6, 2011
Direct Numerical Simulation of Non-Premixed Flame Extinction Phenomena Mechanical Thesis Project
This is a Mechanical thesis project report on Direct Numerical Simulation of Non-Premixed Flame Extinction Phenomena. Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) is used in the present study to provide fundamental insight on diffusion flame extinction under non-adiabatic combustion conditions. Non-premixed flame extinction phenomena are relevant in a variety of com- busting environments, including but hardly limited to diesel engines, pool fires, and fire suppression scenarios. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.
The DNS results are used to test the validity of this flame extinction criterion. In configuration C1, the flame extinction occurs as a result of flame stretch or radiative cooling; a variation of configuration C1 is considered in which the oxidizer stream contains a variable amount of soot mass. Use this report for your reference and study only. Thanks to the authors.
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