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Document type:
Masterarbeit 
Author(s):
Tobias Bieniek 
Title:
Comparative LES Study of Partially Premixed Sandia Flames Based on Alternative Progress Variable Definitions in the Context of the Flamelet/Progress Variable Combustion Model 
Translated title:
Comparative LES Study of Partially Premixed Sandia Flames Based on Alternative Progress Variable Definitions in the Context of the Flamelet/Progress Variable Combustion Model 
Abstract:
The flamelet/progress variable (FPV) combustion model [30] tabulates thermochemical state information depending on the mixture fraction Z and the reaction progress variable PV in a pre-processing step using one-dimensional laminar flamelets. These flamelets can be based on premixed or counterflow diffusion (non-premixed) computations. In this context, progress of combustion reactions is often described using the sum of mass fractions of main combustion products. However, Hansinger et al. [20] pe...    »
 
Translated abstract:
The flamelet/progress variable (FPV) combustion model [30] tabulates thermochemical state information depending on the mixture fraction Z and the reaction progress variable PV in a pre-processing step using one-dimensional laminar flamelets. These flamelets can be based on premixed or counterflow diffusion (non-premixed) computations. In this context, progress of combustion reactions is often described using the sum of mass fractions of main combustion products. However, Hansinger et al. [20] pe...    »
 
Advisor:
Hansinger, Maximilian; Avdonin, Alexander; Pfitzner, Michael (Prof. Dr.); Polifke, Wolfgang (Prof., Ph.D.) 
Date of publication:
04.12.2017 
Year:
2017 
Language:
en 
Language from translation:
en 
University:
Technische Universität München 
Faculty:
Fakultät für Maschinenwesen