Theory and Numerical Modeling of Turbulent Gas-Particle Flows and Combustion
This book presents a theoretical treatment of basic combustion phenomena in laminar and gas-particle flows, the numerical modeling theory, methods of turbulent single-phase gas particle flows, and combustion.
Format: Hardcover, English, 213 pages
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This book presents a theoretical treatment of basic combustion phenomena in laminar and gas-particle flows, the numerical modeling theory, methods of turbulent single-phase gas particle flows, and combustion. Topics discussed include basic conservation equations of reacting fluids, ignition and extinction, laminar premixed combustion, droplet and particle combustion, combustion in laminar boundary layers, fundamentals of gas-particle flows, numerical modeling of single-phase turbulent flows, turbulent gas-particle flows, and turbulent gas-phase and two-phase combustion. Typical examples of applications of the theory and methods in complex flow and combustion processes in practical engineering facilities such as cyclone separaters, gas-turbine combusters, furnaces, and fluidized beds are provided. This volume also presents experimental results and assessments in comparisons between different models.
Table of Contents
|Ch. 1||Basic Equations of Multicomponent Reacting Flows||13|
|Ch. 2||Ignition and Extinction||32|
|Ch. 3||Laminar Premixed Combustion||54|
|Ch. 4||Droplet and Particle Combustion||63|
|Ch. 5||Combustion in Laminar Boundary Layers||87|
|Ch. 6||Gas-particle Flows||98|
|Ch. 7||Modeling of Singe-phase Turbulent Flows||125|
|Ch. 8||Modeling of Turbulent Gas-Particle Flows||146|
|Ch. 9||Modeling of Turbulent Gas-phase and Two-phase Combustion||171|
|Ch. 10||Modeling of Practical Flow and Combustion Processes in Engineering Facilities||191|