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Old   March 16, 2004, 06:33
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R.THUNDIL KARUPPA RAJ.
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Dear Friends,

I wish to introduce myself as an ph.d research scholar in IIT Madras in Mechanical engineering dept. I am working on "FLOW THROUGH VANE SWIRLERS" with Fluent6.1. I wish to contact people working on this area to share their experience.

Thanking you,

yours friendly, R.THUNDIL KARUPPA RAJ.
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Old   March 19, 2004, 19:39
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Dear Tundil,

I am investigating on the same topic as i want to simulate the flow in a swirler for combustion flames.

what do you want to know about swirlers?

maybe we can help each other

let me know

regards

David
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Old   March 22, 2004, 06:07
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R.THUNDIL KARUPPA RAJ.
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Dear David,

Thanks for the reply and I am glad to meet person who is working in the same area. My analysis is to predict the flow through vane swirlers for non-reacting as well as reacting flows. I am also about to do experimental work in wind tunnel with Hot Wire Annemometer.

I want to know which book you are using for basics in swirlers. Actually I am using a book named "SWIRL FLOWS" by Lilley and Gupta. I may be happy If I know some other books too.

I am also interested whether you are doing your master's or doctorate level. I may also be happy to know the papers you have gone through.

Awaiting for your reply.

Thanking you, With regards, R.THUNDIL KARUPPA RAJ.
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Old   March 23, 2004, 09:38
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Dear Thundil,

thank you for your message.

I am currently ready a book called "Gas turbine combustion" from Arthur Lefebvre and it gives me a better understanding of the role of swirlers in combustion flames.

I have also a good article from 1988 about vortex breakdown let me know if you are interested i would give you the full reference next time. There are also some articles I have that tell about the swirling flow field and its role in combustion.

If that is what you may be interested in, i would send you all the references and the pdf files i have.

I am currently doing a PhD.

I feel that our area of research are quite similar, it sounds very interesting.

best regards

David
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Old   March 23, 2004, 13:15
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R.THUNDIL KARUPPA RAJ.
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Dear David,

I am very happy to see your mail. I am also having Arthur Lefebvre and I will go through it. I will be happy if I may get the full referrence about the book vortex breakdown and I am too interested in knowing all the articles related to our area.

I will be happy if you send all the referrence and pdf files you have. I am really thankful for your co-operation. you may send it through mail to thundil2003@indiatimes.com or thundilr@yahoo.com.

I am quite interested to know in which university you are doing your ph.d work.

with best regards,

R.THUNDIL KARUPPA RAJ.
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Old   March 30, 2004, 08:39
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Dear Thundil,

have you received my email?

as i said, i think it is better if we contact directly be email.

pls reply on my email adress.

thank you

best regards

David
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