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Old   October 9, 1998, 17:25
Default Predicting flame stability
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Jason Norman
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How accurate are the latest CFD codes at predicting flame stability on burners (laminar and turbulent diffusion flames)?

Typical example problem: Three concentric tubes (thin walls and therefore small end area for flame attachment). Oxidant / fuel / oxidant. Mixing by shear only (due to different stream velocities).

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