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Old   August 6, 1998, 09:25
Default Principles of LES of combustion
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Andrew Chernousov
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Can anybody recommend some basic books/papers making easier to start with LES modeling of turbulent combustion (in ICE-like configurations, for example)?
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Old   August 6, 1998, 11:09
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Fabien Coppens
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If you want an up-to-date review of LES methods, I recommend a book that just came out. It is written by Pierre Sagaut and published by Springer-Verlag. I can't recall the title (it does have large-eddy simulation in it though) but I know it was just published a few months ago. As far as LES of combustion, I think some people are working on it at Caltech. I am thinking of Prof. Leonard, but I may be wrong.
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Old   October 2, 1998, 10:27
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Jannis Velivassis
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1. P. Sagaut: (1998) Introduction a la simulation des grandes echelles pour les ecoulements de fluide incompressible ISBN: 3-540-64684-1

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