2 edition of Computer modeling of turbulent combustion in a longwell jet-stirred reactor found in the catalog.
Computer modeling of turbulent combustion in a longwell jet-stirred reactor
John J. Wormeck
Written in English
|Statement||by John J. Wormeck.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 333 l. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
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Wormeck and D. Pratt, Computer modeling of turbulent combustion in a Longwell jet-stirred reactor, in Sixteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, pp. –, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa. Google ScholarCited by: 2. AbstractThe Zwietering maximum mixedness model (MMM) is extended for use with detailed chemical reaction mechanisms in a combustion setting.
Both MMM species and energy balances are offered with a Chemkin-consistent nomenclature. The solution algorithm is discussed. Several reactor residence time distributions are currently offered for use with the Author: R.
Barat, D. Cedio-Fengya, J. Stevens. Wormeck and D. Pratt, Computer modeling of combustion in a Longwell jet-stirred reactor, in Sixteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, p.
The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa. Google ScholarCited by: 2. A Jet Stirred Reactor for Combustion Studies: Design and Characterization Abstract–A stainless steel jet stirred reactor (JSFR) has been designed and constructed, capable of.
concentration data in a turbulent, jet-stirred combustor. For comparison, the results are also compared to simula- tions from perfectly stirred reactor (PSR) and partially.
The high temperature products, despite the dilution effect, serve as an energy source for preheating,s6 fuel preparation such as evaporation, devolatilization, etc.,57 and ignition assistance,'.1".,4 While the heat source effect does play a role in flame stability, the predominant mechanism is thought to occur via turbulent transport,a7'*°'57 Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Detailed chemical kinetic mechanisms are routinely used to describe at the molecular level the transformation of reactants into products, such as the combustion of methane in air which has a deceptively simple overall summary: CH 4 +2 O 2 = CO 2 +2 H 2 O but proceeds, as is well known, through a large number of elementary steps.
The sets of Cited by: Nennigers toroidal jet stirred reactor includes two sections, a well stirred r eactor and a plug -flow reactor  Indeed, the well -stirred reactor was followed by a tube in which combustion kept evolving toward completion.
In that case different sections over the length of the P.F.R will correspond to different residence times. Longwell and Weiss'68' in combustion experiments in a spherical reactor observed the ox- idation of iso-octane to follow a temperature dependency of \/Te"E/RT with E = 42 kcal/mole.
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The next three chapters address from a basic viewpoint three classes of combustion problems that are of high practical interest, namely, combustion instability, turbulent combustion, and spray combustion. Full text of "NASA scientific and technical publications: A catalog of Special Publications, Reference Publications, Conference Publications, and.
EQUIV is the equivalence ratio (for combustion problems), P is the pressure [dynes/cm 2], TAU is the residence time [seconds], FLRT is the mass flow rate [g/sec], V is the reactor volume [cm 3], AREA is the total surface area in the reactor [cm2], Q is the heat loss [cal/sec], TSURF is the temperature of the surfaces of the reactor (which may.
In decane in a jet-stirred reactor at 1 MPa pressure, from to addition, a sensitivity analysis was performed for each of the K, at residence times of and 1 s, and for # combustion environments in an attempt to identify the most f # ; their detailed mechanism gives a good description important reactions under the relevant.
A semi-detailed kinetic scheme from Ranzi and co-workers  is available for iso-octane which simulates turbulent flow reactor , stainless steel and quartz  jet-stirred reactors, rapid compression machine and shock-tube studies  covering the range from to K and up kPa pressure. The book needed trols, auxiliary support, and burner selection criteria.
to be all inclusive and cover the very basics in building This book is designed to be a review of the critical, block form up to more complex combustion topics for relevant elements of combustion science required to everyone involved in combustion systems to use.
apply 5/5(1). International Workshop on Combustion Generated Fine Carbonaceous Particles INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE Henning Bockhorn Universität Karlsruhe, Germany Andrea D’Anna Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy Michael Frenklach University of California, Berkeley, USA John Hewson Sandia National Laboratories, USA Peter R.
Lindstedt Imperial College.Advances in Heat Transfer, Volume 36 We are generally taught throughout our exposure to mathematical modeling and analysis of engineering systems that 9 One and only one boundary condition or initial condition must be prescribed for each order of derivative in each dimension of a differential equation describing a system.
9 The number of.Stephen R. Turns Introdução à Combustão Conceitos e aplicações 3ª ED. O autor Stephen R.
Turns graduou-se em engenharia mecânica pela The Pennsylvania State University emfinalizou seu mestrado na Wayne State University em e seu doutorado na University of Wisconsin at Madison em