Janicka, J., SADIKI, A., Schäfer, M., Heeger, C. (Eds.)
2013, XII, 492 p.
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Includes various simulations and practical engineering configurations
Shows readers the performance and limits of state-of-the-art combustion models and spray modules for spray combustion
Includes valuable experimental data needed for the validation of combustion models
With regard to both the environmental sustainability and operating efficiency demands, modern combustion research has to face two main objectives, the optimization of combustion efficiency and the reduction of pollutants. This book reports on the combustion research activities carried out within the Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 568 “Flow and Combustion in Future Gas Turbine Combustion Chambers” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). This aimed at designing a completely integrated modeling and numerical simulation of the occurring very complex, coupled and interacting physico-chemical processes, such as turbulent heat and mass transport, single or multi-phase flows phenomena, chemical reactions/combustion and radiation, able to support the development of advanced gas turbine chamber concepts.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Gas Turbine - LES and RANS Based Combustion Modeling and Simulation - Measurement Techniques and Validation Data - Numerical Methods and Optimization - Spray Injection and Mixture Preparation - Validation Techniques