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In this work an hydrogen enriched methane flame in a non-premixed configuration is studied, which corresponds to the DLR flame A. Large Eddy Simulation (LES) will be used to numerically analyse the case. Unstructured meshes are used and coupled with conservative discretisations of the differential operators. Chemical kinetics are modelled using the Flamelet/Progress-Variable model, taking into account differential diffusion effects. Computed first and second moments of the transported variables are shown to be in agreement with the experimental data.
CitationVentosa, J. [et al.]. Large eddy simulation of a turbulent jet diffusion flame using the Flamelet-Progress Variable model. A: European Combustion Meeting. "Proceedings of the European Combustion Meeting – 2013". Lund: 2013.
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