Swaminathan, N and Bilger, RW and Peters, N (1999) Comment and reply on the 'assessment of combustion and submodels for turbulent nonpremixed hydrocarbon flames'. Combustion and Flame, 116. pp. 675-676. ISSN 0010-2180Full text not available from this repository.
In deriving the flamelet model for nonpremixed combustion certain terms, but not the unsteady term, are assumed to be negligible. This results in a relation between all reacting scalars and the mixture fraction as independent variable. An ideal test of the flamelet assumption can be based on direct numerical simulation (DNS) data, if all reacting scalars are conditioned on mixture fraction and conditional moments are evaluated. The fundamental assumption of the flamelet model are unwillingly justified. The unsteady and steady formulations of the same equations are compared and found that unsteadiness is important in an unsteady simulation.
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