Hochgreb, S (2013) On Mixing and Shaking : Structure and Dynamics of Turbulent Stratified Flames. In: UNSPECIFIED.Full text not available from this repository.
The drive for low emission combustion systems encourages applications using premixed flames. Yet in many applications, considerations of flame stability or mixing times lead to systems with neither premixed nor diffusion flames, which are often called technically premixed or stratified flames. In this talk we discuss the current state of understanding of the effect of mixing and extent of stratification on the structure, microstructure and dynamics of selected turbulent stratified flames. Over the past few years, a significant database of scalar and velocity data has been built to analyze the effects of unmixedness on local and global flame structure. Microscale studies of the flame structures show in detail how the effect of local stratification affects (or not!) the flame structure, flame surface density and scalar dissipation rates, and production of selected species. The experiments place exacting demands on current spectroscopic diagnostics, and reveal the progress and limits to our understanding of turbulent flames in general. The dynamics of stratified flames with respect to instabilities is also shown to be very rich, as the particular shape of the flames and the stabilization points are is significantly affected by the fuel distribution, modifying the rate and location of heat release, and thus the coupling with the surrounding acoustics and determining the onset of self-excitations.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (UNSPECIFIED)|
|Divisions:||Div A > Energy|
|Depositing User:||Cron Job|
|Date Deposited:||15 Dec 2015 13:55|
|Last Modified:||05 May 2016 09:42|