Recent Results on the Non-Linear Dynamics of Curved Premixed Flames
Any theoretical study of problems of flame propagation in turbulent flows encounters difficulties of various origins: instabilities, non-linearity, non-locality, evolving curved geometries, wide spectra... This extended summary reports on recent analytical models which tackle them.
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