Numerical Simulation of a Turbulent Reactive Plume Using a New Analytical Model for the Influence of Micromixing
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The objective of this work is to derive a model, simple yet effective, for the influence of microscale turbulence on nonlinear chemical reactions in a turbulent reactive plumes, such as the photochemical reactions between nitric oxides and ozone.
KeywordsTurbulent Combustion Damkohler Number Segregation Coefficient Nonlinear Chemical Reaction Composition Space
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