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“…[60][61][62][63] Tabulation is performed using the 1D unstretched flame solution of the finite-rate chemical model. Once again, the progress variable is defined as the sum of H 2 O, H 2 , CO 2 , and CO mass fractions and is governed by the transport equation…”

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“…[60][61][62][63] Tabulation is performed using the 1D unstretched flame solution of the finite-rate chemical model. Once again, the progress variable is defined as the sum of H 2 O, H 2 , CO 2 , and CO mass fractions and is governed by the transport equation…”

“…But large eddy simulation adopts the assumptions of equal thermal and mass diffusivities, leading to the unity Lewis number for all combustion products of materials [14]. Unfortunately, species found in industrial applications rarely have unity Lewis numbers [15]. Actually, species and heat locally redistribute (this phenomenon is referred to as differential diffusion [16]) when Lewis number is not the unity [17].…”

“…To reduce the computational cost due to the significantly larger domain, flamelet generated manifolds (FGM), often referred to as tabulated chemistry, [36][37][38][39] was used in place of finite-rate chemistry for case B 4 Tab,1 . To test the impact of different chemical and transport models on vorticity isotropy, case B Tab,1 is compared against case B.…”