volume 155, issue 3, P417-428 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2008.06.006
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Abstract: In modeling a rapid compression machine (RCM) experiment, a zero-dimensional code is commonly used along with an associated heat loss model. However, the applicability of such a zero-dimensional modeling needs to be assessed over a range of accessible experimental conditions. It is expected that when there exists significant influence of the multidimensional effects, including boundary layer, vortex roll-up, and nonuniform heat release, the zero-dimensional modeling may not be adequate. In this work, we simul…

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