volume 148, issue 3, P158-176 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2006.10.007
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Matthew Celnik, Robert Patterson, Markus Kraft, Wolfgang Wagner

Abstract: The feasibility of coupling a stochastic soot algorithm to a deterministic gas-phase chemistry solver is investigated for homogeneous combusting systems. A second-order splitting technique was used to decouple the particle population and gas phase in order to solve. A numerical convergence study is presented that demonstrates convergence with splitting step size and particle count for a batch reactor and a perfectly stirred reactor. Simulation results are presented alongside experimental data for a plug flow …

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