volume 158, issue 5, P949-963 2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2010.10.027
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David O. Lignell, Jacqueline H. Chen, Hans A. Schmutz

Abstract: Results from a parametric study of flame extinction and reignition with varying Damköhler number using direct numerical simulation are presented. Three planar, non-premixed ethylene jet flames were simulated at a constant Reynolds number of 5120. The fuel and oxidizer stream compositions were varied to adjust the steady laminar extinction scalar dissipation rate, while maintaining constant flow and geometric conditions. Peak flame extinction varies from approximately 40% to nearly global blowout as the Damköhl…

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