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“…The results are compared with measurements arising from the TURCHEMI project Stopper et al (2013). The present study includes several test cases to confirm the most suitable model parameters for complex wall-bounded flows within practical geometries.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…The results are compared with measurements arising from the TURCHEMI project Stopper et al (2013). The present study includes several test cases to confirm the most suitable model parameters for complex wall-bounded flows within practical geometries.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Full details of the configuration and measurement data can be found in Stopper et al (2013) and in the TURCHEMI database with its supplemental final report, Stopper (2011a). …”
Section: Experimental Set-upmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Frequently, minor geometrical modifications of the combustor or small changes in the operating or boundary conditions lead to drastic changes in the stability of the system, such as transition from attached to detached flames or flames with and without precessing vortex cores [Allison 2012, Arndt 2010, Biagioli 2008, Fritsche 2007, Hermeth 2014. In addition, understanding and predicting combustor thermo-acoustic behavior is complicated by significant effects of turbulence-chemistry interaction , Gicqel 2012, Lückerath 2011, Rebosio 2010, and spatially and temporally varying degrees of premixing [Bade 2014, Masri 2015, Stopper 2013. The occurrence of hydrodynamic instabilities like precessing vortex cores, vortex shedding, or other shear layer instabilities [Candel 2014, Caux-Brisebois 2014, Kim 2014, Moeck 2012, Stöhr 2013b further complicates the situation.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As the main part of the global energy supply is still based on fossil fuels [2], the understanding of the combustion process is essential, since the chemical energy of the fuel is converted generally into thermal energy by combustion. Major challenges in the design of modern combustion engines include the reduction of pollutant emissions, increment of fuel flexibility, increasing cycle efficiency and flame stability [3]. To achieve these goals, an accurate description of the interaction of turbulence, chemical reactions and thermodynamics is required.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%