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“…Even though this perspective is exciting and will certainly become true in the next years for simplified lab-scale burners [205,278], it remains probably a very long term option in gas turbines. First, as pointed out in [190,279], conventional approximations provided for the filtered viscous stress tensor may not be sufficient to fully recover expected flame behaviors in the context of fully resolved premixed flames [191]. LES models do not converge to DNS when the number of grid points increases because SGS models usually neglect certain effects.…”
Section: Leadership-class Les Modeling and Predictionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Even though this perspective is exciting and will certainly become true in the next years for simplified lab-scale burners [205,278], it remains probably a very long term option in gas turbines. First, as pointed out in [190,279], conventional approximations provided for the filtered viscous stress tensor may not be sufficient to fully recover expected flame behaviors in the context of fully resolved premixed flames [191]. LES models do not converge to DNS when the number of grid points increases because SGS models usually neglect certain effects.…”
Section: Leadership-class Les Modeling and Predictionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Note that v(ξ, V ξ ) is known in terms ofξ , V ξ and the approximated flamelet profile v s (ξ), whereas the exact values of v depends on the PDF of the mixture fraction, not solely on its first moments. Similar expressions can be applied to other thermochemical variables [32]. An advantage of the present approach is that it allows to completely exclude the flamelet table look-up procedure and, as a result, associated with it interpolation errors, while a disadvantage being that a PDF corresponding to Eq.…”
Section: Combustion Modelmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…The specification of the combustion model equations and transport properties follows closely to that of [32]. Here, we briefly summarize the main assumptions and resulting equations.…”
Section: Combustion Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
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