volume 159, issue 8, P2533-2562 2012
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2011.11.001
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Frederik Fuest, Robert S. Barlow, Jyh-Yuan Chen, Andreas Dreizler

Abstract: To reduce the impact of combustion of fossil fuels on air quality and climate change, dimethyl ether (DME) is a promising alternative diesel fuel candidate. Technical combustion processes, including formation of pollutants, are influenced by turbulence-chemistry interaction. Therefore, accurate prediction by computational combustion models of combustion systems burning DME must account for multiple scalars and scalar gradients. The testing of such models requires detailed experiments. Here a study is presented…

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