mahesh_constantinescu_apte_iaccarino_ham_moin_2006

Summary

Large-eddy simulation of reacting turbulent flows in complex geometries. K. Mahesh, G. Constantinescu, S. Apte, G. Iaccarino, F. am and P. Moin. ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, 73:375-381, 2006.

Abstract

Abstract is not an editable type. To replace change this or upload another file.Large-eddy simulation (LES) has traditionally been restricted to fairly simple geometries. This paper discusses LES of reacting flows in geometries as complex as commercial gas turbine engine combustors. The incompressible algorithm developed by Mahesh et al. (J. Comput. Phys., 2004, 197, 215-240) is extended to the zero Mach number equations with heat release. Chemical reactions are modeled using the flamelet/progress variable approach of Pierce and Moin (J. Fluid Mech., 2004, 504, 73-97). The simulations are validated against experiment for methane-air combustion in a coaxial geometry, and jet-A surrogate/air combustion in a gas-turbine combustor geometry.

Bibtex entry

@ARTICLE { mahesh_constantinescu_apte_iaccarino_ham_moin_2006,
    AUTHOR = { K. Mahesh and G. Constantinescu and S. Apte and G. Iaccarino and F. am and P. Moin },
    TITLE = { Large-eddy simulation of reacting turbulent flows in complex geometries },
    JOURNAL = { ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics },
    VOLUME = { 73 },
    PAGES = { 375--381 },
    YEAR = { 2006 },
    ABSTRACT = { Abstract is not an editable type. To replace change this or upload another file.Large-eddy simulation (LES) has traditionally been restricted to fairly simple geometries. This paper discusses LES of reacting flows in geometries as complex as commercial gas turbine engine combustors. The incompressible algorithm developed by Mahesh et al. (J. Comput. Phys., 2004, 197, 215-240) is extended to the zero Mach number equations with heat release. Chemical reactions are modeled using the flamelet/progress variable approach of Pierce and Moin (J. Fluid Mech., 2004, 504, 73-97). The simulations are validated against experiment for methane-air combustion in a coaxial geometry, and jet-A surrogate/air combustion in a gas-turbine combustor geometry. },
}