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Modeling of hydrogen-air diffusion flame

Modeling of hydrogen-air diffusion flame

interim report on, NASA grant NAG-1-861

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air.,
  • Contaminants.,
  • Diffusion flames.,
  • Flame stability.,
  • Hydrogen.,
  • Jet flow.,
  • Thermal diffusion.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesModeling of hydrogen air diffusion flame.
    StatementK.M. Isaac.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-184844.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15408086M

      Before reaching the nozzle exit, axial wisps of blue flame emission are witnessed along the jet-edge near the fuel/air interface (i.e., at larger radii than the eventual diffusion flame boundary). Luminosity from soot is first apparent just upstream of an axisymmetric flame bulge as the diffusion flame forms, and within ms, soot attains Cited by: rich hydrogen/air diffusion flames provide an atmosphere of hot water vapor, hydrogen, and nitrogen for oxidizing the magnesium, which reacts with the water vapor in the form of a diffusion flame. The burner that provides the hot atmosphere has been characterized thermally using thermocouple measurements and a model that gives the true temperature. The IGCC’s air separation unit produces a volume of N 2 roughly equivalent to the volume of H 2 in the gasifier product stream, which can be used to help reduce peak flame temperatures and NO x in the diffusion flame combustor. Placement of this diluent in either the air or fuel streams is a matter of practical importance, and it has not been Cited by: 9.   The model is applied to a methane–air jet diffusion flame that was experimentally investigated by Füri et al. (Proc. Combust. Inst., vol. 29, , pp. –). Detailed simulations are performed to obtain mean flow quantities, about which the stability analysis is by: 4.


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The unsteady flamelet model is applied in numerical simulations of a steady, turbulent, nitrogen-diluted hydrogen-air diffusion flame. An unsteady flamelet is solved interactively with a CFD solver for the tur-bulent flow and the mixture fraction field.

Transient effects occurring in steady jet diffusion flames are discussed in terms of the relevant timescales. An analytical and computational study of opposed jet diffusion flame for the purpose of understanding the effects of contaminants in the reactants and thermal diffusion of light species on extinction and reignition of diffusion flames is in progress.

The methodologies Author: K. Isaac. Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs book series (LNPMGR, volume 15) Abstract Hydrogen is a fuel of practical interest in high-speed air-breathing combustion, where effects of finite-rate chemical kinetics are expected to play a significant role as a consequence of the short characteristic flow by: The unsteady flamelet model is applied in numerical simulations of a steady, turbulent, nitrogen-diluted hydrogen-air diffusion flame.

An unsteady flamelet is solved interactively with a CFD solver for the turbulent flow and the mixture fraction field. Extra attention is given to the modeling of preferential diffusion effects that arise in lean premixed methane–hydrogen–air flames.

The Modeling of hydrogen-air diffusion flame book of preferential diffusion on the burning velocity of stretched flames is investigated and it is shown how these effects can be included in the FGM by: 1.

Detailed chemistry mechanism has been considered for the present turbulent hydrogen/air diffusion flame. The chemical reactions are described by nine chemical species and 16 pairs of reversible elementary steps.

The chemical species considered are: H 2, O 2, H, O, OH, H 2 O, HO 2, H 2 O 2, (and N 2 as an inert substance). It is referred to as mechanism by: Modeling of Turbulent CO/Air Diffusion Flames with detailed Chemistry, in: Proc. 2nd Int. Workshop on Modeling Chemical Reaction Systems, ed.

z, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, in Cited by: 4. A detailed model including a full scheme of combustion reactions and the governing equations of fluid mechanics was designed for two-dimensional hydrogen burning systems, and applied to a Burke-Schumann type hydrogen-air diffusion flame to elucidate its flame structure and Cited by: 4.

Theory of Structures of Hydrogen-Air Diffusion Flames A. SANCHEZ, A. LlNAN, F. WILLlAMS G. BALAKRISHNAN ABSTRACT-The structure of the hydrogen-air counterflow diffusion flame is investigated by Damkohler­ number asympto!ics.

Attention is restricted to f10wfield strain times smaller than dissociation times but larger. Girimaji, S. S.: A Simple Recipe for Modeling Reaction-Rates in Flows with Turbulent Combustion.

Raman Measurements of Mixing Modeling and Finite-Rate Chemistry in a Supersonic Hydrogen Air Diffusion Flame. Comb. Flame 99 () – CrossRef Google Scholar. Assumed PDF Modeling with Detailed Chemistry. In: Krause E., Jäger W Author: Peter Gerlinger, Manfred Aigner.

performed about the diffusion of hemispherical confinement initially filled with hydrogen-oxygen or hydrogen. A parametric study has been carried out for small and large scales to observe the influence of the volume of the hemispherical load and the time of diffusion on the flammability File Size: KB.

Get this from a library. Modeling of hydrogen-air diffusion flame: semi-annual report. [K M Isaac; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. (). Thermal diffusion effects in hydrogen-air and methane-air flames. Combustion Theory and Modelling: Vol.

2, No. 4, pp. Cited by: Large-eddy simulation of a supersonic hydrogen–air non-premixed lifted jet flame is reported in the configuration studied by Cheng et al.

The emphasis of the study is on the mechanism. Stochastic simulations of turbulent hydrogen-air jet diffusion flames at three different dilution rates with helium are implemented using the ‘one-dimensional turbulence’ (ODT) model.

The approach is based on one-dimensional unsteady solution of boundary layer equations to represent molecular processes and a stochastic implementation of turbulent by: 9.

Comprehensive Modeling of Turbulent Flames With the Coherent Flame-Sheet Model—Part II: High-Momentum Reactive Jets Influence of Buoyancy on Turbulent Hydrogen/Air Diffusion Flames,” F. W.,“ Similarity Solutions in Buoyancy-Controlled Turbulent Diffusion Flames Modeling (Turbulent Buoyant Diffusion Flame Modeling),”Cited by: 6.

For diffusion flame combustion the effect of the air inlet temperature is to increase the temperature of the local stoichiometric zones, and hence to increase NO x.

The classic work of Lipfert () is shown in Fig.where NO x appears to increase with inlet temperature. Combined experimental and computational study of laminar, axisymmetric hydrogen–air diffusion flames. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute30 (1), DOI: /ited by: A numerical investigation of extinction and ignition limits in laminar nonpremixed counterflowing hydrogen-air streams for both elementary and reduced chemistry Combustion and Flame, Vol.

No. 3 Analytical approximations for structures of wet CO flames with one-step reduced chemistryCited by: The topic of this work is the numerical simulation of a turbulent nonpremixed hydrogen (H2) jet flame with different combustion models. The predictions are validated against existing experimental data provided by Raman and laser Doppler anemometry (LDA) measurements for a turbulent jet hydrogen–air diffusion flame [1, 2].

These preferential diffusion effects of H2 and H are also compared among NO emission behaviors through the three species diffusion models.

Under all flame conditions, Fenimore NO is much more. The diffusion flame model specification was taken similar to the model used in Fukutani et al. [1] for the study of axisymmetric hydrogen-air diffusion flame.

In this study different inlet conditions were taken and detailed study was done Figure 4 shows the variation of mole fraction of different species at different velocities of fuel. A computational simulation of the opposed-jet diffusion flame is performed to study its structure and extinction limits.

The present analysis concentrates on the nitrogen-diluted hydrogen-air. 20th Annual CFD Symposium, August, Bangalore Numerical simulation of hydrogen-air turbulent diffusion flame M.

Mahendhran1, C. Balaji Metacomp Technologies Pvt. Ltd., #14, 3rd Cross St., Karpagam Gardens, Adyar, Chennai The hydrogen-air turbulent diffusion flame – DLR H3 (benchmark test case at the International workshop.

The Lagrangian Flamelet Model is formulated as a combustion model for large-eddy simulations of turbulent jet diffusion flames. The model is applied in a large-eddy simulation of a piloted partially premixed methane/air diffusion flame (Sandia flame D).

The results of the simulation are compared to experimental data of the mean and RMS of the axial velocity and the mixture fraction and the Cited by: The temperature evolution inside the flame thickness for hydrogen-air mixtures in the presence of the water mists is given in solid lines (water volume fractions × 10 −4, × 10 −4.

Hydrogen gas is highly diffusive and highly buoyant; it rapidly mixes with the ambient air upon release. The diffusion velocity is proportional to the diffusion coefficient and varies with temperature according to T n with n in the range of Diffusion in multi-component mixtures is usually described by the Stefan-Maxwell Size: 1MB.

Investigation of a dynamic diffusion flame of H2 in air with laser diagnostics and numerical modeling Combustion and Flame, Vol.No. Experimental and numerical evaluation of metallic compounds for suppressing cup-burner flamesCited by: Get this from a library.

Modeling of hydrogen-air diffusion flame: interim report on, NASA grant NAG [K M Isaac; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The laminar flamelet model is one of the methods of modelling turbulent combustions apart from SCRS, eddy flamelet model and others.

Combustion is a very important thermochemical process with significant material and aerodynamic implications and thus CFD modeling of combustion has become indispensable. A time-dependent, axisymmetric mathematical model having a detailed chemical-kinetics mechanism is used to simulate the wrinkled flame surface of a low-speed H[sub 2]-air diffusion flame.

Countergradient Diffusion in Premixed Turbulent Flames. A priori and a posteriori analyses of algebraic flame surface density modeling in the context of Large Eddy Simulation of turbulent premixed combustion.

Application of a Reynolds stress turbulence model to a supersonic radiating hydrogen-air diffusion by: @article{osti_, title = {One-dimensional turbulence modeling of a turbulent counterflow flame with comparison to DNS}, author = {Jozefik, Zoltan and Kerstein, Alan R.

and Schmidt, Heiko and Lyra, Sgouria and Kolla, Hemanth and Chen, Jackie H.}, abstractNote = {The one-dimensional turbulence (ODT) model is applied to a reactant-to-product counterflow configuration and results are.

Lastly, fluctuations in the fuel concentration were largest at the source, as the large, plasma-generated, unsteady external toroidal vortex that dominates the transport in this flame provides enhanced ventilation of the flame surface in close proximity to the fuel tube.}, doi = {/tflame}, journal = {Combustion and.

Introduction This text is a reduced English version of the material prepared for my combustion class at the RWTH Aachen Technical University. It is intended as an introduction to the fundamentals of com.

A mathematical model of the opposed-jet diffusion flame: Effect of an electric field on concentration and temperature profiles Combustion and Flame, Vol. 19, No. 3 Some Studies on Opposed-Jet Diffusion Flame Considering General Lewis NumbersCited by:   The interaction between radiation and combustion is studied theoretically in the case of strained counterflow nonluminous laminar flames.

Both H2−O2 diffusion and C3H8-air premixed flames are considered. Calculations are based on detailed chemical kinetics and narrow-band statistical modeling of infrared radiative properties. It is shown that radiative transfer decreases the temperature Cited by: 2.

() Unsteady flamelet modeling of turbulent hydrogen-air diffusion flames. Symposium (International) on Combustion() Structures of CO Diffusion Cited by:   Experiments and modelling of premixed laminar stagnation flame hydrodynamics - Volume - JEFFREY M.

BERGTHORSON, SEAN D. SALUSBURY, PAUL E. DIMOTAKISCited by: In this work, progress is made towards the correct modeling of differential diffusion, both for resolved simulations, and for reduced-order combustion models.

For resolved simulations, the validity and the limitations of the constant non-unity Lewis number approach in the description of molecular mixing in laminar and turbulent flames is : Nicholas Burali.

On Diffusion Flames in Turbulent Shear Flows: Modeling Reactant Consumption in a Circular Fuel Jet. William B. Bush and ; Stanton F. FinkCited by: 3.Lfl/ucFL,/' 4f.;rJ' f MODELING OF HYDROGEN-AIR DIFFUSION FLAME /P -2 PfL- K. M. Isaac f) University of Missouri-Rolla Semi-Annual Report on the,work on NASA Research Grant NAG Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Department Decem (LBSA-CIi- 18 ) ilOCEllMG Gk BPDEOGEN-AIR NJet Hydrogen-Air Diffusion Flames With Finite Chemical Reaction Rates J.

P. Sislian University of Toronto Ontario, Canada Prepared for Langley Research Center under Contract NAS National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Office File Size: 1MB.