By Rodney O. Fox

ISBN-10: 0511077637

ISBN-13: 9780511077630

ISBN-10: 0521650496

ISBN-13: 9780521650496

ISBN-10: 0521659078

ISBN-13: 9780521659079

This survey of the present state-of-the-art in computational versions for turbulent reacting flows conscientiously analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of a few of the options defined. Rodney Fox specializes in the formula of functional types in place of numerical matters coming up from their resolution. He develops a theoretical framework in accordance with the one-point, one-time joint chance density functionality (PDF). The examine unearths that every one often hired types for turbulent reacting flows may be formulated by way of the joint PDF of the chemical species and enthalpy.

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**Example text**

Scales, the SGS ﬁeld can be considered statistically homogeneous. , sampled from the same composition PDF. As an example of estimating a scalar PDF, consider a bounded, one-dimensional scalar ﬁeld φ ∈ [0, 1] deﬁned on x ∈ [0, L], where L is the CFD grid size as shown in Fig. 7. In a CFD calculation, only φ(0) and φ(L) would be computed (or, more precisely, the mean values φ(0) and φ(L) at the grid points). However, if φ(x) were somehow available for all values of x, a histogram could be constructed as follows: (i) Choose a ﬁne grid with spacing l on the ﬁne grid: L, and let N = 1 + integer(L/l).

In this expression, the inlet-zone ( j = 0) concentrations are deﬁned by φ(0) = φin , and the inlet transport rates are denoted by f 0i . Likewise, the outlet transport rates are denoted by f i N +1 . Thus, by deﬁnition, f i0 = f N +1 i = 0. The transport rates f i j will be determined by the turbulent ﬂow ﬁeld inside the reactor. When setting up a zone model, various methods have been proposed to extract the transport rates from experimental data (Mann et al. 1981; Mann et al. 1997), or from CFD simulations.

2 (Yeung 2002). This fact has important ramiﬁcations on stochastic models for the Lagrangian velocity discussed in Chapter 6. Much of the theoretical work in turbulent ﬂows has been concentrated on the description of statistically homogeneous turbulence. In a statistically homogeneous turbulent ﬂow, measurable statistical quantities such as the mean velocity2 or the turbulent kinetic energy are the same at every point in the ﬂow. Among other things, this implies that the turbulence statistics can be estimated using spatial averages based on a single realization of the ﬂow.

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