Combustor Modelling - A Maturing State of the Art

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Title Combustor Modelling - A Maturing State of the Art
Creator Turan, A.; Chatwani, A. U.; Loftus, P. J.; Stickler, D. B.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1988
Spatial Coverage presented at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Abstract Practical combustor flows are invariably three-dimensional, turbulent, unsteady, recirculating and reacting. Thus, it is not surprising that earlier attempts in combustor modelling, motivated primarily by the need to produce specific correlations between two or more operating parameters, are of limited value as general design tools. The difficulty of developing representative models stems from two related origins; mathematical and physical. The former is due to the fact that various combustor transport processes are numerous, simultaneous and non-linear and the adopted solution procedures consequently stretch the capabilities of the present day computers to the limit.
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