46 views

Uploaded by mplios

biblio graphy vol. 2

- INFLUENCE OF A CIRCULAR EXIT WALL BOUNDARY ON THE AXISYMMETRIC JET FLOW
- Particle Tracking Notes
- Fluid Mechanics and Pipe Flow Turbulence, Simulation and Dynami- By Easyengineering.net
- InTech-Mechanics of Deepwater Steel Catenary Riser
- OMAE201283880-final
- Technical Reference
- Simulation and Modelimg of Turbulent Flows_ Lumley J.L.
- AIAA-2010-5072-947
- Phoenics Ch1 2 3
- Applications of CFD in Hydraulics and River Engineering
- a
- Fluid mechanics
- conf-proc
- CFD Diffuser Gas Power Pump
- CFD of Exahust Valve 5
- Fluid Flow Operation_130502
- CES_66_5357_CFD simulation of hydrodynamics of gas–solid multiphase flow in downer reactors revisited
- Flame Theory and Combustion Technology
- Jirka 1994 Turbulence in Open‐Channel Flows
- Microsoft Word - bibliografia

You are on page 1of 26

Oxide and Soot Emissions from Turbulent Diffusion Flames. J. of

Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, 107:4853, 1985.

[2] B. J. Alder and T. E. Wainwright. Studies in Molecular Dynamics

II: Behaviour of a Small Number of Elastic Spheres. J. Chem.

Phys., 33:1439, 1990.

[3] T. B. Anderson and R. Jackson. A Fluid Mechanical Description

of Fluidized Beds. I & EC Fundam., 6:527534, 1967.

[4] F. Backmier, K. H. Eberius, and T. Just. Comb. Sci. Tech., 7:77,

1973.

[5] S. Badzioch and P. G. W. Hawksley. Kinetics of Thermal Decomposition of Pulverized Coal Particles. Ind. Eng. Chem. Process

Design and Development, 9:521530, 1970.

[6] F. J. Barnes, J. H. Bromly, T. J. Edwards, and R. Madngezewsky.

NOx Emissions from Radiant Gas Burners. Journal of the Institute

of Energy, 155:184188, 1988.

[7] T. J. Barth and D. Jespersen. The design and application of upwind schemes on unstructured meshes. Technical Report AIAA89-0366, AIAA 27th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada,

1989.

[8] H. Barths, C. Antoni, and N. Peters. Three-Dimensional Simulation of Pollutant Formation in a DI-Diesel Engine Using Multiple

Interactive Flamelets. SAE Paper, accepted for publication 1998.

[9] H. Barths et al. Simulation of Pollutant Formation in a Gas Turbine Combustor Using Unsteady Flamelets. In 27th Symp. (Intl.)

on Combustion. The Combustion Institute, accepted for publication 1998.

Bib-1

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Univ. Press, Cambridge, England, 1967.

[11] D. L. Baulch, D. D. Drysdall, D. G. Horne, and A. C. Lloyd.

Evaluated Kinetic Data for High Temperature Reactions, volume

1,2,3. Butterworth, 1973.

[12] D. L. Baulch et al. Evaluated Kinetic Data for Combustion Modelling. J. Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 21(3), 1992.

[13] M. M. Baum and P. J. Street. Predicting the Combustion Behavior

of Coal Particles. Combust. Sci. Tech., 3(5):231243, 1971.

[14] L. L. Baxter. Turbulent Transport of Particles.

Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1989.

PhD thesis,

The STP Model. Energy & Fuels, 7:852859, 1993.

[16] A. Bejan. Convection Heat Transfer. John Wiley and Sons, New

York, 1984.

[17] R. W. Bilger. Turbulent Flows with Nonpremixed Reactants. In

P. A. Libby and F. A. Williams, editors, Turbulent Reacting Flows,

Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1980.

[18] R. W. Bilger and R. E. Beck. In 15th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion,

page 541. The Combustion Institute, 1975.

[19] R. W. Bilger, M. B. Esler, and S. H. Starner. On Reduced Mechanisms for Methane-Air Combustion. In Lecture Notes in Physics,

volume 384, page 86. Springer-Verlag, 1991.

[20] B. Binniger, M. Chan, G. Paczkko, and M. Herrmann. Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Partially Premixed Hydrogen Flames

with the Flamelet Model. Technical report, Advanced Combustion

Gmbh, Internal Report, 1998.

[21] J. Blauvens, B. Smets, and J. Peters. In 16th Symp. (Intl.) on

Combustion. The Combustion Institute, 1977.

Bib-2

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[22] R. M. Bowen. Theory of Mixtures. In A. C. Eringen, editor, Continuum Physics, pages 1127. Academic Press, New York, 1976.

[23] C. T. Bowman. Chemistry of Gaseous Pollutant Formation and

Destruction. In W. Bartok and A. F. Sarofim, editors, Fossil Fuel

Combustion. J. Wiley and Sons, Canada, 1991.

[24] R. K. Boyd and J. H. Kent. Three-dimensional furnace computer

modeling. In 21st Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion, pages 265274.

The Combustion Institute, 1986.

[25] J. U. Brackbill, D. B. Kothe, and C. Zemach. A Continuum

Method for Modeling Surface Tension. J. Comput. Phys., 100:335

354, 1992.

[26] A. Brandt. Multi-level Adaptive Computations in Fluid Dynamics.

Technical Report AIAA-79-1455, AIAA, Williamsburg, VA, 1979.

[27] K. N. Bray and N. Peters. Laminar Flamelets in Turbulent Flames.

In P. A. Libby and F. A. Williams, editors, Turbulent Reacting

Flows, pages 63114. Academic Press, 1994.

[28] S. Brunauer. The Absorption of Gases and Vapors. Princeton

University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1943.

[29] M. Bui-Pham and K. Seshadri. Comparison between Experimental Measurements and Numerical Calculations of the Structure of

Heptane-Air Diffusion Flames. Combust. Sci. and Tech., 79:293

310, 1991.

[30] M. G. Carvalho, T. Farias, and P. Fontes. Predicting Radiative

Heat Transfer in Absorbing, Emitting, and Scattering Media Using

the Discrete Transfer Method. In W.A. Fiveland et al., editor,

Fundamentals of Radiation Heat Transfer, volume 160, pages 17

26. ASME HTD, 1991.

[31] T. Cebeci and P. Bradshaw. Momentum Transfer in Boundary

Layers. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, New York, 1977.

[32] S. Chapman and T. G. Cowling. The Mathematical Theory of NonUniform Gases. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England,

3rd edition, 1990.

Bib-3

BIBLIOGRAPHY

(Intl.) on Combustion, pages 11891197. The Combustion Institute, 1992.

[34] H. C. Chen and V. C. Patel. Near-Wall Turbulence Models for

Complex Flows Including Separation. AIAA Journal, 26(6):641

648, 1988.

[35] P. Cheng. Two-Dimensional Radiating Gas Flow by a Moment

Method. AIAA Journal, 2:16621664, 1964.

[36] D. Choudhury. Introduction to the Renormalization Group

Method and Turbulence Modeling. Fluent Inc. Technical Memorandum TM-107, 1993.

[37] E. H. Chui and G. D. Raithby. Computation of Radiant Heat

Transfer on a Non-Orthogonal Mesh Using the Finite-Volume

Method. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 23:269288, 1993.

[38] Clift, Grace, and Weber. Bubbles, Drops, and Particles. Technical

report, Academic Press, 1978.

[39] P. J. Coelho and M. G. Carvalho. Modelling of Soot Formation

and Oxidation in Turbulent Diffusion Flames. J. of Thermophysics

and Heat Transfer, 9(4):644652, 1995.

[40] M. F. Cohen and D. P. Greenberg. The Hemi-Cube: A Radiosity Solution for Complex Environments. Computer Graphics,

19(3):3140, 1985.

[41] A. Coppalle and P. Vervisch. The Total Emissivities of HighTemperature Flames. Combust. Flame, 49:101108, 1983.

[42] C. Crowe, M. Sommerfield, and Yutaka Tsuji. Multiphase Flows

with Droplets and Particles. CRC Press, 1998.

[43] G. T. Csanady. Turbulent Diffusion of Heavy Particles in the Atmosphere. J. Atmos. Science, 20:201208, 1963.

[44] E. H. Cuthill and J. McKee. Reducing Bandwidth of Sparse Symmetric Matrices. In Proc. ACM 24th National Conf., pages 157

172, New York, 1969.

Bib-4

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Report UCRL-MA-118618, 1994.

[46] J. Dacles-Mariani, G. G. Zilliac, J. S. Chow, and P. Bradshaw.

Numerical/Experimental Study of a Wingtip Vortex in the Near

Field. AIAA Journal, 33(9):15611568, 1995.

[47] J. M. Dalla Valle. Micromeritics. Pitman, London, 1948.

[48] B. J. Daly and F. H. Harlow. Transport Equations in Turbulence.

Phys. Fluids, 13:26342649, 1970.

[49] M. K. Denison and B. W. Webb. A Spectral Line-Based WeightedSum-of-Gray-Gases Model for Arbitrary RTE Solvers. J. Heat

Transfer, 115:10021012, 1993.

[50] J. Ding and D. Gidaspow. A Bubbling Fluidization Model Using

Kinetic Theory of Granular Flow. AIChE J., 36(4):523538, 1990.

[51] G. Dixon-Lewis. Structure of Laminar Flames. In 23rd Symp.

(Intl.) on Combustion, pages 305324. The Combustion Institute,

1990.

[52] N. Dombrowski and W. R. Johns. The aerodynamic Instability

and Disintegration of Viscous Liquid Sheets. Chemical Engineering

Science, 18:203, 1963.

[53] M. C. Drake and R. J. Blint. Thermal NOx in Stretched Laminar

Opposed-Flow Diffusion Flames with CO/H 2 /N2 Fuel. Combustion

and Flame, 76:151167, 1989.

[54] M. C. Drake and R. J. Blint. Relative Importance of Nitrogen

Oxide Formation Mechanisms in Laminar Opposed-Flow Diffusion

Flames. Combustion and Flame, 83:185203, 1991.

[55] M. C. Drake, S. M. Correa, R. W. Pitz, W. Shyy, and C. P. Fenimore. Superequilibrium and Thermal Nitric Oxide Formation in

Turbulent Diffusion Flames. Combustion and Flame, 69:347365,

1987.

Bib-5

BIBLIOGRAPHY

D. W. Sweeney, and N. M. Laurendeau. In 20th Symp. (Intl.) on

Combustion, page 327. The Combustion Institute, 1984.

[57] D. A. Drew and R. T. Lahey. In Particulate Two-Phase Flow,

pages 509566. Butterworth-Heinemann, Boston, 1993.

[58] V. Dupont, M. Porkashanian, A. Williams, and R. Woolley. Reduction of NOx formation in natural gas burner flames. Fuel,

72(4):497503, April 1993.

[59] D. K. Edwards and R. Matavosian. Scaling Rules for Total Absorptivity and Emissivity of Gases. J. Heat Transfer, 106:684689,

1984.

[60] J. K. Edwards, B. S. McLaury, and S. A. Shirazi. Evaluation of

Alternative Pipe Bend Fittings in Erosive Service. In Proceedings

of ASME FEDSM00: ASME 2000 Fluids Engineering Division

Summer Meeting, Boston, June 2000.

[61] S. E. Elgobashi and T. W. Abou-Arab. A Two-Equation Turbulence Model for Two-Phase Flows. Phys. Fluids, 26(4):931938,

1983.

[62] S. Ergun. Fluid Flow through Packed Columns. Chem. Eng. Prog.,

48(2):8994, 1952.

[63] C. P. Fenimore. Formation of Nitric Oxide in Premixed Hydrocarbon Flames. In 13th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion, page 373. The

Combustion Institute, 1971.

[64] J. L. Ferzieger and M. Peric. Computational Methods for Fluid

Dynamics. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1996.

[65] M. A. Field. Rate of Combustion Of Size-Graded Fractions of Char

from a Low Rank Coal between 1200 K2000 K. Combust. Flame,

13:237252, 1969.

[66] W. A. Fiveland and A. S. Jamaluddin. Three-Dimensional Spectral Radiative Heat Transfer Solutions by the Discrete Ordinates

Bib-6

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Combustion and Fires, pp. 4348, 1989.

[67] T. H. Fletcher and D. R. Hardesty. Compilation of Sandia coal

devolatilization data: Milestone report. Sandia Report SAND928209, 1992.

[68] T. H. Fletcher and A. R. Kerstein. Chemical percolation model for

devolatilization: 3. Direct use of 13 C NMR data to predict effects

of coal type. Energy and Fuels, 6:414, 1992.

[69] T. H. Fletcher, A. R. Kerstein, R. J. Pugmire, and D. M. Grant.

Chemical percolation model for devolatilization: 2. Temperature

and heating rate effects on product yields. Energy and Fuels, 4:54,

1990.

[70] W. L. Flower, R. K. Hanson, and C. H. Kruger. In 15th Symp.

(Intl.) on Combustion, page 823. The Combustion Institute, 1975.

[71] S. Fu, B. E. Launder, and M. A. Leschziner. Modeling Strongly

Swirling Recirculating Jet Flow with Reynolds-Stress Transport

Closures. In Sixth Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Toulouse,

France, 1987.

[72] B. A. Galperin and S. A. Orszag. Large Eddy Simulation of Complex Engineering and Geophysical Flows. Cambridge University

Press, 1993.

[73] J. Garside and M. R. Al-Dibouni. Velocity-Voidage Relationships

for Fluidization and Sedimentation. I & EC Process Des. Dev.,

16:206214, 1977.

[74] N. E. Gibbs, W. G. Poole, Jr., and P. K. Stockmeyer. An algorithm

for reducing the bandwidth and profile of a sparse matrix. SIAM

J. Numer. Anal., 13:236250, 1976.

[75] M. M. Gibson and B. E. Launder. Ground Effects on Pressure

Fluctuations in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer. J. Fluid Mech.,

86:491511, 1978.

Bib-7

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[76] D. Gidaspow, R. Bezburuah, and J. Ding. Hydrodynamics of Circulating Fluidized Beds, Kinetic Theory Approach. In Fluidization

VII, Proceedings of the 7th Engineering Foundation Conference on

Fluidization, pages 7582, 1992.

[77] R.G. Gilbert, K. Luther, and J. Troe.

Chem., 87, 1983.

[78] M. Giles. Non-Reflecting Boundary Conditions for the Euler Equations. Technical Report TR 88-1-1988, Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

[79] J. Gottgens, F. Mauss, and N. Peters. Analytic Approximations

of Burning Velocities and Flame Thicknesses of Lean Hydrogen,

Methane, Ethylene, Ethane, Acetylene and Propane Flames. In

Twenty-Fourth Symposium (Int.) on Combustion, pages 129135,

Pittsburgh, 1992.

[80] I. R. Gran and B. F. Magnussen. A numerical study of a bluff-body

stabilized diffusion flame. part 2. influence of combustion modeling and finite-rate chemistry. Combustion Science and Technology,

119:191, 1996.

[81] D. M. Grant, R. J. Pugmire, T. H. Fletcher, and A. R. Kerstein.

Chemical percolation model of coal devolatilization using percolation lattice statistics. Energy and Fuels, 3:175, 1989.

[82] P. M. Gresho, R. L. Lee, and R. L. Sani. On the Time-Dependent

Solution of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations in Two and

Three Dimensions. In Recent Advances in Numerical Methods in

Fluids. Pineridge Press, Swansea, U.K., 1980.

[83] W.L. Grosshandler. RADCAL: A Narrow-Band Model for Radiation Calculations in a Combustion Environment. Technical Report

NIST Technical Note 1402, NIST, 1993.

[84] W. W. Hagerty and J. F. Shea. A Study of the Stability of Plane

Fluid Sheets. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 22:509, 1955.

Bib-8

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[85] A. Haider and O. Levenspiel. Drag Coefficient and Terminal Velocity of Spherical and Nonspherical Particles. Powder Technology,

58:6370, 1989.

[86] Z. Han, S. Perrish, P. V. Farrell, and R. D. Reitz. Modeling Atomization Processes of Pressure-Swirl Hollow-Cone Fuel Sprays.

Atomization and Sprays, 7(6):663684, Nov.-Dec. 1997.

[87] G. Hand, M. Missaghi, M. Pourkashanian, and A. Williams. Experimental Studies and Computer Modelling of Nitrogen Oxides

in a Cylindrical Furnace. In Proceedings of the Ninth Members

Conference, volume 2. IFRF Doc No K21/g/30, 1989.

[88] R. K. Hanson and S. Salimian. Survey of Rate Constants in H/N/O

Systems. In W. C. Gardiner, editor, Combustion Chemistry, page

361, 1984.

[89] R. A. W. M. Henkes and C. J. Hoogendoorn. Scaling of the Turbulent Natural Convection Flow in a Heated Square Cavity. Trans.

of the ASME, 116:400408, May 1994.

[90] R. A. W. M. Henkes, F. F. van der Flugt, and C. J. Hoogendoorn.

Natural Convection Flow in a Square Cavity Calculated with LowReynolds-Number Turbulence Models. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer,

34:15431557, 1991.

[91] J.O. Hinze. Turbulence. McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., New York,

1975.

[92] J. O. Hirschfelder, C. F. Curtiss, and R. B. Bird. Molecular Theory

of Gases and Liquids. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1954.

[93] C. W. Hirt and B. D. Nichols. Volume of Fluid (VOF) Method for

the Dynamics of Free Boundaries. J. Comput. Phys., 39:201225,

1981.

[94] T. J. Houser, M. Hull, R. Alway, and T. Biftu. Int. Journal of

Chem. Kinet., 12:579, 1980.

[95] P. Huang, P. Bradshaw, and T. Coakley. Skin Friction and Velocity

Profile Family for Compressible Turbulent Boundary Layers. AIAA

Journal, 31(9):16001604, September 1993.

Bib-9

BIBLIOGRAPHY

on the Additive Correction Strategy. Numerical Heat Transfer,

9:511537, 1986.

[97] R. I. Issa. Solution of Implicitly Discretized Fluid Flow Equations

by Operator Splitting. J. Comput. Phys., 62:4065, 1986.

[98] G. W. Jackson and D. F. James. The Permeability of Fibrous

Porous Media. Canadian Journal of Chem. Eng., 64(3):364374,

June 1986.

[99] S. Jain. Three-Dimensional Simulation of Turbulent Particle Dispersion. PhD thesis, University of Utah, Utah, 1995.

[100] A. Jameson. Solution of the Euler Equations for Two Dimensional

Transonic Flow by a Multigrid Method. MAE Report 1613, Princeton University, June 1983.

[101] A. Jameson, W. Schmidt, and E. Turkel. Numerical Solution of the

Euler Equations by Finite Volume Methods Using Runge-Kutta

Time-Stepping Schemes. Technical Report AIAA-81-1259, AIAA

14th Fluid and Plasma Dynamics Conference, Palo Alto, California, June 1981.

[102] J. Janicka and W. Kollmann. A Two-Variable Formulation for the

Treatment of Chemical Reactions in Turbulent H 2 -Air Diffusion

Flames. In 17th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion. The Combustion

Institute, 1978.

[103] J. Janicka and W. Kollmann. A Numerical Study of Oscillating

Flow Around a Circular Cylinder. Combustion and Flame, 44:319

336, 1982.

[104] C. Jayatilleke. The Influence of Prandtl Number and Surface

Roughness on the Resistance of the Laminar Sublayer to Momentum and Heat Transfer. Prog. Heat Mass Transfer, 1:193321,

1969.

[105] W. P. Jones and J. H. Whitelaw. Calculation Methods for Reacting

Turbulent Flows: A Review. Combust. Flame, 48:126, 1982.

Bib-10

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Flows. PhD thesis, EPF Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1992.

[107] T. Just and S. Kelm. Die Industry, 38:76, 1986.

[108] B. Kader. Temperature and Concentration Profiles in Fully Turbulent Boundary Layers. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 24(9):1541

1544, 1993.

[109] K. C. Karki and S. V. Patankar. Pressure-Based Calculation Procedure for Viscous Flows at All Speeds in Arbitrary Configurations.

AIAA Journal, 27:11671174, 1989.

[110] G. Karypis and V. Kumar. METIS - A Software Package for Partitioning Unstructured Graphs, Partitioning Meshes, and Computing Fill-Reducing Orderings of Sparse Matrices, Version 3.0.

Manual, University of Minnesota and Army HPC Research Center, 1997.

[111] W. M. Kays. Turbulent Prandtl Number - Where Are We?

Heat Transfer, 116:284295, 1994.

J.

[112] R.J. Kee, F.M. Rupley, and J.A. Miller. CHEMKIN II: A Fortran

Chemical Kinetics Package for the Analysis of Gas-Phase Chemical

Kinetics. Technical Report SAND 89-8009, Sandia National Labs,

1989.

[113] I. M. Khan and G. Greeves. A Method for Calculating the Formation and Combustion of Soot in Diesel Engines. In N. H. Afgan and

J. M. Beer, editors, Heat Transfer in Flames, chapter 25. Scripta,

Washington DC, 1974.

[114] J.S. Kim and F.A. Williams. Extinction of Diffusion Flames with

Non-Unity Lewis Number. Eng. Math, 31:101118, 1997.

[115] S.-E. Kim and D. Choudhury. A Near-Wall Treatment Using Wall

Functions Sensitized to Pressure Gradient. In ASME FED Vol.

217, Separated and Complex Flows. ASME, 1995.

[116] S.-E. Kim, D. Choudhury, and B. Patel. Computations of Complex Turbulent Flows Using the Commercial Code FLUENT. In

Bib-11

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Proceedings of the ICASE/LaRC/AFOSR Symposium on Modeling Complex Turbulent Flows, Hampton, Virginia, 1997.

[117] H. Kobayashi, J. B. Howard, and A. F. Sarofim. Coal Devolatilization at High Temperatures. In 16th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion.

The Combustion Institute, 1976.

[118] S. C. Kong, Z. Han, and R. D. Reitz. The Development and Application of a Diesel Ignition and Combustion Model for Multidimensional Engine Simulation. SAE 872089, SAE, 1995.

[119] A. Kubota, H. Kato, and H. Yamaguchi. A New Modelling of

Cavitating Flows: A Numerical Study of Unsteady Cavitation on

a Hydrofoil Section. J. Fluid Mech., 240:5996, 1992.

[120] K. K. Y. Kuo. Principles of Combustion. John Wiley and Sons,

New York, 1986.

[121] V. R. Kuznetsov and V. A. Sabelnikov. Turbulence and Combustion, 1990.

[122] H. Lamb. Hydrodynamics, Sixth Edition. Dover Publications, New

York, 1945.

[123] M. E. Larsen and J. R. Howell. Least Squares Smoothing of Direct

Exchange Areas in Zonal Analysis. J. Heat Transfer, 108:239242,

1986.

[124] B. E. Launder. Second-Moment Closure and Its Use in Modeling

Turbulent Industrial Flows. International Journal for Numerical

Methods in Fluids, 9:963985, 1989.

[125] B. E. Launder. Second-Moment Closure: Present... and Future?

Inter. J. Heat Fluid Flow, 10(4):282300, 1989.

[126] B. E. Launder, G. J. Reece, and W. Rodi. Progress in the Development of a Reynolds-Stress Turbulence Closure. J. Fluid Mech.,

68(3):537566, April 1975.

[127] B. E. Launder and N. Shima. Second-Moment Closure for the

Near-Wall Sublayer: Development and Application. AIAA Journal, 27(10):13191325, 1989.

Bib-12

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[128] B. E. Launder and D. B. Spalding. Lectures in Mathematical Models of Turbulence. Academic Press, London, England, 1972.

[129] B. E. Launder and D. B. Spalding. The Numerical Computation

of Turbulent Flows. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and

Engineering, 3:269289, 1974.

[130] N. M. Laurendeau. Heterogeneous Kinetics of Coal Char Gasification and Combustion. Prog. Energy Comb. Sci., 4:221270, 1978.

[131] J. L. Lebowitz. Exact Solution of Generalized Percus-Yevick Equation for a Mixture of Hard Spheres. The Phy. Rev., 133(4A):A895

A899, 1964.

[132] A. H. Lefebvre. Atomization and Sprays. Hemisphere Publishing

Corporation, 1989.

[133] B. P. Leonard and S. Mokhtari. ULTRA-SHARP Nonoscillatory Convection Schemes for High-Speed Steady Multidimensional

Flow. NASA TM 1-2568 (ICOMP-90-12), NASA Lewis Research

Center, 1990.

[134] J. M. Levy, L. K. Chen, A. F. Sarofim, and J. M. Beer. NO/Char

Reactions at Pulverized Coal Flame Conditions. In 18th Symp.

(Intl.) on Combustion. The Combustion Institute, 1981.

[135] A. Li and G. Ahmadi. Dispersion and Deposition of Spherical

Particles from Point Sources in a Turbulent Channel Flow. Aerosol

Science and Technology, 16:209226, 1992.

[136] X. Li and R. S. Tankin. On the Temporal Instability of a TwoDimensional Viscous Liquid Sheet. Journal of Fluid Mechanics,

226:425, 1991.

[137] A. K. Lichtarowicz, R. K. Duggins, and E. Markland. Discharge

Coefficients for Incompressible Non-Cavitating Flow Through

Long Orifices. Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 7:2,

1965.

Bib-13

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Transport Models Including Non-Linear RNG Eddy-Viscosity Formulation and Second-Moment Closure. Computers and Fluids,

23(8):9831004, 1994.

[139] D. K. Lilly. On the Application of the Eddy Viscosity Concept in

the Inertial Subrange of Turbulence. NCAR Manuscript 123, 1966.

[140] F. Lindemann. Trans. Faraday Soc., 7, 1922.

[141] R. J. Litchford and S.M. Jeng. Efficient Statistical Transport

Model for Turbulent Particle Dispersion in Sprays. AIAA Journal,

29:1443, 1991.

[142] A. B. Liu, D. Mather, and R. D. Reitz. Modeling the Effects of

Drop Drag and Breakup on Fuel Sprays. SAE Technical Paper

930072, SAE, 1993.

[143] F. C. Lockwood, S. M. A. Rizvi, and N. G. Shah. Comparative Predictive Experience of Coal Firing. In Proceedings Inst. Mechanical

Engns., volume 200, pages 7987.

[144] F. C. Lockwood and C. A. Romo-Millanes. Mathematical Modelling of Fuel - NO Emissions From PF Burners. J. Int. Energy,

65:144152, September 1992.

[145] C. K. K. Lun, S. B. Savage, D. J. Jeffrey, and N. Chepurniy. Kinetic

Theories for Granular Flow: Inelastic Particles in Couette Flow

and Slightly Inelastic Particles in a General Flow Field. J. Fluid

Mech., 140:223256, 1984.

[146] J. Y. Luo, R. I. Issa, and A. D. Gosman. Prediction of ImpellerInduced Flows in Mixing Vessels Using Multiple Frames of Reference. In IChemE Symposium Series, number 136, pages 549556,

1994.

[147] A. E. Lutz, R. J. Kee, J. F. Grcar, and F. M. Rupley. OPPDIF:

A FORTRAN Program for Computing Opposed-Flow Diffusion

Flames. Sandia National Laboratories Report SAND96-8243, 1997.

Bib-14

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[148] B. F. Magnussen. On the Structure of Turbulence and a Generalized Eddy Dissipation Concept for Chemical Reaction in Turbulent

Flow. Nineteeth AIAA Meeting, St. Louis, 1981.

[149] B. F. Magnussen and B. H. Hjertager. On mathematical models

of turbulent combustion with special emphasis on soot formation

and combustion. In 16th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion. The Combustion Institute, 1976.

[150] M. Manninen, V. Taivassalo, and S. Kallio. On the mixture model

for multiphase flow. VTT Publications 288, Technical Research

Centre of Finland, 1996.

[151] B. J. McBride, S. Gordon, and M. A. Reno. Coefficients for Calculating Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Individual

Species. NASA TM-4513, October 1993.

[152] H. A. McGee. Molecular Engineering. McGraw-Hill, New York,

1991.

[153] F. R. Menter. Two-Equation Eddy-Viscosity Turbulence Models

for Engineering Applications. AIAA Journal, 32(8):15981605, August 1994.

[154] H. J. Merk. The Macroscopic Equations for Simultaneous Heat

and Mass Transfer in Isotropic, Continuous and Closed Systems.

Appl. Sci. Res., 8:7399, 1958.

[155] R. Merz, J. Kruckels, J. Mayer, and H. Stetter. Computation of

Three Dimensional Viscous Transonic Turbine Stage Flow Including Tip Clearance Effects. ASME 95-GT-76, 1995.

[156] J. A. Miller, M. C. Branch, W. J. McLean, D. W. Chandler, M. D.

Smooke, and R. J. Kee. In 20th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion,

page 673. The Combustion Institute, 1985.

[157] J. A. Miller and G. A. Fisk. Chemical and Engineering News, 31,

1987.

[158] M. Missaghi. Mathematical Modelling of Chemical Sources in Turbulent Combustion. PhD thesis, The University of Leeds, England,

1987.

Bib-15

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Proceedings of American Flame Days Conference, USA, 1990.

[160] M. F. Modest. The Weighted-Sum-of-Gray-Gases Model for Arbitrary Solution Methods in Radiative Transfer. J. Heat Transfer,

113:650656, 1991.

[161] M. F. Modest. Radiative Heat Transfer. Series in Mechanical

Engineering. McGraw Hill, 1993.

[162] J. P. Monat, R. K. Hanson, and C. H. Kruger. In 17th Symp.

(Intl.) on Combustion, page 543. The Combustion Institute, 1979.

[163] S. A. Morsi and A. J. Alexander. An Investigation of Particle Trajectories in Two-Phase Flow Systems. J. Fluid Mech., 55(2):193

208, September 26 1972.

[164] C. M. Muller, H. Breitbach, and N. Peters. Partially Premixed

Turbulent Flame Propagation in Jet Flames. Technical report,

25th Symposium (Int) on Combustion, The Combustion Institute,

1994.

[165] J. Y. Murthy and S. R. Mathur. A Finite Volume Method For

Radiative Heat Transfer Using Unstructured Meshes. AIAA-980860, January 1998.

[166] W. H. Nurick. Orifice Cavitation and Its Effects on Spray Mixing.

Journal of Fluids Engineering, page 98, 1976.

[167] S. Ogawa, A. Umemura, and N. Oshima. On the Equation of Fully

Fluidized Granular Materials. J. Appl. Math. Phys., 31:483, 1980.

[168] P. J. ORourke. Collective Drop Effects on Vaporizing Liquid

Sprays. PhD thesis, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey,

1981.

[169] P.J. ORourke and A. A. Amsden. The TAB Method for Numerical Calculation of Spray Droplet Breakup. SAE Technical Paper

872089, SAE, 1987.

Bib-16

BIBLIOGRAPHY

of Submicrometer Particles in the Viscous Sublayer. Journal of

Colloid and Interface Science, 143(1):266277, 1991.

[171] M. N. Ozisik. Radiative Transfer and Interactions with Conduction

and Convection. Wiley, New York, 1973.

[172] S. V. Patankar. Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow. Hemisphere, Washington, D.C., 1980.

[173] S. V. Patankar, C. H. Liu, and E. M. Sparrow. Fully Developed

Flow and Heat Transfer in Ducts Having Streamwise-Periodic Variations of Cross-Sectional Area. ASME J. of Heat Transfer, 99:180

186, 1977.

[174] T. Peeters. Numerical Modeling of Turbulence Natural-Gas Diffusion Flames. PhD thesis, Delft Technical University, Delft, The

Netherlands, 1995.

[175] R. H. Perry, D. W. Gree, and J. O. Maloney. Perrys Chemical

Engineers Handbook. McGraw Hill, New York, 6th edition, 1984.

[176] N. Peters. Laminar Diffusion Flamelet Models in Non Premixed

Combustion. Prog. Energy Combust. Sci., 10:319339, 1984.

[177] N. Peters. Laminar Flamelet Concepts in Turbulent Combustion.

In 21st Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion, pages 12311250. The Combustion Institute, 1986.

[178] N. Peters and S. Donnerhack. In 18th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion, page 33. The Combustion Institute, 1981.

[179] N. Peters and B. Rogg. Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms for Applications in Combustion Systems. In Lecture Notes in Physics, volume

m15. Springer-Verlag, 1992.

[180] K. K. Pillai. The Influence of Coal Type on Devolatilization and

Combustion in Fluidized Beds. J. Inst. Energy, page 142, 1981.

[181] H. Pitsch, H. Barths, and N. Peters. Three-Dimensional Modeling

of NOx and Soot Formation in DI-Diesel Engines Using Detailed

Bib-17

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Chemistry Based on the Interactive Flamelet Approach. SAE Paper 962057, 1996.

[182] H. Pitsch and N. Peters. A Consistent Flamelet Formulation for

Non-Premixed Combustion Considering Differential Diffusion Effects. Combust. Flame, 114:2640, 1998.

[183] G. D. Raithby and E. H. Chui. A Finite-Volume Method for Predicting a Radiant Heat Transfer in Enclosures with Participating

Media. J. Heat Transfer, 112:415423, 1990.

[184] W. E. Ranz. Some Experiments on Orifice Sprays. Canadian

Journal of Chemical Engineering, page 175, 1958.

[185] W. E. Ranz and W. R. Marshall, Jr. Evaporation from Drops,

Part I. Chem. Eng. Prog., 48(3):141146, March 1952.

[186] W. E. Ranz and W. R. Marshall, Jr. Evaporation from Drops,

Part II. Chem. Eng. Prog., 48(4):173180, April 1952.

[187] R. D. Reitz. Mechanisms of Breakup of Round Liquid Jets. The

Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics, ed. N. Cheremisnoff, 3:223249,

1986.

[188] R. D. Reitz. Mechanisms of Atomization Processes in HighPressure Vaporizing Sprays. Atomization and Spray Technology,

3:309337, 1987.

[189] R. D. Reitz and F. V. Bracco. Mechanism of Atomization of a

Liquid Jet. Phys. Fluids., 26(10), 1982.

[190] W. C. Reynolds. Thermodynamic Properties in SI: Graphs, Tables,

and Computational Equations for 40 Substances. Department of

Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 1979.

[191] W. C. Reynolds. Fundamentals of turbulence for turbulence modeling and simulation. Lecture Notes for Von Karman Institute

Agard Report No. 755, 1987.

[192] C. M. Rhie and W. L. Chow. Numerical Study of the Turbulent

Flow Past an Airfoil with Trailing Edge Separation. AIAA Journal,

21(11):15251532, November 1983.

Bib-18

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Part I. Trans. Inst. Chem. Eng., 32:3553, 1954.

[194] P. L. Roe. Characteristic based schemes for the Euler equations.

Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 18:337365, 1986.

[195] J. W. Rose and J. R. Cooper, editors. Technical Data on Fuels.

Wiley, 7th edition, 1977.

[196] P. G. Saffman. The Lift on a Small Sphere in a Slow Shear Flow.

J. Fluid Mech., 22:385400, 1965.

[197] S. Sarkar and L. Balakrishnan. Application of a Reynolds-Stress

Turbulence Model to the Compressible Shear Layer. ICASE Report

90-18, NASA CR 182002, 1990.

[198] A. Saxer. A Numerical Analysis of a 3D Inviscid Stator/Rotor Interaction Using Non-Reflecting Boundary Conditions. PhD thesis,

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts,

March 1992.

[199] S. S. Sazhin. An Approximation for the Absorption Coefficient of

Soot in a Radiating Gas. Manuscript, Fluent Europe, Ltd., 1994.

[200] D. G. Schaeffer. Instability in the Evolution Equations Describing

Incompressible Granular Flow. J. Diff. Eq., 66:1950, 1987.

[201] R. W. Schefer, M. Namazian, and J. Kelly. In Combustion Research

Facility News, volume 3, number 4. Sandia, 1991.

[202] L. Schiller and Z. Naumann. Z. Ver. Deutsch. Ing., 77:318, 1935.

[203] H. Schlichting. Boundary-Layer Theory. McGraw-Hill, New York,

1979.

[204] D. P. Schmidt and M. L. Corradini. Analytical Prediction of the

Exit Flow of Cavitating Orifices. Atomization and Sprays, 7:6,

1997.

[205] D. P. Schmidt, M. L. Corradini, and C. J. Rutland. A TwoDimensional, Non-Equilibrium Model of Flashing Nozzle Flow. In

3rd ASME/JSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference, 1999.

Bib-19

BIBLIOGRAPHY

and R. D. Reitz. Pressure-Swirl Atomization in the Near Field.

SAE Paper 01-0496, SAE, 1999.

[207] P. K. Senecal, D. P. Schmidt, I. Nouar, C. J. Rutland, and R. D.

Reitz. Modeling High Speed Viscous Liquid Sheet Atomization.

International Journal of Multiphase Flow, in press.

[208] N. G. Shah. A New Method of Computation of Radiant Heat Transfer in Combustion Chambers. PhD thesis, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, England, 1979.

[209] T.-H. Shih, W. W. Liou, A. Shabbir, and J. Zhu. A New k- EddyViscosity Model for High Reynolds Number Turbulent Flows Model Development and Validation. Computers Fluids, 24(3):227

238, 1995.

[210] R. Siegel and J. R. Howell. Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer.

Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, Washington D.C., 1992.

[211] R. Siegel and C. M. Spuckler. Effect of Refractive Index and Diffuse

or Specular Boundaries on a Radiating Isothermal Layer. J. Heat

Transfer, 116:787790, 1994.

[212] C. Simonin and P. L. Viollet. Predictions of an Oxygen Droplet

Pulverization in a Compressible Subsonic Coflowing Hydrogen

Flow. Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows, FED91:6582,

1990.

[213] Y. R. Sivathanu and G. M. Faeth. Generalized State Relationships

for Scalar Properties in Non-Premixed Hydrocarbon/Air Flames.

Combust. Flame, 82:211230, 1990.

[214] J. Smagorinsky. General Circulation Experiments with the Primitive Equations. I. The Basic Experiment. Month. Wea. Rev., 91:99

164, 1963.

[215] Smith and Van Winkle. Am. Inst. Chem. Eng. J., 4:266268, 1958.

[216] I. W. Smith. Comb. Flame, 17:421, 1971.

Bib-20

BIBLIOGRAPHY

57:409414, 1978.

[218] I. W. Smith. The Combustion Rates of Coal Chars: A Review. In

19th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion, pages 10451065. The Combustion Institute, 1982.

[219] T. F. Smith, Z. F. Shen, and J. N. Friedman. Evaluation of Coefficients for the Weighted Sum of Gray Gases Model. J. Heat

Transfer, 104:602608, 1982.

[220] M. D. Smooke. Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms and Asymptotic Approximations for Methane-Air Flames. In Lecture Notes in Physics,

volume 384. Springer-Verlag, 1991.

[221] M. D. Smooke, I. K. Puri, and K. Seshadri. A comparison Between Numerical Calculations and Experimental Measurements of

the Structure of a Counterflow Diffusion Flame Burning Diluted

Methane in Diluted Air. In 21st Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion,

pages 17831792. The Combustion Institute, 1986.

[222] L. D. Smoot and P. J. Smith. NO x Pollutant Formation in a Turbulent Coal System. In Coal Combustion and Gasification, page

373, Plenum, Plenum, NY, 1985.

[223] G. G. De Soete. Overall Reaction Rates of NO and N 2 Formation

from Fuel Nitrogen. In 15th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion, page

1093. The Combustion Institute, 1975.

[224] M. S. Solum, R. J. Pugmire, and D. M. Grant. Energy and Fuels,

3:187, 1989.

[225] C. Soteriou, R. Andrews, and M. Smith. Direct Injection Diesel

Sprays and the Effect of Cavitation and Hydraulic Flip on Atomization. SAE Paper 950080, SAE, 1995.

[226] P. Spalart and S. Allmaras. A one-equation turbulence model for

aerodynamic flows. Technical Report AIAA-92-0439, American

Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1992.

Bib-21

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[227] D. B. Spalding. Mixing and chemical reaction in steady confined turbulent flames. In 13th Symp. (Intl.) on Combustion. The

Combustion Institute, 1970.

[228] C. G. Speziale, S. Sarkar, and T. B. Gatski. Modelling the

Pressure-Strain Correlation of Turbulence: An Invariant Dynamical Systems Approach. J. Fluid Mech., 227:245272, 1991.

[229] H. B. Squire. Investigation of the Instability of a Moving Liquid

Film. British Journal of Applied Physics, 4:167, 1953.

[230] P.H. Steward, C.W. Larson, and D. Golden.

Flame, 75, 1989.

Combustion and

[231] K. Sutton and P. A. Gnoffo. Multi-component Diffusion with Application to Computational Aerothermodynamics. AIAA Paper

98-2575, AIAA, 1998.

[232] C. R. Swaminathan and V. R. Voller. A General Enthalpy Method

for Modeling Solidification Processes. Metallurgical Transactions

B, 23B:651664, October 1992.

[233] M. Syamlal. The Particle-Particle Drag Term in a Multiparticle Model of Fluidization. National Technical Information Service,

Springfield, VA, 1987. DOE/MC/21353-2373, NTIS/DE87006500.

[234] M. Syamlal and T. J. OBrien. Computer Simulation of Bubbles

in a Fluidized Bed. AIChE Symp. Series, 85:2231, 1989.

[235] M. Syamlal, W. Rogers, and OBrien T. J. MFIX Documentation:

Volume 1, Theory Guide. National Technical Information Service,

Springfield, VA, 1993. DOE/METC-9411004, NTIS/DE9400087.

[236] W. Tabakoff and T. Wakeman. Measured particle rebound characteristics useful for erosion prediction. ASME paper 82-GT-170,

1982.

[237] L. Talbot et al. Thermophoresis of Particles in a Heated Boundary

Layer. J. Fluid Mech., 101(4):737758, 1980.

[238] R. I. Tanner. Engineering Rheology. Clarendon Press, Oxford, rev.

edition, 1988.

Bib-22

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Speed Air Stream. Technical report, In the Scientific Papers of G.

I. Taylor, ed., G. K. Batchelor, 1963.

[240] P. B. Taylor and P. J. Foster. Some Gray Weighting Coefficients

for CO2 -H2 O-Soot Mixtures. Int. J. Heat Transfer, 18:13311332,

1974.

[241] R. Taylor and R. Krishna. Multicomponent Mass Transfer. Wiley,

New York, 1993.

[242] P. A. Tesner, T. D. Snegiriova, and V. G. Knorre. Kinetics of

Dispersed Carbon Formation. Combust. Flame, 17:253260, 1971.

[243] J. P. Vandoormaal and G. D. Raithby. Enhancements of the SIMPLE Method for Predicting Incompressible Fluid Flows. Numer.

Heat Transfer, 7:147163, 1984.

[244] S. A. Vasquez and V. A. Ivanov. A Phase Coupled Method for

Solving Multiphase Problems on Unstructured Meshes. In Proceedings of ASME FEDSM00: ASME 2000 Fluids Engineering

Division Summer Meeting, Boston, June 2000.

[245] S. Venkateswaran, J. M. Weiss, and C. L. Merkle. Propulsion

Related Flowfields Using the Preconditioned Navier-Stokes Equations. Technical Report AIAA-92-3437, AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE

28th Joint Propulsion Conference, Nashville, TN, July 1992.

[246] J. R. Viegas, M. W. Rubesin, and C. C. Horstman. On the Use

of Wall Functions as Boundary Conditions for Two-Dimensional

Separated Compressible Flows. Technical Report AIAA-85-0180,

AIAA 23rd Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, 1985.

[247] V. R. Voller. Modeling Solidification Processes. Technical report,

Mathematical Modeling of Metals Processing Operations Conference, American Metallurgical Society, Palm Desert, CA, 1987.

[248] V. R. Voller, A. D. Brent, and K. J. Reid. A Computational Modeling Framework for the Analysis of Metallurgical Solidification

Process and Phenomena. Technical report, Conference for Solidification Processing, Ranmoor House, Sheffield, September 1987.

Bib-23

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[249] V. R. Voller and C. Prakash. A Fixed-Grid Numerical Modeling Methodology for Convection-Diffusion Mushy Region PhaseChange Problems. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 30:17091720, 1987.

[250] V. R. Voller and C. R. Swaminathan. Generalized Source-Based

Method for Solidification Phase Change. Numer. Heat Transfer B,

19(2):175189, 1991.

[251] K. S. Vorres. Users handbook for the Argonne premium coal sample bank. Argonne National Laboratory, supported by DOE contract W-31-109-ENG-38, September 1989. Also K. S. Vorres, ACS

Div. Fuel Chem. preprint, 32:4, 1987.

[252] Rose J. W. and Cooper J. R. Technical Data on Fuel. Scottish

Academic Press, Edinburgh, 1977.

[253] H. Wagner. Soot Formation in Combustion. In 17th Symp. (Intl.)

on Combustion, pages 319. The Combustion Institute, 1979.

[254] L. P. Wang. On the Dispersion of Heavy Particles by Turbulent

Motion. PhD thesis, Washington State University, 1990.

[255] J. Warnatz. NOx Formation in High Temperature Processes. University of Stuttgart, Germany.

[256] G. P. Warren, W. K. Anderson, J. L. Thomas, and S. L. Krist.

Grid convergence for adaptive methods. Technical Report AIAA91-1592, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics,

AIAA 10th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, Honolulu,

Hawaii, June 1991.

[257] C. Weber. Zum Zerfall eines Fl

ussigkeitsstrahles. ZAMM, 11:136

154, 1931.

[258] J. M. Weiss. Calculations of Reacting Flowfield Involving Stiff

Chemical Kinetics. AIAA-99-3369, January 1999.

[259] J. M. Weiss, J. P. Maruszewski, and W. A. Smith. Implicit Solution

of the Navier-Stokes Equations on Unstructured Meshes. Technical

Report AIAA-97-2103, 13th AIAA CFD Conference, Snowmass,

CO, July 1997.

Bib-24

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[260] J. M. Weiss, J. P. Maruszewski, and W. A. Smith. Implicit Solution of Preconditioned Navier-Stokes Equations Using Algebraic

Multigrid. AIAA Journal, 37(1):2936, 1999.

[261] J. M. Weiss and W. A. Smith. Preconditioning Applied to Variable

and Constant Density Flows. AIAA Journal, 33(11):20502057,

November 1995.

[262] C.-Y. Wen and Y. H. Yu. Mechanics of Fluidization. Chem. Eng.

Prog. Symp. Series, 62:100111, 1966.

[263] C. Westbrook and F. Dryer. Simplified Reaction Mechanisms for

Oxidation of Hydrocarbon Fuels in Flames. Comb. Sci. Tech,

27:3143, 1981.

[264] C. Westbrook and F. Dryer. Chemical Kinetic Modelling of Hydrocarbon Combustion. Prog. Energy Comb. Sci., page 1, 1984.

[265] A. A. Westenberg. Comb. Sci. Tech., 4:59, 1971.

[266] F. White and G. Christoph. A Simple New Analysis of Compressible Turbulent Skin Friction Under Arbitrary Conditions. Technical Report AFFDL-TR-70-133, February 1971.

[267] D. C. Wilcox. Turbulence Modeling for CFD. DCW Industries,

Inc., La Canada, California, 1998.

[268] F. A. Williams. Turbulent Mixing in Nonreactive and Reactive

Flows. Plenum Press, New York, 1975.

[269] M. Wolfstein. The Velocity and Temperature Distribution of OneDimensional Flow with Turbulence Augmentation and Pressure

Gradient. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 12:301318, 1969.

[270] P.-K. Wu, L.-K. Tseng, and G. M. Faeth. Primary Breakup in

Gas/Liquid Mixing Layers for Turbulent Liquids. Atomization and

Sprays, 2:295317, 1995.

[271] A. Yakhot, S. A. Orszag, V. Yakhot, and M. Israeli. Renormalization Group Formulation of Large-Eddy Simulation. Journal of

Scientific Computing, 4:139158, 1989.

Bib-25

BIBLIOGRAPHY

of Turbulence: I. Basic Theory. Journal of Scientific Computing,

1(1):151, 1986.

[273] D. L. Youngs. Time-Dependent Multi-Material Flow with Large

Fluid Distortion. In K. W. Morton and M. J. Baines, editors,

Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics. Academic Press, 1982.

[274] Q. Zhou and M. A. Leschziner. Technical report, 8th Turbulent

Shear Flows Symp., Munich, 1991.

[275] V. Zimont. Gas Premixed Combustion at High Turbulence. Turbulent Flame Closure Model Combustion Model. Experimental

Thermal and Fluid Science, 21:179186, 2000.

[276] V. Zimont, W. Polifke, M. Bettelini, and W. Weisenstein. An Efficient Computational Model for Premixed Turbulent Combustion

at High Reynolds Numbers Based on a Turbulent Flame Speed

Closure. J. of Gas Turbines Power, 120:526532, 1998.

[277] V. L. Zimont, F. Biagioli, and K. J. Syed. Modelling Turbulent Premixed Combustion in the Intermediate Steady Propagation

Regime. Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, 1(1):1428,

2001.

[278] V. L. Zimont and A. N. Lipatnikov. A Numerical Model of Premixed Turbulent Combustion of Gases. Chem. Phys. Report,

14(7):9931025, 1995.

Bib-26

- INFLUENCE OF A CIRCULAR EXIT WALL BOUNDARY ON THE AXISYMMETRIC JET FLOWUploaded byAndronikos Filios
- Particle Tracking NotesUploaded byPejman Sho
- Fluid Mechanics and Pipe Flow Turbulence, Simulation and Dynami- By Easyengineering.netUploaded byepe civil
- InTech-Mechanics of Deepwater Steel Catenary RiserUploaded byhiyeon
- OMAE201283880-finalUploaded byVandana Agarwal
- Technical ReferenceUploaded bycata_alex_munt
- Simulation and Modelimg of Turbulent Flows_ Lumley J.L.Uploaded byvsammartano
- AIAA-2010-5072-947Uploaded byShoeb Ahmed Syed
- Phoenics Ch1 2 3Uploaded byAndre Rocha
- Applications of CFD in Hydraulics and River EngineeringUploaded byNithila Barathi Nallasamy
- aUploaded byAshish Mogra
- Fluid mechanicsUploaded byRamesh Gopal
- conf-procUploaded bytriogranger
- CFD Diffuser Gas Power PumpUploaded byktjayakumar3878
- CFD of Exahust Valve 5Uploaded byMuhammad Imran Khan
- Fluid Flow Operation_130502Uploaded bysanjay
- CES_66_5357_CFD simulation of hydrodynamics of gas–solid multiphase flow in downer reactors revisitedUploaded byu3m
- Flame Theory and Combustion TechnologyUploaded byDoãn Tuấn
- Jirka 1994 Turbulence in Open‐Channel FlowsUploaded byJoão Paulo Mendes Ferreira
- Microsoft Word - bibliografiaUploaded byVitorDiego
- Plunging Jets in Steel TappingUploaded byMaribel Martínez Márquez
- Buok Chapter 4Uploaded byEdmil Jhon Ariquez
- Mechanics of deepwater SCRUploaded byfdoppel
- Evaluation of a New Computational Fluid Dynamics Model for InterUploaded bycata_alex_munt
- 1. BalabelUploaded byشيماء الهاشمي
- 13 Rans EqnsUploaded byab
- 171Uploaded byJa123
- mit paper morrisonUploaded byRahul Chandel
- 1-s2.0-S0010218004001397-main.pdfUploaded byPiyushSavaj
- How Does the Reynolds Number Affect My CFD ModelUploaded byNicolas Reyes Gonzalez

- EES_introUploaded byAriel Villca Paye
- condenser designUploaded bymplios
- Chemical Engineering Progress (1993) Pag. 53-60Uploaded bysharkdude1134
- SolidWorks Motion Tutorial 2011Uploaded bymfbis
- GE General Eastern DY5 P...Ure Meters _ InstrumartUploaded bymplios
- Assignment LetterUploaded bymplios
- Integrals of Simple FunctionsUploaded bymplios
- Rekayasa Kotoran Sapi Gantt ChartUploaded bymplios
- Abstract TemplateUploaded bymplios

- Private Sectors in Energy ManagementUploaded byShashwat Gautam
- Transcript: Connections with Evan Dawson, WXXI News, 1/16/2017Uploaded byEric Stevens
- Msd3393lu SheetsUploaded bygtspaulding
- GIN September 2012Uploaded byElfrida Aulia
- BUS Ele Tech Lib Circuit Breakers Selective CoordinationUploaded bywebambulist
- Alone Together Sherry Turckle IntroUploaded byAnnaBentes
- NCM 106-shockUploaded byJessica Nina Rodriguez
- Shortcut Keys v16.0.0Uploaded byNitesh Mehta
- Metodologias Abiertas de SeguridadUploaded byDiego Gordón Revelo
- 30129819 Composite Materials Thermoplastic Polymer MatrixUploaded byabilio_j_vieira
- Bahco catalogo.pdfUploaded byJonatan Guerriera
- nicholas ponce resumeUploaded byapi-254449501
- Charles Law SIMUploaded byDon King Evangelista
- HowTo Theming for Fiori Public 02Uploaded byRaj Rajesh
- Csa 02Uploaded bycudarun
- Asbestos.pptUploaded byAndi Baso Nurzain A.M
- Classtech DocumentationUploaded byAlexis V. Larosa
- InvestigationsUploaded byazibanjum
- cn1Uploaded byabhi_bad
- Chapter Ii_fluid StaticsUploaded byzetseatberhanu
- FRE07E0 RTP.PDFUploaded byRajivChandran
- Final Irsip Form Hnf DocxUploaded byWaseem Khan
- American Hardwood Export Council SpeechUploaded byLorri M. Lin
- qspmUploaded byJawad Majeed
- Assignment 1Uploaded byFrank Lam
- 3-3-79-451.pdfUploaded byNia Syafiqq
- 5 and 3400 Chipset Specification UpdateUploaded byAlexGamboa
- Maths quest.pdfUploaded byNarayanan Madhavan
- 9600LSYUploaded byCesar Zavaleta
- RaptHelp.pdfUploaded bytotololomomo