Thermal Reaction Wave Simulation Using Micro and Macro Scale Interaction Model
The thermal wave, propagating in a cylindrical tube, is numerically simulated. The technique is developed in order to provide the scale capturing as well as the stable algorithm for numerical simulation of the combustion wave. Based on the model kinetics scheme, the fields of temperature, mass fractions, and particle radius are presented for the various values of similarity parameters of the problem. The highly accurate method enables to control scales interaction and justifies various flow structures. The phase composition, structure, and morphology of the condensed product as well as the rate of the oxidation and phase transition are predicted using the numerical simulation.
Markov, A., Filimonov, I., Martirosyan, K. (2011). Thermal Reaction Wave Simulation Using Micro and Macro Scale Interaction Model. In: Kuzmin, A. (eds) Computational Fluid Dynamics 2010. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-17884-9_126
Computational Fluid Dynamics 2010. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg