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Language | English |
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Pages | 2778-2788 |

Journal | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy |

Volume | 34 |

Issue number | 6 |

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State | Published - 2009 |

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*International Journal of Hydrogen Energy*,

*34*(6), 2778-2788. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2009.01.075

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*International Journal of Hydrogen Energy*, vol. 34, no. 6, pp. 2778-2788. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2009.01.075

**Direct numerical simulation of hydrogen addition in turbulent premixed Bunsen flames using flamelet generated manifold reduction.** / Vreman, A.W.; Oijen, van, J.A.; Goey, de, L.P.H.; Bastiaans, R.J.M.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Direct numerical simulation of hydrogen addition in turbulent premixed Bunsen flames using flamelet generated manifold reduction

AU - Vreman,A.W.

AU - Oijen, van,J.A.

AU - Goey, de,L.P.H.

AU - Bastiaans,R.J.M.

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - Direct numerical simulations of a lean premixed turbulent Bunsen flame with hydrogen addition have been performed. We show the results for a case with equivalence ratio of 0.7 and a molar fractional distribution of 40% H2 and 60% CH4. The flamelet-generated manifold technique is used to reduce the chemistry; flamelets with different equivalence ratios and inflow temperature are used to account for stretch effects that are enhanced by preferential diffusion. The three-dimensional simulation clearly shows enhanced burning velocity in regions convex toward the reactants and reduced burning velocity with possible extinction in regions concave toward the reactants. To obtain these effects it was found to be necessary to include two three-dimensional transport equations with essentially different diffusivities. This point is illustrated by comparison of the results with cases in which either a single transport equation was used or two transport equations with minor differences in diffusivities were used. These latter cases incorporated preferential diffusion in the 1D flamelets (and thus in the manifold), but not in the three-dimensional transport. Thus the three-dimensional preferential diffusion effects are shown to enhance curvature and thereby to increase the turbulent burning velocity and reduce the mean flame height. In addition the turbulent burning velocity increases because hydrogen addition leads to a larger laminar flamelet consumption speed. To demonstrate this second effect, results of the cases mentioned above are compared to the results of simulations of the Bunsen flame with 0% hydrogen added to the fuel.

AB - Direct numerical simulations of a lean premixed turbulent Bunsen flame with hydrogen addition have been performed. We show the results for a case with equivalence ratio of 0.7 and a molar fractional distribution of 40% H2 and 60% CH4. The flamelet-generated manifold technique is used to reduce the chemistry; flamelets with different equivalence ratios and inflow temperature are used to account for stretch effects that are enhanced by preferential diffusion. The three-dimensional simulation clearly shows enhanced burning velocity in regions convex toward the reactants and reduced burning velocity with possible extinction in regions concave toward the reactants. To obtain these effects it was found to be necessary to include two three-dimensional transport equations with essentially different diffusivities. This point is illustrated by comparison of the results with cases in which either a single transport equation was used or two transport equations with minor differences in diffusivities were used. These latter cases incorporated preferential diffusion in the 1D flamelets (and thus in the manifold), but not in the three-dimensional transport. Thus the three-dimensional preferential diffusion effects are shown to enhance curvature and thereby to increase the turbulent burning velocity and reduce the mean flame height. In addition the turbulent burning velocity increases because hydrogen addition leads to a larger laminar flamelet consumption speed. To demonstrate this second effect, results of the cases mentioned above are compared to the results of simulations of the Bunsen flame with 0% hydrogen added to the fuel.

U2 - 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2009.01.075

DO - 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2009.01.075

M3 - Article

VL - 34

SP - 2778

EP - 2788

JO - International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

T2 - International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

JF - International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

SN - 0360-3199

IS - 6

ER -