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CFD Investigation of Swirl-stabilized Flexi-fuel Burner Using Methane-air Mixture for Gas Turbines

Abou-Taouk, Abdallah; Sigfrid, Ivan LU ; Whiddon, Ronald LU and Eriksson, Lars-Erik (2011) International Society for Airbreathing Engines, ISAB 2011 In Papers - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 1. p.160-172
Abstract
Combustion modeling based on a

multi-step global reaction mechanism

[1] is applied to CFD

(Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis

of a scaled swirl-stabilized

4th generation premixed DLE (Dry Low

Emission) burner for gas turbines.

The flexi-fuel burner consists of a

MAIN premixed flame, a premixed

PILOT flame and a confined RPL

(Rich Pilot Lean) flame. Both

steady-state RANS (Reynolds Averaged

Navier Stokes) and hybrid

URANS/LES (Unsteady RANS/Large Eddy

Simulation) results have been computed.

The results are compared

with high quality experimental data

in the form of emission data,... (More)
Combustion modeling based on a

multi-step global reaction mechanism

[1] is applied to CFD

(Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis

of a scaled swirl-stabilized

4th generation premixed DLE (Dry Low

Emission) burner for gas turbines.

The flexi-fuel burner consists of a

MAIN premixed flame, a premixed

PILOT flame and a confined RPL

(Rich Pilot Lean) flame. Both

steady-state RANS (Reynolds Averaged

Navier Stokes) and hybrid

URANS/LES (Unsteady RANS/Large Eddy

Simulation) results have been computed.

The results are compared

with high quality experimental data

in the form of emission data, PIV

(Particle Image Velocimetry) data

and OH-PLIF (Planar Laser Induced

Fluorescence Imaging) from an

atmospheric burner test rig at Lund

University [2-3]. There is a good

agreement between the CFD

simulations and measurements of

emissions, velocity field and flame

visualization. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Combustion modeling based on a<br/><br>
multi-step global reaction mechanism<br/><br>
[1] is applied to CFD<br/><br>
(Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis<br/><br>
of a scaled swirl-stabilized<br/><br>
4th generation premixed DLE (Dry Low<br/><br>
Emission) burner for gas turbines.<br/><br>
The flexi-fuel burner consists of a<br/><br>
MAIN premixed flame, a premixed<br/><br>
PILOT flame and a confined RPL<br/><br>
(Rich Pilot Lean) flame. Both<br/><br>
steady-state RANS (Reynolds Averaged<br/><br>
Navier Stokes) and hybrid<br/><br>
URANS/LES (Unsteady RANS/Large Eddy<br/><br>
Simulation) results have been computed.<br/><br>
The results are compared<br/><br>
with high quality experimental data<br/><br>
in the form of emission data, PIV<br/><br>
(Particle Image Velocimetry) data<br/><br>
and OH-PLIF (Planar Laser Induced<br/><br>
Fluorescence Imaging) from an<br/><br>
atmospheric burner test rig at Lund<br/><br>
University [2-3]. There is a good<br/><br>
agreement between the CFD<br/><br>
simulations and measurements of<br/><br>
emissions, velocity field and flame<br/><br>
visualization.},
  author       = {Abou-Taouk, Abdallah and Sigfrid, Ivan and Whiddon, Ronald and Eriksson, Lars-Erik},
  isbn         = {9781618391803},
  keyword      = {CFD,Combustion,burner},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {160--172},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0xa66f080)},
  series       = {Papers - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics},
  title        = {CFD Investigation of Swirl-stabilized Flexi-fuel Burner Using Methane-air Mixture for Gas Turbines},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2011},
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