A fast spectral approximation of narrowband model for thermal radiation calculation
(2004) In Numerical Heat Transfer Part B: Fundamentals 46(2). p.165178 Abstract
 A fast spectral approximation of a narrowband computer model is proposed for prediction of thermal radiation in a generally nonisothermal and nonhomogeneous combustion environment. The approximation is made by assuming each discretized spatial element along a line of sight to be locally "gray" within each small narrowband spectrum interval. For each spatial element, the local equivalent spectral absorption coefficient of the combustion products, including carbon dioxide, water vapor, and soot, is calculated based on formulas from the narrowband model. Compared with the previously developed fast narrowband model, FASTNB, which is an order of magnitude faster and gives almost exactly the same result as Grosshandler's original narrowband... (More)
 A fast spectral approximation of a narrowband computer model is proposed for prediction of thermal radiation in a generally nonisothermal and nonhomogeneous combustion environment. The approximation is made by assuming each discretized spatial element along a line of sight to be locally "gray" within each small narrowband spectrum interval. For each spatial element, the local equivalent spectral absorption coefficient of the combustion products, including carbon dioxide, water vapor, and soot, is calculated based on formulas from the narrowband model. Compared with the previously developed fast narrowband model, FASTNB, which is an order of magnitude faster and gives almost exactly the same result as Grosshandler's original narrowband model RADCAL, this approximation method provides calculation result with small deviation at substantially faster speed. Furthermore, the speedup ratio increases linearly with the number of discretized spatial elements along a line of sight. This makes this approximation method particularly useful in computational combustion, where the grid number used in computation is steadily becoming larger and larger as the computation goes toward large eddy simulation (LES) and direct numerical simulation (DNS). (Less)
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 Yan, Zhenghua ^{LU}
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 2004
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 Numerical Heat Transfer Part B: Fundamentals
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 46
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 2
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 165  178
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 Taylor & Francis
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 10407790
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 10.1080/10407790490438473
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 English
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