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**Vegendla, S. N. P. ; Hasse, C.** (2013)

*Steady Flamelet Progress-Variable (FPV) Modeling and Simulation of a High Pressure Gasifier. *

In: Energy & Fuels, 27 (12)

doi: 10.1021/ef4014136

Article, Bibliographie

## Abstract

A steady CFD-Flamelet/Progress variable model is implemented for the simulation of a gasifier. In this model, the open source code OpenFOAM is used to solve the partial differential equations of mass, momentum, turbulence, fuel mixture fraction mean of fuel and its variance, mean mixture fraction of steam and the progress variable, respectively. On the other hand, the species mass fractions are retrieved from a precomputed flamelet look-up table. Finally, the simulations results obtained with the steady CFD-Flamelet/Progress Variable (FPV) are compared with the available pilot plant data. The flame zone shifts towards the inlet when using FPV model compared to the standard flamelet model, i.e. without progress variable. In both models the observed outlet values are in reasonably good agreement with the experimental values.

Item Type: | Article |
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Erschienen: | 2013 |

Creators: | Vegendla, S. N. P. ; Hasse, C. |

Type of entry: | Bibliographie |

Title: | Steady Flamelet Progress-Variable (FPV) Modeling and Simulation of a High Pressure Gasifier |

Language: | English |

Date: | 2013 |

Journal or Publication Title: | Energy & Fuels |

Volume of the journal: | 27 |

Issue Number: | 12 |

DOI: | 10.1021/ef4014136 |

Abstract: | A steady CFD-Flamelet/Progress variable model is implemented for the simulation of a gasifier. In this model, the open source code OpenFOAM is used to solve the partial differential equations of mass, momentum, turbulence, fuel mixture fraction mean of fuel and its variance, mean mixture fraction of steam and the progress variable, respectively. On the other hand, the species mass fractions are retrieved from a precomputed flamelet look-up table. Finally, the simulations results obtained with the steady CFD-Flamelet/Progress Variable (FPV) are compared with the available pilot plant data. The flame zone shifts towards the inlet when using FPV model compared to the standard flamelet model, i.e. without progress variable. In both models the observed outlet values are in reasonably good agreement with the experimental values. |

Divisions: | 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Simulation of reactive Thermo-Fluid Systems (STFS) |

Date Deposited: | 30 Nov 2017 12:10 |

Last Modified: | 01 Dec 2020 14:16 |

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