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Benchmark Data for Fuel Atomization and Combustion Models

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Author(s)

J F. Widmann, S R. Charagundla, Cary Presser

Abstract

Experimental data were collected for the purpose of validating multiphase combustion models and submodels. A spray combustor was fabricated that permits well-defined boundary and input conditions, and measurements were carried out that characterize the fuel spray, wall temperatures, gas temperatures and species concentrations at the reactor exhaust. The operating conditions for the baseline case were defined by NIST personnel and industrial collaborators involved in model development. A methanol spray, generated with a pressure-jet nozzle, was studied with phase Doppler interferometry to measure the size, velocity, number density, and mass flux of the fuel droplets. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy was used to measure the species concentrations in the reactor emissions. The conversion of methanol in the reactor was found to be 80%.
Proceedings Title
2nd International Symposium on Computational Technologies
Conference Dates
August 1-5, 1999
Conference Location
Undefined
Conference Title
International Symposium on Computational Technologies

Keywords

CFD model validation, FTIR spectroscopy, multiphase combustion, phase Doppler interferometry, spray combustion

Citation

Widmann, J. , Charagundla, S. and Presser, C. (1999), Benchmark Data for Fuel Atomization and Combustion Models, 2nd International Symposium on Computational Technologies, Undefined (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created July 31, 1999, Updated October 12, 2021