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A Model for Reactions in Turbulent Jets: Effects of Reynolds, Schmidt, and Damköhler Numbers

Broadwell, James E. (1989) A Model for Reactions in Turbulent Jets: Effects of Reynolds, Schmidt, and Damköhler Numbers. In: Turbulent Reactive Flows. Lecture Notes in Engineering. No.40. Springer , New York, NY, pp. 257-277. ISBN 978-0-387-96887-2. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20170731-111135558

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Abstract

Data from several recent experiments on mixing and chemical reactions in turbulent shear layers and jets is discussed in detail and used to formulate a picture of the path from the freestream to the molecularly mixed State. A model is proposed which incorporates the essential steps in this path and which appears to provide a framework for understanding the major effects of Reynolds, Schmidt, and Damköhler numbers on the chemical reaction. A simplified version of the model reproduces the observed Reynolds number dependence of nitric oxide production in turbulent fuel jets.


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