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Proposing Institution

Professur für Thermofluiddynamik,TUM
Project Manager

Dr. Abdulla Ghani
Boltzmannstraße 15
85748 Garching
Flame/wall interactions take place in most practical industrial systems where efficiency, pollutant formation and chamber lifetime are affected by this interaction. Based on an experiment located at CORIA in Rouen/France, we will study flame/wall interactions using numerical simulations with complex chemistry. A laminar V-flame is stabilized on a hot wire which is installed in an rectangular combustion chamber. One side of the flame is close to a wall for which thermal properties are well-defined. By modulating the temperature of the hot wire, the oscillating flame interacts periodically with the wall. The objective of our numerical study is to support the experimental team in France with detailed predictions of species concentrations and thermal loads on the wall. In that order DNS/LES (Direct Numerical Simulation/Large Eddy Simulation) numerical tool AVBP is used to solve the Navier-Stokes equations. A 5,8 million meshing will be used to characterise our mesh.

Impressum, Conny Wendler