Basic equations for fluid flows with chemical reactions and transfer phenomena were described in Chaps. 2 to 4, and initial tools for the analysis of these flows were given in Chap. 5. In Chap. 6, the basic equations were applied to relatively simple problems involving no transport phenomena. This chapter presents and solves more complex examples, and particular attention is directed towards the concepts of coupling and interaction. The goal of this chapter is to examine problems of increasing complexity, in the knowledge that even more difficult cases will be adressed in subsequent chapters.
KeywordsRayleigh Number Entropy Production Chemical Kinetic Burning Velocity Premix Flame
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