Cascade Model for Turbulent Flame Propagation
Turbulent flame propagation is modeled as a passive front moving through a multiple-scale flow field, in which large-scale eddies convect small-scale eddies without causing their distortion. For moderately high levels of turbulence the effective flame speed predicted by the theory correlates reasonably well with the experimental data available.
KeywordsCombustion Huygens Incompressibility
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