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The Reynolds-stress equation is solved together with the conservation equations for the momentum, the energy, and mass fractions of chemical species. Special care must be taken in discretizing the source terms of Eq. 19 in order to assure convergence . 25 displays a comparison [22, 63] of the Reynolds stress terms of a turbulent free methanol/air spray jet using the experiments of McDonell and q f 002 Samuelson . The agreement of the axial velocity fluctuations, u is quite e e good even though the Favre averaged mean value, uQ , is considerably lower in the experiment compared to the simulation near the axis.
In gas flows, the Curl model seems to give more exact results than the IEM model . The EMST model is the most computer time consuming and seems to give the best results . Therefore, it may be interesting to investigate both the modified Curl and EMST models to include evaporation effects for use in turbulent spray computations. Joint PDF methods can be used to simulate the entire turbulent spray flow if all dependent variables are considered in the PDF. This procedure, however, is very costly because of the huge computational effort included.
This procedure, however, is very costly because of the huge computational effort included. To the author’s knowledge, the maximum number of dependents so far is two where particularly effects of correlations between the two dependent variables have been studied for both nonreacting and reacting sprays, cf. Sect. 4. Typically, flow characteristics are chosen that are particularly sensitive to the process as well as to the models involved. The PDF method is suitable to be used as a tool to improve critical model assumptions.
AGS Experiments [1994-1996]