The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model
The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model
The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model
The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model
The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model
The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model
The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model

The Steady-State Laminar Flamelet Model

A brief introduction into the theory of the model

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Dr. mont. Tobias Holzmann investigated into biomass combustion chambers during his master thesis. For that purpose, the steady-state laminar flamelet model, invented by Peters et al., was used to model the combustion inside the chambers. The model was built by the CRECK modeling group (Milano, Italy). The source code is still kept up-to-date by Holzmann CFD for the latest OpenFOAM® version.


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The steady-state laminar flamelet model is a very simple but powerful model to describe free-stream flames. The theory and the implementation of the model in the OpenFOAM® software are presented in the following presentation. It is worth to mention, that the model contains the so-called enthalpy defect, which allows one to get away from the equilibrium of the flame (non-adiabatic assumption). The model itself is simple and the chemistry calculation is done as pre-processing which makes the CFD analysis highly valuable and fast in terms of calculation times. After a set of so-called lookup tables - which include the chemistry data of the combustion - is pre-calculated, it can be stored and used whenever it is needed.

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