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1 Turbulent reacting flows 1.1 Introduction At first glance, to the uninitiated the subject of turbulent reacting flows would appear to be relatively simple.
Chapter2 CFD Simulation of Reacting Flows In this chapter we examine the basic ideas behind the direct numerical solution of differential equations.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO TURBULENT REACTING FLOWS © Imperial College Press http://www.worldscibooks.com/engineering/p498.html Chapter1 Introduction 1.1 Motivation, aims and audience 1.1.1 Relevance Perhaps the most prominent of the applications of turbulent reactingows is turbulent combustion.
As the number of effective collisions between reacting particles increases, the rate of reaction 1) decreases 3) remains the same 2) increases 15.