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DNS of turbulent lean premixed syngas flames at elevated pressures

DNS of turbulent lean premixed syngas flames at elevated pressures
DNS of turbulent lean premixed syngas flames at elevated pressures

The use of low carbon content fuels as replacements or supplement for petroleum fuels offer the advantage of a much cleaner fuel with little added atmospheric carbon dioxide greenhouse burden with a low potential sulfer content.

399-405
Springer
Ranga Dinesh, K. K.J.
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Shalaby, H.
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Luo, K. H.
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Thevenin, D.
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Grigoriadis, D
Geurts, B
Kuerten, H
Fröhlich, J
Armenio, V
Ranga Dinesh, K. K.J.
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Shalaby, H.
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Luo, K. H.
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Thevenin, D.
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Grigoriadis, D
Geurts, B
Kuerten, H
Fröhlich, J
Armenio, V

Ranga Dinesh, K. K.J., Shalaby, H., Luo, K. H. and Thevenin, D. (2018) DNS of turbulent lean premixed syngas flames at elevated pressures. In, Grigoriadis, D, Geurts, B, Kuerten, H, Fröhlich, J and Armenio, V (eds.) Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation X. Springer, pp. 399-405. , (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63212-4_51).

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Abstract

The use of low carbon content fuels as replacements or supplement for petroleum fuels offer the advantage of a much cleaner fuel with little added atmospheric carbon dioxide greenhouse burden with a low potential sulfer content.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 8 October 2017
Published date: 2018

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/417498
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Date deposited: 01 Feb 2018 17:30
Last modified: 01 Feb 2018 17:30

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Author: H. Shalaby
Author: K. H. Luo
Author: D. Thevenin
Editor: D Grigoriadis
Editor: B Geurts
Editor: H Kuerten
Editor: J Fröhlich
Editor: V Armenio

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