Figure 1. Flow domain and sample H20 mass-fraction contours for the combustion in a channel.
This case examines finite-rate, hydrogen-oxygen chemical reaction occuring within a constant-area, two-dimensional channel. The length of the channel is 5.0 inches and the height is 1.0 inches. The channel schematic, from Mani et al., is presented in Figure 1.
|Study #1||Unit||Teryn DalBello||7 Species Model|
|Study #2||Unit||Teryn DalBello||5 Species Model|
|Study #3||Unit/Validation||Manan Vyas||Wind-US version 4.107|
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Mani, M., Bush, R.H., Vogel, P.G., "Implicit Equilibrium and Finite-Rate Chemistry Models For High Speed Flow Applications," AIAA Paper 91-3299-CP, Jan. 1991.