BERL Combustor 2D Simulation

BERL Combustor 2D Simulation in ANSYS Fluent

2D Simulation of a 300 KW BERL Combustor

In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up and solve a natural gas combustion in BERL Combustor using the multiple laminar flamelet model. The equilibrium chemistry assumption for the non-premixed model does not consider the aerodynamic strain of the flame. But, by employing the steady flamelet model, we are able to model the local non-equilibrium due to the strain. Furthermore, the flamelet model can predict both flame lift off and blow off phenomena. One is not able to model these two phenomena by the equilibrium chemistry assumption.

In this tutorial, you can learn how to do the following:

  • Set up and solve the steady flamelet model by importing CHEMKIN mechanism and generating multiple flamelets.
  • Solve the solution with multiple laminar flamelet model.
  • Post-process the resulting data.

Problem Description

The problem was modeled after the experiments performed at the Burner Engineering Research Laboratory (BERL). This study involves an unstaged natural gas flame in a 300 KW BERL Combustor.

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