Soot surface growth obliteration and fragmentation modelling in a laminar ethylene diffusion flame

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TypeArticle
ConferenceCombustion Institute Canadian Section, 2008 Spring Technical Meeting, May 11-14, Toronto, ON
AbstractIncreasingly comprehensive soot morphology data has allowed for valuation of advanced soot models. The present work models the atmospheric pressure, laminar, co-flow, ethylene-air flame of Santoro et al., of which measurements were taken by numerous other researchers. Much of the soot data was measured along the path of maximum soot as is the case for particle diameters and number densities, aggregate number density, and the number of particles per aggregate. Recently, Iyer et al. offered additional data on the number of particles per aggregate. Given the above data, the present work studies the effect of implementing a relatively new surface growth model from aerosol dynamics literature on soot morphology. In addition, a new fragmentation model will be presented and its effect will also be examined.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology; National Research Council Canada (NRC-CNRC)
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NRC number51597
NPARC number8896264
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