Fundamentals of Combustion II
- type: Vorlesung (V)
- chair: Department of mechanical engineering
- semester: SS 2019
- sws: 2
- lv-no.: 3166550
Combustion - Physical and Chemical Fundamentals , Modelling, Pollutant Formation , Authors : U. Maas , J. Warnatz , RW Dibble , Springer- Lehrbuch ; Heidelberg , Karlsruhe, Berkley 2006
- Ignition processes
- Three dimensional Navier -Stokes equations for reacting flows
- Turbulent reactive flows
- Turbulent non- premixed flames
- Turbulent premixed Flames
- Combustion of liquid and solid fuels
- Engine knock
- Nitrogen oxide formation
- Formation of hydrocarbons and soot
Presence : 35 hours
Self-study: 95 hours
After this lecture, the students are able
- to explain the ongoing processec during ignition (self - and ignition).
- to describe the basic processes involved in the combustion of liquid and solid fuels.
- to clarify the mechanisms that lead to the formation of pollutants.
- to describe turbulent reactive flows using simple models.
- to explain the origin of the engine knocking.
- to sketch basic numerical methods for simulation of reactive flows.