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Title: Computational investigation of non-premixed hydrogen-air laminar flames
Authors: Benim, Ali Cemal
Korucu, Ayşe
Keywords: Hydrogen combustion
Laminar flames
Nitrogen oxide formation
Non-premixed combustion
Reaction mechanisms
Nitrogen oxides
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Laminar diffusion hydrogen/air flames are numerically investigated. Detailed and global mechanisms are compared. NO formation is modelled by full nitrogen chemistry and the extended Zeldovich mechanism. A satisfactory agreement between the present predictions and the experiments of other authors is observed. Significance of different ingredients of mathematical modelling is analyzed. Minor roles of thermal diffusion and radiation, but a significant role of buoyancy is observed. It is observed that the full and quasi multi-component diffusion deliver the same results, whereas assuming Le = 1 to a remarkable difference. NO emissions logarithmically increase with increasing residence time. NO is the dominating nitrogen oxide. Its share increases with residence time, whereby NO2 and N2O show a reverse trend. It is observed that the NNH route plays a remarkable role in NO formation, where the share of the Zeldovich mechanism increases with residence time from about 20% to 85%, within the considered range. © 2022 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC
URI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2022.12.248
https://hdl.handle.net/11147/12919
ISSN: 0360-3199
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