Application of Boundary Element Methods in Modeling Multidimensional Flame-Acoustic Interactions.
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Tim Lieuwen and Ben T. ZinnDepts. Of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringGeorgia Institute of TechnologyAtlanta, GA 3031820th World Conference on the Boundary Element MethodOrlando, Fl., Aug. 19-22, 1998
Visualization taken with Mr. Hector Torres
No flame response to perturbations
With Flame Response to Perturbations
Ratio of transverse and axial velocity component over the flame surface
Comparison of magnitude of the acoustic pressure along the combustor wall and flame surface