AME 514 Applications of Combustion - Fall 2006
Assignment #3; Due Monday 11/6/06, 4:30 pm.
Scanned and emailed homework is greatly preferred (please email directly to the grader,
David Clayton (email@example.com)), but paper copy is acceptable if scanning is too
. Late homework marked down 10% per day.
Part 1: paper review
NEW POLICY. ONLY PAPERS ON THE APPROVED LIST BELOW ARE
ACCEPTABLE. EXCEPTIONS CAN BE MADE WITH PRIOR APPROVAL FROM
PDR. Read any of the research papers listed below.
For your convenience, most of the
papers are available on the class website in the /Lecture8/ folder (you’re welcome…)
Joulin, G., Sivashinsky, G. I. (1994). Co
mbust. Sci. Technol.
98, 11-23. Theoretical
description of flames in Hele-Shaw cells. (If you want to review this one, I have a
Yoshida, A. (1988).
Proc. Combust. Inst.
22, 1471-1478. Very good experimental
characterization of distributed combustion. (If you want to review this one, I have a
Abdel-Gayed, R. G., Bradley, D. and Lung, F. K.-K. (1989)
Good experimental study and critical review of flame fragmentation quenching by
Cambray, P. and Joulin, G. (1992).
Twenty-Fourth Symposium (International) on
, Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, p. 61. Very interesting
theoretical/computational study of the effects of thermal expansion on premixed
turbulent flame propagation. (If you want to review this one, I have a paper copy).
Gouldin, F. C. (1987).
68, 249. First paper on the fractal model of
turbulent premixed flames.
Poinsot, T., Veyante, D. and Candel, S. (1990).
(International) on Combustion
, Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, p. 613. Interesting
computational study of the role of heat loss on flame/vortex interactions and flame
extinction. (If you want to review this one, I have a paper copy).
H. Boughanem and A. Trouve (1998).