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Performer: University of Michigan
Large-eddy simulation of a piloted partially-<br/>premixed burner, showing (a) experimental<br/>configuration, (b) comparison of temperature<br/>fields between two operating conditions,<br/>(c) comparison of modeled and experimental<br/>probability density function of scalar field<br/>quantities (mixture fraction and oxidizer<br/>split variables), and (d) comparison of<br/>scalar profiles for carbon dioxide and hydroxyl.
Large-eddy simulation of a piloted partially-
premixed burner, showing (a) experimental
configuration, (b) comparison of temperature
fields between two operating conditions,
(c) comparison of modeled and experimental
probability density function of scalar field
quantities (mixture fraction and oxidizer
split variables), and (d) comparison of
scalar profiles for carbon dioxide and hydroxyl.
Website: Regents of the University of Michigan
Award Number: FE0007060
Project Duration: 10/01/2011 – 08/31/2015
Total Award Value: $570,537
DOE Share: $454,540
Performer Share: $115,997
Technology Area: Hydrogen Turbines
Key Technology: Advanced Combustion Turbines
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan

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