Numerical Simulation of the Flame Stabilization inside an Aeroderivative Combustor to be Operated with Waste Bio-Gas

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This paper investigates the methods to stabilize a bio-gas flame inside a combustor. A procedure a modelling by dividing the combustor in 8 identical sections, each sections having 343,000 volume cells have been used. Bio-gas composition has been assumed to be 50% methane, 40% carbon dioxide and all the rest to be assimilated with hydrogen in volumetric participation. Due to the different values of ignition time delay, some gas flames already observed to be unstable can be transformed into stable ones by using by-product supplementary fuels

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Ionel Chicinaş and Traian Canta

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337-340

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T. Prisecaru et al., "Numerical Simulation of the Flame Stabilization inside an Aeroderivative Combustor to be Operated with Waste Bio-Gas", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 23, pp. 337-340, 2007

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