Planck Mean Absorption Coefficients of H2O, CO2, CO and NO for radiation numerical modeling in combusting flows

Maciej Chmielewski, Marian Gieras

Abstract


TheWeighted-Sum-of-Gray-Gases Model (WSGGM), based on temperature dependent weighting factors, is an ecient
method of determining the absorption coecients in numerical modeling of combusting flows. Weighting factors are
obtained by polynomial fitting of experimental data for only two reagents (H2O and CO2) to the analytical equation
for emissivity. In this article the use of Planck Mean Absorption Coecients (PMAC) for H2O, CO2, CO and NO
in combustion numerical modeling is proposed. The aim of the PMAC approach is to improve the initial solution
of temperature and species mass fraction profiles in numerical modeling of non-premixed methane combustion. The
proposed model is verified against the results of turbulent, non-premixed methane combustion experimental data. The
implemented PMAC model represents the flue gas composition and temperature more accurately than the WSGGM.

Keywords


radiation modeling; combustion; absorption coeficient; weighted sum of gray gases

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