Investigation of Slot-Burner Aerodynamics with Recessed-Type Nozzle Geometry
AbstractThe aerodynamics of fully turbulent jets supplied from rectangular slot-burners was modelled using the Reynolds Averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) model. Three different turbulent models were considered, such as standard k-ε, RNG k-ε and Reynolds stress turbulence models. The recessed-type nozzle geometry was investigated to determine the effect of burner geometry on jet development. The slot-burner was based on physical models, which were designed to be representative of typical burner geometries found in tangentially-fired coal boilers. The study was validated against the physical models. The detailed flow field obtained from the simulations was used to explain the aerodynamic development of jets in such burners. It was found that the addition of a recess section to the nozzle geometry introduced significant changes to the flow due to complex pressure and mixing fields being set up inside the recess, which altered the jets once they exited into the open atmosphere. View Full-Text
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Bhuiyan, A.A.; Karim, M.R.; Hart, J.T.; Witt, P.J.; Naser, J. Investigation of Slot-Burner Aerodynamics with Recessed-Type Nozzle Geometry. Fluids 2016, 1, 10.
Bhuiyan AA, Karim MR, Hart JT, Witt PJ, Naser J. Investigation of Slot-Burner Aerodynamics with Recessed-Type Nozzle Geometry. Fluids. 2016; 1(2):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bhuiyan, Arafat A.; Karim, Md. R.; Hart, James T.; Witt, Peter J.; Naser, Jamal. 2016. "Investigation of Slot-Burner Aerodynamics with Recessed-Type Nozzle Geometry." Fluids 1, no. 2: 10.
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