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By M Rahman, C. A. Brebbia, M. Rahman

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This booklet comprises the papers awarded on the 8th overseas convention on Advances in Fluid Mechanics held September 15-17, 2010, in Algarve, Portugal. This biennial convention is the most recent in a profitable sequence that all started in 1996. The convention offers a platform for engineering execs to percentage advances and new functions within the sector of fluid mechanics.

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With estimate (11), equation (6a) for the mean velocity norm reduces to the differential inequality: νL2L 2 4 1 ∂ |V|g2 + |V|g2 ≤ 3 |ντ |g2 + |k| 2 + |f | 2 ∂t 2 ν 3ν g νL2L g (17) when the Poincar´e inequality is employed. The evolution of the mean velocity norm, |V|g2 , depends upon the norms |ντ |g2 and |k|g2 as well as the body force norm. The norms of k, and ντ are related by the inequality obtained from equation (16c): α|k|g2 ≤ |ντ |g | |g ≤ [|ντ |g2 + | |g2 ]/2 while the norms of P and Q relate to other norms as: |P |g2 ≤ c1 |µτ |g2 + αc2 |k|g2 ||L||g2 /2; |Q|g2 ≤ | |g2 + |ντ |g2 ||L||g2 /2 if µτ = 2 /k when 2| |g2 ≤ |k|g2 + |µτ |g2 .

Zero order norm closure for this model does not provide a useful estimate for |V|g . From Moulden [3], first order norm closure gave a limit for |V|g that was consistent with estimate (E1) and was, in addition, linearly stable at the origin of phase space. The present analysis does not carry epistemological content as far as the structure of the turbulence is concerned. The global norm quantities that enter the theory make no reference to the eddy sizes that contribute to the local motion. From the definition |v|g2 = D v, v dV a global norm contains energy from all wave numbers.

10) ρ −ρ ∂ρ = chem (11) ∂t t 2 Results and discussion In the present study, a LES of the H2 /N2 diffusion flames Flame H3 [18] was carried out. 2 m/s. The fuel jet consist of a mixture of 50% of H2 and 50% of N2 by volume. 8m/s, which gave a Reynolds number of 10,000 based on the nozzle diameter. For the numerical simulation a cylindrical computational domain with 75D in axial direction and 25D in radial direction was employed. The numerical grids of 514 × 32 × 57 were used axially, circumferentially and radially respectively.

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