3 edition of Time-dependent computational studies of flames in microgravity found in the catalog.
Time-dependent computational studies of flames in microgravity
Elaine S. Oran
1989 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Time dependent computational studies of flames ....|
|Statement||Elaine S. Oran and K. Kailasanath.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 182298., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182298.|
|Contributions||Kailasanath, K., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Time-dependent computational studies of premixed flames in microgravity. [G Kailasanath; G Patnaik; Elaine S Oran; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. In this study, we use detailed time-dependent, multi-dimensional numerical simulations to investigate the relative importance of the processes leading to FGV in flame-vortex interactions in normal.
An experimental and computational investigation on the liftoff characteristics of laminar partially premixed flames (PPFs) under normal (1-g) and microgravity (μ-g) conditions is presented. Oct 15, · "Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory represents a concise overview of the field.
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Numerical modeling of isolated n-alkane droplet flames: initial comparisons with ground and space-based microgravity experiments. time-dependent computational tools required must embody compact sub-models, which accurately represent the properties and coupling of fluid dynamics, diffusive processes, heat transfer, and combustion/emissions Cited by: Microgravity Research in Support of Technologies for the Human Exploration and Development of Space and Planetary Bodies was commissioned by NASA to assist it in coordinating the scientific information relevant to anticipating, identifying, and solving the technical problems that must be addressed throughout the HEDS program over the coming.
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There have been many significant advances in time-dependent density functional theory over recent years, both in enlightening the fundamental theoretical basis of the theory, as well as in computational algorithms and applications.
Time-Dependent Dielectric Breakdown (TDDB) refers to the physical process whereby a dielectric stored under a constant electric field, less than the materials breakdown strength, will break down with time. Breakdown is a term used to describe the dielectric phase transition from insulating phase to a more conductive nuevhogarconsulting.com by: Flammability studies for wildland and wildland-urban interface fires applied to pine needles Time-dependent multiscale simulations of fire emergencies in longitudinally Joulain P.
Numerical evaluation of boundary layer assumptions for laminar diffusion flames in microgravity Combustion Theory and Modelling. 9: DOI. A thermodynamic model has been developed to calculate burning speed and entropy production of transient expending spherical laminar flame in an enclosed vessel.
The model also predicts the particle trajectories of both unburned and burned gases in the vessel. The input to this model is the dynamic pressure rise due to combustion process. The unburned gases are divided into three regions: The Cited by: This is a computational and experimental study for soot formation and radiative heat transfer in jet diffusion flames under normal gravity (1-g) and microgravity (0-g) conditions.
Instantaneous soot volume fraction maps are measured using a full-field imaging absorption technique developed by the authors. These notes are meant as a resource for chemists that study the time-dependent quantum mechanics, dynamics, and spectroscopy of molecular systems.
The notes are derived from my lectures in graduate quantum mechanics that focus on condensed phase spectroscopy, dynamics, and relaxation. As with any notes, there will be mistakes. Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Microgravity science & nuevhogarconsulting.comm tasks and bibliography for FY " See other formats.
The fact that Hamiltonian is changing with time implies that the energy eigenstates of the system are varying. This is because if they didn't vary, they wouldn't probably be. Nov 05, · The first method is appropriate when the process that changes the mass does not result in additional force on the remaining body.
For example, when the body ejects mass in two opposite directions with the same rate. Time dependent perturbation theory is the discrete path integral. The time-dependent perturbation series is just the form that the Feynman path integral takes for a discrete state space, like the eigenvalues of an already solved Hamiltonian.
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