Simulation of lean blow out process inside gas turbine combustor

Abstract

In this paper a model describing flame destabilization process is presented. This model takes into account various physical processes, which lead to flame destabilization. Results of simulation show a good agreement with obtained data of test. Nevertheless, the proposed approach requires further validation and development.

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JSC Aviadvigatel

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Email: sadohina@ssau.ru
Russian Federation

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JSC «Aviadvigatel», Perm

Email: sadohina@ssau.ru
Russian Federation

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JSC Aviadvigatel

Email: sadohina@ssau.ru
Russian Federation

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