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|Title:||Study of turbulence-radiation interactions in a heated jet using direct numerical simulation coupled to a non-gray Monte-Carlo solver|
|Abstract:||Direct Numerical Simulations of a strongly heated jet of water vapor discharging into a low-speed coflow of cold water vapor is fully coupled with a reciprocal Monte-Carlo method to account for radiative heat transfer. The spectral dependency of the radiative properties is modeled using the Correlated-k method. Such a numerical and modeling setup allows for studying accurately the turbulent jet development submitted to radiative heat transfer. Contrary to the previous study by Armengol et al. [International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 139 (2019), pp. 456–474], the present conditions show a direct effect of thermal radiation in the jet developed zone located downstream the jet potential core. Results are analyzed to identify the effects of thermal radiation on turbulence properties of the temperature field, and reciprocally. The analysis reveals a complex coupling between the mean temperature field and the mean radiative power as well as between their fluctuations. This is studied in various profiles of average and root-mean-square properties, and completed by considering budgets of enthalpy variance and turbulence spectra|
Método de Monte Carlo
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