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On numerical simulation of electromagnetic field effects in the combustion process

    Harijs Kalis Affiliation
    ; Maksims Marinaki Affiliation
    ; Uldis Strautins Affiliation
    ; Maija Zake Affiliation

Abstract

This paper deals with a simplified model taking into account the interplay of compressible, laminar, axisymmetric flow and the electrodynamical effects due to Lorentz force’s action on the combustion process in a cylindrical pipe. The combustion process with Arrhenius kinetics is modelled by a single step exothermic chemical reaction of fuel and oxidant. We analyze non-stationary PDEs with 6 unknown functions: the 3 components of velocity, density, concentration of fuel and temperature. For pressure the ideal gas law is used. For the inviscid flow approximation ADI method is used. Some numerical results are presented.

Keyword : compressible, laminar, axisymmetric flow, Lorentz force, Arrhenius kinetics

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Kalis, H., Marinaki, M., Strautins, U., & Zake, M. (2018). On numerical simulation of electromagnetic field effects in the combustion process. Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, 23(2), 327-343. https://doi.org/10.3846/mma.2018.020
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