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Distribution of mass fractions in the free jet of hot gas mixture (IF 0,194)

Originální název

Distribution of mass fractions in the free jet of hot gas mixture (IF 0,194)

Anglický název

Distribution of mass fractions in the free jet of hot gas mixture (IF 0,194)

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper deals with the determination of radial distribution of mass fractions of individual species of hot gas mixture flowing out of plasma torch into air of atmospheric pressure. The designed computing method is based on the continuity equation and diffusion is taken into account. The method was tested using real measured data. The approximation of measured radial dependencies of temperature and velocity by Gaussian functions makes it possible to transform the two-dimensional problem into the one-dimensional. As a result, radial distributions of molar fractions of various species and an estimation of the coefficient of turbulence are obtained.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper deals with the determination of radial distribution of mass fractions of individual species of hot gas mixture flowing out of plasma torch into air of atmospheric pressure. The designed computing method is based on the continuity equation and diffusion is taken into account. The method was tested using real measured data. The approximation of measured radial dependencies of temperature and velocity by Gaussian functions makes it possible to transform the two-dimensional problem into the one-dimensional. As a result, radial distributions of molar fractions of various species and an estimation of the coefficient of turbulence are obtained.

BibTex


@article{BUT46267,
  author="Jan {Gregor} and Ivana {Jakubová} and Josef {Šenk} and Milan {Hrabovský}",
  title="Distribution of mass fractions in the free jet of hot gas mixture (IF 0,194)",
  annote="The paper deals with the determination of radial distribution of mass fractions of individual species of hot gas mixture flowing out of plasma torch into air of atmospheric pressure. The designed computing method is based on the continuity equation and diffusion is taken into account. The method was tested using real measured data. The approximation of measured radial dependencies of temperature and velocity by Gaussian functions makes it possible to transform the two-dimensional problem into the one-dimensional. As a result, radial distributions of molar fractions of various species and an estimation of the coefficient of turbulence are obtained.",
  chapter="46267",
  journal="High Temperature Material Processes: An International Journal",
  number="1",
  volume="9",
  year="2005",
  month="january",
  pages="37",
  type="journal article"
}