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Thermoacoustic Combustion Instability Control. Engineering Applications and Computer Codes

  • Book
  • February 2023
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5548556

Thermoacoustic Combustion Instability Control: Engineering Applications and Computer Codes provides a unique opportunity for researchers, students and engineers to access recent developments from technical, theoretical and engineering perspectives. The book is a compendium of the most recent advances in theoretical and computational modeling and the thermoacoustic instability phenomena associated with multi-dimensional computing methods and recent developments in signal-processing techniques. These include, but are not restricted to a real-time observer, proper orthogonal decomposition (POD), dynamic mode decomposition, Galerkin expansion, empirical mode decomposition, the Lattice Boltzmann method, and associated numerical and analytical approaches.

The fundamental physics of thermoacoustic instability occurs in both macro- and micro-scale combustors. Practical methods for alleviating common problems are presented in the book with an analytical approach to arm readers with the tools they need to apply in their own industrial or research setting. Readers will benefit from practicing the worked examples and the training provided on computer coding for combustion technology to achieve useful results and simulations that advance their knowledge and research.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to thermoacoustic instability 2. Nonlinear dynamics of thermoacoutics 3. Non-normality, transient growth and non-orthogonality 4. Intrinsic thermoacoustics 5. Acoustic-flames interaction 6. Active control of thermoacoustics 7. Passive control of thermoacoustic instability 9. Aeroacoustic dampers 10. CFD thermoacoustics instability 11. POD and EMD analyses of Rijke-type thermoacoustic instability

Authors

Dan Zhao Tenured Faculty, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Prof. Dan Zhao is the director of Master Engineering Studies at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He serves on a number of scientific journals as the chief and associate editors such as AIAA Journal, Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Aerospace Science and Technology, and Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power (ASME). Prof. Zhao has been awarded with the prestigious fellowships from Engineering New Zealand, European Academy of Sciences and Arts, European Academy of Sciences as well as the ASEAN Academy of Engineering and Technology. His research expertise and interests include applying theoretical, numerical, and experimental approaches to study CO2 -free combustion science and technology, fabric drying, aeroacoustics, thermoacoustics; UAV aerodynamics; propulsion; energy harvesting; and renewable energy and fuel (ammonia and hydrogen)