Development of Combustion Model in the Industrial Cyclone-Calciner Furnace Using CFD-Modeling

Roman Havryliv and Vоlоdymyr Maystruk
Affiliation: 
Lviv Polytechnic National University 12, S. Bandera St., 79013 Lviv, Ukraine; havrilivroman@gmail.com
DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.23939/chcht11.01.071
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Abstract: 
A three-dimensional computer model has been developed for the simulation of combustion process, temperature fields and concentration species in the work section of industrial cyclone-calciner furnace. The RANS-approach with different turbulence models for modeling was used. Simulation results obtained with the model are compared with industrial furnace data. The results obtained with the computer model have important effects on the predicted temperature distribution in the furnace as well as on other significant design parameters for future theoretical and industrial research.
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