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Chemically Reacting Flow

Theory, Modeling, and Simulation

Kee, Robert J. / Coltrin, Michael E. / Glarborg, Peter / Zhu, Huayang


2. Edition November 2017
792 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-18487-4
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A guide to the theoretical underpinnings and practical applications of chemically reacting flow

Chemically Reacting Flow: Theory, Modeling, and Simulation, Second Edition combines fundamental concepts in fluid mechanics and physical chemistry while helping students and professionals to develop the analytical and simulation skills needed to solve real-world engineering problems. The authors clearly explain the theoretical and computational building blocks enabling readers to extend the approaches described to related or entirely new applications. New to this Second Edition are substantially revised and reorganized coverage of topics treated in the first edition. New material in the book includes two important areas of active research: reactive porous-media flows and electrochemical kinetics. These topics create bridges between traditional fluid-flow simulation approaches and transport within porous-media electrochemical systems.

The first half of the book is devoted to multicomponent fluid-mechanical fundamentals. In the second half the authors provide the necessary fundamental background needed to couple reaction chemistry into complex reacting-flow models. Coverage of such topics is presented in self-contained chapters, allowing a great deal of flexibility in course curriculum design.

* Features new chapters on reactive porous-media flow, electrochemistry, chemical thermodynamics, transport properties, and solving differential equations in MATLAB

* Provides the theoretical underpinnings and practical applications of chemically reacting flow

* Emphasizes fundamentals, allowing the analyst to understand fundamental theory underlying reacting-flow simulations

* Helps readers to acquire greater facility in the derivation and solution of conservation equations in new or unusual circumstances

* Reorganized to facilitate use as a class text and now including a solutions manual for academic adopters

Computer simulation of reactive systems is highly efficient and cost-effective in the development, enhancement, and optimization of chemical processes. Chemically Reacting Flow: Theory, Modeling, and Simulation, Second Edition helps prepare graduate students in mechanical or chemical engineering, as well as research professionals in those fields take utmost advantage of that powerful capability.

Preface xxi

Acknowledgments xxv

1 Introduction 1

References 17

2 Fluid properties 21


References 42

3 Fluid Kinematics 43

4 The Conservation Equations 89



References 147

5 Parallel Flows 149

References 191

6 Similarity and Local Similarity 193


References 222

7 Stagnation Flows 223


References 284

8 Boundary-Layer Channel Flow 287

References 316

9 Low-Dimensional Reactors 319


References 342

10 Thermochemical Properties 343

References 366

11 Molecular Transport 367


References 412

12 Mass-Action Kinetics 413


References 438

13 Reaction Rate Theories 439

References 475

14 Reaction Mechanisms 477

References 515


15 Laminar Flames 519

References 543

16 Heterogeneous Chemistry 547


References 586

17 Reactive Porous Media 587

References 607

18 Electrochemistry 611


References 647

A Vector and Tensor Operations 649

B Navier-Stokes Equations 669


C Example in General Curvilinear Coordinates 679

D Small Parameter Expansion 685

E Boundary-Layer Asymptotic Behavior 689

F Computational Algorithms 695

References 718

G Matlab Examples 721


Index 739
Robert J. Kee, PhD, is the George R. Brown Distinguished Professor of Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado.
Michael E. Coltrin, PhD, is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Peter Glarborg, PhD, is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark in Lyngby, Denmark.
Huayang Zhu, PhD, is a Research Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado.

R. J. Kee, Colorado School of Mines; M. E. Coltrin, Physical and Chemical Sciences Center, Sandia National Laboratories; P. Glarborg, Technical University of Denmark