CFD modelling of an axisymmetric perforated brick catalyst

A. Kamal, M. Yamin, Stephen F. Benjamin, Carol A. Roberts, S. Pierson

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    Abstract

    Aim: To develop an axisymmetric CFD model of a perforated brick with the aid of experimental measurements. Objectives: - To determine the axial resistance coefficients from measurement under uniform inlet flow conditions. - To measure radial flow profiles and pressure drop under non-uniform inlet flow. - To find the transverse resistance coefficients by best matching CFD predictions to measurements.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Brick
    Computational fluid dynamics
    Inlet flow
    Catalysts
    Radial flow
    Pressure drop

    Bibliographical note

    The full text of this item is not available from the repository. Paper presented at the STAR European Conference, held 22-23 March 2010, London, UK.

    Keywords

    • automotive catalysts
    • automotive exhaust
    • computational fluid dynamics

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    Kamal, A., Yamin, M., Benjamin, S. F., Roberts, C. A., & Pierson, S. (2010). CFD modelling of an axisymmetric perforated brick catalyst.

    CFD modelling of an axisymmetric perforated brick catalyst. / Kamal, A.; Yamin, M.; Benjamin, Stephen F.; Roberts, Carol A.; Pierson, S.

    2010.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

    Kamal, A, Yamin, M, Benjamin, SF, Roberts, CA & Pierson, S 2010, 'CFD modelling of an axisymmetric perforated brick catalyst'.
    Kamal A, Yamin M, Benjamin SF, Roberts CA, Pierson S. CFD modelling of an axisymmetric perforated brick catalyst. 2010.
    Kamal, A. ; Yamin, M. ; Benjamin, Stephen F. ; Roberts, Carol A. ; Pierson, S. / CFD modelling of an axisymmetric perforated brick catalyst.
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