DOI: https://doi.org/10.1115/gt2020-14362Jan 15, 2021Proceedings Paper

Flow Field, Spray Distribution and Pilot Flame Stabilization in a Centrally Staged Combustor

Bo WangXiaohua Gan

Abstract

Centrally staged lean premixed prevaporized low emission combustor has achieved great commercial success in the past decade. Pilot flame characteristics is with key importance to centrally staged combustor, which is considered not entirely up to the design of pilot stage, but also influenced by the flow field and fuel distribution of the combustor. The flow field and fuel distribution behaviors in centrally staged combustor are not very clear since the role of LRZ is unknown, as well as the pilot flame stabilization mechanism. The goal of this paper is to study the flow field, spray distribution and pilot flame stabilization in centrally staged combustor. This paper designs a comparison scheme of the dome lip for study. Particle image velocimetry, Planar Mie scattering measurements and high-speed camera experiments are conducted to get an in depth understanding on the flow field, spray distribution characteristics and pilot flame stabilization in a centrally staged combustor. The flow field with a 3.0 mm lip incline is quite different. Two PRZs forms, one connected with the LRZ and the other at the outlet of pilot stage. Pilot flow no longer joins to the main flow but flows alone in the center. It seems like it is the decouplin...Continue Reading

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