## Numerical prediction of flow, heat transfer, turbulence, and combustion: selected works of Professor D. Brian Spalding |

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### Contents

Brian Spalding on his 60th birthday | 1 |

Selected Papers | 9 |

Combustion as applied to engineering | 33 |

Copyright | |

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agreement axial velocity boundary conditions boundary layer boundary-layer flows burner calculation procedure chemical kinetics coefficient combustion comparison concentration constants continuity equation contours control volume convection coordinate cross-stream D. B. Spalding density dependent variables differential equations diffusion diffusion flames direction dissipation rate distance distribution downstream duct effects enthalpy ESCIMO experiment experimental data Figure flame fluctuations fluid flux fuel fully developed furnace grid nodes heat transfer heat-transfer Imperial College inlet laminar Launder length scale longitudinal mass flow rate Mass Transfer measurements Mech Mechanical Engineering method model of turbulence momentum equations Nusselt parabolic parabolic flows partially-parabolic Patankar pipe plane Prandtl number predictions pressure field pressure gradient problem properties quantities radial ratio recirculation region Reynolds number shear stress solution procedure solved stream swirl three-dimensional time-mean tion turbulence energy turbulence model turbulent flow turbulent kinetic energy two-dimensional upstream values variation velocity components velocity profile vertical viscosity wall zero