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50 Years of CFD in Engineering Sciences
We follow Brian Spalding’s contributions to the field of combustion modelling and simulation, from his early theoretical works and ‘analogue models’ to his more recent thinking on populationbased turbulence and combustion models. We revisit the genesis of his popular EddyBreakup Model, and highlight how the same notion, i.e. the central role of the fragmentariness of turbulent flow, permeated his thinking throughout the years. We highlight the connections between Spalding’s ideas and other prevailing turbulent combustion models.
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A rough timeline of Spalding’s career in Combustion. Dates are approximate
DBS

Others

Milestone


1951

Ph.D. Thesis, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge


1953

First numerical computations of combustion [
23]


1954

First numerical computations “by graphical means”


1955

Textbook‘Some Fundamentals of Combustion’, Butterworth Scientific


1955

Analogue combustion model


1961

First numerical calculations


1968

First CFD calculation of recirculating flows with combustion


1969

GENMIX


1970

PresumedPDF modelling of turbulent diffusion flames


1971

Numerical prediction of laminar flame propagation


1971

Eddy Breakup Model


1972

First 3D simulation of a combustion chamber


1973

First 3D combustion simulation


1974

Transport equation for the PDF [
12]


1976

ESCIMO


1977

Eddy Dissipation Model


1977

BML model


1980

IPSA: Eulerian, multiphase algorithm


1981

First Monte Carlo method for solving the transport eq. for the PDF [
66]


1981

Eddy Dissipation Concept


1982

TwoFluid Models of turbulence


1984

Computational implementation of flamelet models by Peters [
63]


1995

MultiFluid Models of combustion

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 Brian Spalding and Turbulent Combustion
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 https://doi.org/10.1007/9789811526701_12
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Norberto Fueyo
Michael R. Malin
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 Springer Singapore
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 12