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Wildland fire propagation modelling
Wildfire propagation modelling is a challenging problem due to its complex multi-scale multi-physics nature. This process can be described by a reaction- diffusion equation based on the energy balance principle. Alternative ...
Wildland fire propagation modeling: fire-spotting parametrisation and energy balance
Present research concerns the physical background of a wild-fire propagation model based on the split of the front motion into two parts - drifting and fluctuating. The drifting part is solved by the level set method and ...
Front Curvature Evolution and Hydrodynamics Instabilities
It is known that hydrodynamic instabilities in turbulent premixed combustion are described by the Michelson-Sivashinsky (MS) equation. A model of the flame front propagation based on the G-equation and on stochastic ...
Darrieus-Landau instabilities in the framework of the G-equation
We consider a model formulation of the flame front propagation in turbulent premixed combustion based on stochastic fluctuations imposed to the mean flame position. In particular, the mean flame motion is described by ...