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Combustion Characteristics of the Atomized Hydrocarbon Liquid-fuel Spray Injected through a Slit-jet Nozzle
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 Title & Authors
Combustion Characteristics of the Atomized Hydrocarbon Liquid-fuel Spray Injected through a Slit-jet Nozzle
Kim, Min Sung; Kim, Jeong Soo;
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 Abstract
An experimental study was performed to investigate the combustion characteristics of the liquid hydrocarbon fuel atomized by an ultrasonic oscillator. Configuration of the flame was caught by the DSLR camera, and images were analyzed in detail through a post-processing. Temperature of the flame zone was measured using thermocouple. It is resulted that the flame area is proportional to the mass flow rate of carrier gas as well as the voltage applied to the ultrasonic oscillator. Temperature of the flame zone is measured and analyzed according to variation in the operating condition of the burner, too.
 Keywords
Ultrasonic Atomization;Kerosene;Spray Combustion;Flame Structure;Flame Temperature;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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