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Laminar Diffusion Flame in the Reacting Mixing Layer
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Laminar Diffusion Flame in the Reacting Mixing Layer
Sin, Dong-Sin;
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Laminar flows in which mixing and chemical reactions take place between parallel streams of reactive species are studied numerically. The governing equations for laminar flows are from two-dimensional compressible boundary-layer equations. The chemistry is a finite rate single step irreversible reaction with Arrhenius kinetics. Ignition, premixed flame, and diffusion flame regimes are found to exist in the laminar reacting mixing layer at high activation energy. At high Mach numbers, ignition occurs earlier due to the higher temperatures in the unburnt gas. In diffusion regimes, property variations affect the laminar profiles considerably and need to be included when there are large temperature differences. The maximum temperature of a laminar reacting mixing layer is almost linear with the adiabatic flame temperature at low heat release, but only weakly at high heat release.
Ignition;Premixed Flame;Diffusion Flame;Laminar Flame;Reacting Mixing Layer;Numerical Simulation;
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