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An experimental study on characteristics of mixture turbulence and flame scale
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 Title & Authors
An experimental study on characteristics of mixture turbulence and flame scale
Choe, Byeong-Ryun; Jang, In-Gap; Choe, Gyeong-Min;
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 Abstract
The high loading combustion is accomplished by making the turbulent intensity strong and the scale small in the premixed combustor. The Da-mkoler number, which is decreased by short turbulent characteristic time or by long chemical reaction time, can make the distributed reaction flame. So we developed a doubled jet burner for high loading combustion. The doubled jet burner was designed to make the scale of the flame small by the effect of impingement and increasing shear stress with doubled jet. We investigated the turbulence characteristics of unburned mixture and visualized several flames with the typical schlieren photography. Then we studied the influence of several factors that related the scale of flame. Consequently, the doubled jet burner can make the eddy very small. And we can obtain the detail information of the flame scale through ADSF(the Average Distance between Successive Fringes) in the micro- schlieren photography. The ADSF is not a exact flame scale, but it has qualitative trend with increasing turbulent intensity. The ADSF is diminished remarkably with increasing turbulent intensity. The reason is that strong turbulent intensity makes the flame zone thick and flamelets numerous. We can confirm this fact by the signal analysis of ion currents.
 Keywords
High Loading Combustion;Doubled Jet Burner;Flame Scale;Distributed Reaction Flame;The Average Distance Successive Fringes;ADSF;
 Language
Korean
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