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Study on the characteristics of laminar lifted flames using planar laser induced fluorescence technique
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 Title & Authors
Study on the characteristics of laminar lifted flames using planar laser induced fluorescence technique
Lee, Byeong-Jun; Jeong, Seok-Ho; Han, Jae-Won;
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 Abstract
Characteristics of the lifted flame which is generated by issuing of the fuel through the miniature nozzle, d = 0.164 mm, are studied using the planar laser induced fluorescence technique. OH radical is excited on the (8) line of the .SIGMA. .PI.(1, 0) band transition (283.55 nm) and LIF signals are captured at the bands of (0, 0) and (1, 1) transition (306 ~ 326 nm) using the filters and ICCD camera. Hydroxyl radical (OH) profile for nozzle attached flame shows that OH radical populations at the flame sides and flame tip are larger than those at the base. But for the lifted flame (tribrachial flame) case, those are larger at the flame base than at the flame tip and flame sides. The OH radical is more dense near the center line of flame base at the blowing out. This fact proves the Chung and Lee's blowout theory-blowout occurs when the flame is anchored at the flame axis. axis.
 Keywords
Nozzle Attached Flame;Lifted Flame;Blowout;PLIF;
 Language
Korean
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