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Similarity between a stagnant point diffusion flame and an evolving jet diffusion flame
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 Title & Authors
Similarity between a stagnant point diffusion flame and an evolving jet diffusion flame
Park, Jeong; Sin, Hyeon-Dong;
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 Abstract
Experiments on corresponding jet flames with stagnant point diffusion flames have been carried out in initial injection periods. A compensated measurement of maximum flame temperature, which is based on the ion signal, has been employed to inspect flame responses to time-varying strain rates. The flame responses are obtained at two conditions for the slowly time-varying strain rate and the case of flame extinction, and analyzed to confirm similarity between a stagnant point diffusion flame and an evolving jet diffusion flame. Nonsteady effects are addressed via the comparison between several time scales. The time variation with low strain rates, in which illustrates the flame behavior of the upper branch far from extinction in the well-known S-curve, is confirmed to produce a quasi-steady flame response through the nonsteady experiments. The time variation with strain rates in the case of flame extinction indicates an unsteady effect of flame response. It is therefore found that the flame responses near jet tip depend on time histories of characterized strain rates in the developing process.
 Keywords
Strain Rate;Stagnant Point Diffusion Flame;Maximum Flame Temperature;Flame Response;Nonsteady Effect;Flamelet;Extinction;
 Language
Korean
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