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Ignition of a solid fuel by thermal radiation
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 Title & Authors
Ignition of a solid fuel by thermal radiation
Kim, Myeong-Hyo; Baek, Seung-Uk;
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 Abstract
Ignition characteristics of a vertical solid fuel plate with block have been investigated experimentally. For low radiant heat flux, ignition does not occur in a vertical solid fuel plate without block. In the case with the block on a vertical fuel plate, however, ignition can occur by increasing the residence time and the time to absorb the incident radiation flux by fuel vapor in gas phase. The ignition occurs below block and the point varies according to the block location and the block height. As the block height increases, the block locates at higher position, and the hot wall temperature increases, the ignition delay time decreases. Also as the initial temperature of fuel plate rises, the ignition delay time of the solid fuel plate decreases. The temperature distribution of solid fuel plate with block is nearly proportional to the radiant heat flux distribution. Therefore, the effect temperature by natural convection heat transfer is of the same order as that of inhibition of temperature increase by pyrolysis.
 Keywords
Solid Fuel;Ignition;Thermal Radiation;Vertical Fuel Plate;Block;
 Language
Korean
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