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Measurement and Prediction of Autoignition Temperature of n-Hexanol+p-Xylene Mixture
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  • Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
  • Volume 25, Issue 1,  2016, pp.48-55
  • Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
  • DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.25.1.048
 Title & Authors
Measurement and Prediction of Autoignition Temperature of n-Hexanol+p-Xylene Mixture
Ha, Dong-Myeong;
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The autoignition temperature (AIT) of a material is the lowest temperature at which the material will spontaneously ignite. The AIT is important index for the safe handling of flammable liquids which constitute the solvent mixtures. This study measured the AITs of n-hexanol+p-xylene system by using ASTM E659 apparatus. The AITs of n-hexanol and p-xylene system which constituted binary system were and , respectively. The experimental AITs of n-hexanol+p-xylene system system were a good agreement with the calculated AITs by the proposed equations with a few A.A.D.(average absolute deviation).
AIT(Autoignition temperature);flammable liquids;ignition delay time(time lag);ASTM E659;n-hexanol+p-xylene system;
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