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An Experimental Study On Characteristics of Flame and Combustion Stability of Coaxial Jet Injectors
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An Experimental Study On Characteristics of Flame and Combustion Stability of Coaxial Jet Injectors
Son, Jinwoo; Min, Yong Ho; Sohn, Chae Hoon;
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 Abstract
Flame characteristics and combustion stability of a swirl coaxial injector are studied experimentally. Characteristics of flame and combustion instability are analyzed with the parameter of MFR (momentum flux ratio) using hexane instead of kerosene. Flame patterns of blue and yellow are changed with variable MFR. Combustion instabilities are measured and analyzed by adopting a model chamber. Combustion instability mapping is made by evaluating damping factor at the 2 L (second longitudinal) mode with variable MFR in 63 cases for operating condition.
 Keywords
Momentum flux ratio;Hexane;Damping factor;Swirl coaxial injector;
 Language
Korean
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