OH/CH2O/3-Pentanone PLIF applied to a stratified isooctane/air turbulent flame front

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ConferenceCombustion Institute Canadian Section, 2008 Spring Technical Meeting, May 11-14, Toronto, ON
AbstractThis paper describes an experimental investigation on partially premixed combustion through the use of a unique burner that enables variation of mixture fraction longitudinally along a flame, replicating conditions that are relevant to practical stratified combustion devices. A PLIF imaging setup that images OH, CH2O, and 3-Pentanone has been implemented to correlate unburned mixture fraction, progress variable, and flame surface density in a stratified isooctane/air flame. Heat release measurements are also obtained from the pixel-by-pixel product of simultaneous OH and CH2O images.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology; National Research Council Canada (NRC-CNRC)
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NRC number51598
NPARC number8896299
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