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|Title:||The role of large scale mixing and radiation in the scaling of NOx emissions from unconfined flames|
|Citation:||Journal of the Korean Society of Combustion, 2002; 7(1)|
|Publisher:||The Korean society of combustion|
|Greg J.R. Newbold, Graham J. Nathan and Davis S. Nobes, Stephen R. Turns|
|Abstract:||Measurements of global emissions, flame radiation and flame dimensions are presented for unconfirmed turbulent-jet and precessing-jet diffusion flames. Precessing jet flames are characterised by increases in global flame radiation and global flame residence time for methane and propane fuels, however a strong dependency of the NOx emission indices on the fuel type exists. The fuel type dependence is considered to be because soot radiation is more effective than gas-radiation at reducing global flame temperatures relative to adiabatic flame temperatures and reducing the NO production rate.|
|Keywords:||Diffusion flames; NOx; Radiation; Turbulent-jet; Precessing-jet|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering publications|
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