By A. L. Kuhl
Papers from the colloquium held August 1987. the 1st a part of the two-volume set covers flames: ignition dynamics, flame chemistry, diffusion flames in shear circulate, dynamics of flames, combustion diagnostics. half is targeted on heterogeneous combustion and functions.
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4. caic / kJ mor s- Fig. 4 Ratio of predicted to calculated values vs maximum rate of reaction zone heat release. Predicted values from Eq. 11 in text. Symbols as in Fig. 1. TWO-ZONE MODEL OF ENERGY RELEASE 25 It should be noted that there is some scatter, most visible in the high argon dilution and low fuel equivalence ratio conditions and that the predicted value is about a factor of ten too high. This scatter is sensitive to the parameters used in the relationship, in particular to the MARL expression used for r and the final temperature.
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L. Miller [1986b] Two-Zone Model of Hydrocarbon Combustion. Fall Technical Meeting of the Eastern States Section of the Combustion Institute, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Strehlow, R. A.  Combustion Fundamentals, McGraw-Hill Books, New York. Zaidel, R. M. and Zel'dovich, Ya. B.  One Dimensional Instability and Decay of Detonation (in Russian) PMTF 6, 59. Study of Methane Ignition in Reflected Shock Waves S. M. Hwang,* M. J. Rabinowitz,t W. C. Gar diner Jr. and D. L. Robinson § The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas Abstract An experimental and modeling study of methane ignition was undertaken to enable direct comparison of spectroscopic and pressure - based ignition delays.