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“…The data showed that in the case of tertiary-butanol, the dehydration reaction rate is approximately a factor of ten larger than the rate of the radical initiating C-C bond fission reaction. This attribute has been shown to be important in diffusively controlled combustion, where the dehydration reaction for tertiary-butanol was found to contribute as much as ~80% of the destruction of the fuel 12 . To further isolate the contributions of the dehydration reaction in experimental fuel pyrolysis studies, radical terminating components can be added to reduce the effects of the secondary radical chemistry.…”
Section: Reactionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The data showed that in the case of tertiary-butanol, the dehydration reaction rate is approximately a factor of ten larger than the rate of the radical initiating C-C bond fission reaction. This attribute has been shown to be important in diffusively controlled combustion, where the dehydration reaction for tertiary-butanol was found to contribute as much as ~80% of the destruction of the fuel 12 . To further isolate the contributions of the dehydration reaction in experimental fuel pyrolysis studies, radical terminating components can be added to reduce the effects of the secondary radical chemistry.…”
Section: Reactionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition to applied engine research, [6][7][8] fundamental combustion measurements have been made using many different systems. These include laminar flame speeds, 9 flame stability measurements, 10 jet-stirred reactor chemistry, 11 low-pressure flame structure, 12 atmospheric pressure flame structure, 13 pyrolysis, 14 flow reactors, 15 and ignition delays, both in rapid compression machines (RCMs) and shock tubes. 16,17 There have also been numerous modeling studies of the isomers of butanol, including recent ones by Sarathy et al, 18 Hansen et al, 19 and…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Due to the interest from both practical and scientific points of view, an appreciable body of fundamental research has been developed for butanol isomers in recent years. Though by no means a comprehensive review, numerous fundamental studies have been conducted using a variety of experimental systems including laminar flame speeds [4][5][6][7], flame extinction [8][9][10], pyrolysis [11], flame structure [6,[12][13][14][15], species and temperature measurements in a flow reactor [12], jet-stirred reactors (JSR) [6,16], and ignition delays in rapid compression machines (RCM) [17][18][19] and shock tubes [20,21]. Several of these studies have investigated the impact of isomeric variations on global combustion properties.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%