volume 161, issue 6, P1460-1473 2014
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2013.12.006
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Abstract: This paper presents experimental data for the oxidation of two surrogates for the large alkylbenzene class of compounds contained in diesel fuels, namely ndecylbenzene. A 57:43 molar % mixture of n-propylbenzene:n-heptane in air (≈21% O 2 , ≈79% N 2 ) was used in addition to a 64:36 molar % mixture of nbutylbenzene:36% n-heptane in air. These mixtures were designed to contain a similar carbon/hydrogen ratio, molecular weight and aromatic/alkane ratio when compared to n-decylbenzene. Nominal equivalence ratios …

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