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“…As consistent with laminar flame theory and evidenced by prior work on laminar flames [6,17], increases in the heat release parameter Q can dramatically increase flame speed. We see in Fig.…”
Section: Parameterssupporting
confidence: 60%
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“…As consistent with laminar flame theory and evidenced by prior work on laminar flames [6,17], increases in the heat release parameter Q can dramatically increase flame speed. We see in Fig.…”
Section: Parameterssupporting
confidence: 60%
“…Typical values of above mentioned parameters are a ¼ 0:5 and h à ¼ 0:65. A comprehensive description of the numerical procedure outlined above can be found in [17].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…By using an order-of-magnitude analysis, it is possible to demonstrate that a factor β 2 is needed to account for these effects. Another characteristic of the chainbranching kinetics is that fuel leakage can arise for flames close to the flammability limit, as demonstrated in [39]. The reader is referred to Dold et al [31,32] for further details.…”
Section: Formulation Of the Problemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The solution of the planar problem (13) and (14), which is required before solving the complete problem (6)- (11), was calculated numerically in [39]. For completeness, the variation of this factor μ with q is shown in Figure 2 for different values of Le F and Le Z = 1.…”
Section: Formulation Of the Problemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is assumed that all the heat of the reaction is released during the recombination stage and the chain branching stage does not produce or consume any heat. This model was introduced in [26] and considered in many aspects later [27][28][29][30][31]. Here it is complemented with the additional reaction step R → P representing the generalized radical sink.…”
Section: Modelmentioning
confidence: 98%