volume 151, issue 3, P397-411 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.07.009
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M. Fairweather, R.M. Woolley

Abstract: As natural gas production and usage continues to increase, displacing oil and coal, there is an escalating requirement to ensure that natural-gas burning equipment performs as cleanly and efficiently as possible to allow the environmental advantages of this fuel to be realized. Presented are encouraging results obtained from the three-dimensional, elliptic, CMC modeling of a low-swirl-stabilized nonpremixed flame of methane, which are representative of such technologies. Calculations were based upon the solut…

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