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“…Similar values have been reported in literature: Biagioli and Giithe [25] found a negative pressure exponent for "in-flame NOx" and a positive for "postflame NOx," and experimentally determined a total pressure exponent ranging from 0.1 to 0.67. (3)): At dry conditions, the average pressure exponent increases with flame temperature/equivalence ratio from " (Tflame) « 0.1 at low temperatures to x ~ 0.65 at higher flame tem peratures.…”
Section: Co Formationsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…Similar values have been reported in literature: Biagioli and Giithe [25] found a negative pressure exponent for "in-flame NOx" and a positive for "postflame NOx," and experimentally determined a total pressure exponent ranging from 0.1 to 0.67. (3)): At dry conditions, the average pressure exponent increases with flame temperature/equivalence ratio from " (Tflame) « 0.1 at low temperatures to x ~ 0.65 at higher flame tem peratures.…”
Section: Co Formationsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…34. A more recent effort showing the effect of fuel-air mixing on NO x emissions in an industrial lean premixed gas turbine burners can be found in the work of Biagioli et al [128].…”
Section: Table 10mentioning
confidence: 98%
“…It is mainly based on reactions occurring mainly behind the original heat release zone. A more detailed view [12] splits the NO x formation in a post flame and a prompt contribution with slightly different temperature scaling. The prompt NO x formation is linked to the heat release according to "N 2 O" [13,14] and the "NNH" [15] pathways as well as the "Fenimore" [16] reaction of hydrocarbon intermediates.…”
Section: Flame Chemiluminescencementioning
confidence: 99%