volume 150, issue 4, P369-379 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.01.010
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Takeshi Yokomori, Susumu Mochida, Tadahiro Araake, Kaoru Maruta

Abstract: Electrostatic probe measurements are reported that identify flame location, displacement speeds of reaction region, and other flame properties within an industrial furnace that is operated with high-temperature preheated air. The electrostatic probe has advantages over other methods when a furnace is operated with high-temperature air. The probe consisted of a fine detection wire and a supporting tube that played a role of the reference electrode. The reaction regions were found to be widely dispersed and wea…

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