volume 158, issue 7, P1288-1300 2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2010.11.009
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Abstract: The experimental study of the thermal decomposition of methyl decanoate was performed in a jet-stirred reactor at temperatures ranging from 773 to 1123 K, at residence times between 1 and 4 s, at a pressure of 800 Torr (106.6 kPa) and at high dilution in helium (fuel inlet mole fraction of 0.0218). Species leaving the reactor were analyzed by gas chromatography. Main reaction products were hydrogen, carbon oxides, small hydrocarbons from C to C, large 1-olefins from 1-butene to 1-nonene, and unsaturated esters…

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