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“…The improvement in fuel efficiency is due to the increased energy content of the paraffinic FT or HRJ fuels compared to the aromatics that make up a significant portion of Jet-A [53]. Fundamental laboratory experiments have recently shown a reduction in peak soot concentrations by approximately a factor of 4 between Jet A-1 (28% aromatics) compared to either n-decane or a SPK fuel, which were similar, due to the lack of aromatic hydrocarbons in the SPK or alkane fuels [312,313].…”
Section: Biojet Fuel Effects On Jet Engine Performance and Emissionsmentioning
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“…The improvement in fuel efficiency is due to the increased energy content of the paraffinic FT or HRJ fuels compared to the aromatics that make up a significant portion of Jet-A [53]. Fundamental laboratory experiments have recently shown a reduction in peak soot concentrations by approximately a factor of 4 between Jet A-1 (28% aromatics) compared to either n-decane or a SPK fuel, which were similar, due to the lack of aromatic hydrocarbons in the SPK or alkane fuels [312,313].…”
Section: Biojet Fuel Effects On Jet Engine Performance and Emissionsmentioning
“…These models were pioneered by Frenklach and Wang [8] and later used extensively on various types of flames such as laminar premixed flames [7,[29][30][31][32], laminar counterflow diffusion flames [33][34][35], axis-symmetric coflow diffusion flames [36], 2D non-premixed turbulent flames [37] and 3D flames in diesel engine combustion [38]. The discrete sectional method was also frequently used [39][40][41][42][43][44][45][46] for particle dynamics, especially focused on soot size distribution. In addition, a simpler two-equation soot model [23,47] (transport equations for soot mass and number density) was also used with a certain level of success in simulating coflow diffusion flames [48,49].…”
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“…While several models are available, the two main concepts are based on (a) an acetylene-based inception model [4,17] and (b) a polycyclic-aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) based nucleation model [18][19][20][21][22] . Both models have been used extensively to simulate a variety of turbulent sooting flames [5,7,[23][24][25][26] with a range of predictive success.…”
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