volume 160, issue 8, P1373-1380 2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2013.03.002
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Kakeru Fujiwara, Yuji Nakamura

Abstract: AbstractIn this work, we study the near-extinction behavior of micro-jet diffusion (i.e. non-premixed) flame, so called microflame, formed in a preheated air (up to 1020 K) in order to elucidate the unique and promising stability mechanism due to miniaturization of the jet diffusion flame. Effects of fuel flow rate and preheated air temperature on overall flame shape, flame temperature and the burner tip temperature are examined experimentally. Furthermore, the slight premixing effect on the near-extinction c…

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