volume 156, issue 7, P1462-1470 2009
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2009.02.007
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Abstract: AbstractThe principal burning characteristics of a laminar flame comprise the fuel vapour pressure the laminar burning velocity, ignition delay times, Markstein numbers for strain rate and curvature, the stretch rates for the onset of flame instabilities and of flame extinction for different mixtures. With the exception of ignition delay times, measurements of these are reported and discussed for ethanol-air mixtures. The measurements were in a spherical explosion bomb, with central ignition, in the regime of…

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