volume 156, issue 10, P2010-2022 2009
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2009.06.023
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Abstract: a b s t r a c tThe formation of pollutant species in turbulent diffusion flames is strongly affected by turbulence/chemistry interactions. Unsteady counterflow diffusion flames can be conveniently used to address the unsteady effects of hydrodynamics on the pollutant chemistry, because they exhibit a larger range of combustion conditions than those observed in steady flames.In this paper, unsteady effects on the formation of soot (and its main precursors) and nitrogen oxides (NO x ) are investigated by imposi…

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