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“…To extract the temporal sequence of events leading to combustion instabilities, a statistical analysis of experimental data is then needed. The phase-averaged analysis is the most common method to study cyclic phenomena: in particular, in combustion experiments [5,[36][37][38][39][40][41]. Nonetheless, a periodical reference signal is needed to perform this analysis.…”
Section: B Processing Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To extract the temporal sequence of events leading to combustion instabilities, a statistical analysis of experimental data is then needed. The phase-averaged analysis is the most common method to study cyclic phenomena: in particular, in combustion experiments [5,[36][37][38][39][40][41]. Nonetheless, a periodical reference signal is needed to perform this analysis.…”
Section: B Processing Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, with different combinations of heat supply and the mass flow rate, they could obtain all the first three modes at one single location of L/16. Subsequently, various investigators conducted experiments on a Rijke tube to study thermo-acoustic characteristics of combustion, 11,[15][16][17] where effect of equivalence ratio was also considered. 15,17 As against the above experiments on a vertical Rijke tube with combustion, use of a horizontal Rijke tube with electrical heater and forced mean flow has also been made in some investigations to characterize the thermo-acoustics without the fear of lean flame blowout.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Subsequently, various investigators conducted experiments on a Rijke tube to study thermo-acoustic characteristics of combustion, 11,[15][16][17] where effect of equivalence ratio was also considered. 15,17 As against the above experiments on a vertical Rijke tube with combustion, use of a horizontal Rijke tube with electrical heater and forced mean flow has also been made in some investigations to characterize the thermo-acoustics without the fear of lean flame blowout. 7,8,18,19 Prospective benefits of suppressing the thermoacoustic instability have drawn attention of many investigators since long and various control techniques, both passive and active, have been developed.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%