volume 149, issue 4, P340-352 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.02.007
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Abstract: Partial premixing of fuel and oxidizer is of common occurrence in fires. However, most previous studies dealing with flame extinction have focused on nonpremixed flames. In this experimental-numerical study, we examine the effectiveness of fuel-stream versus air-stream dilution for extinguishing laminar methane-air partially premixed (PPFs) and nonpremixed flames (NPF) using the chemically inert fire suppressant CO 2 . Experimental measurements were made in lifted methane-air coflow flames, while both counter…

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