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“…However, the difference between those two temperatures, i.e., the 'boost' in temperature caused by the combustion process decreases, so the regime gets closer to MILD combustion. This result is in agreement with those discussed in [30,31]. The difference between peak and inlet fuel temperature is smaller for the low-calorific syngas derived from feathers.…”
Section: Flame Structuressupporting
confidence: 82%
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“…However, the difference between those two temperatures, i.e., the 'boost' in temperature caused by the combustion process decreases, so the regime gets closer to MILD combustion. This result is in agreement with those discussed in [30,31]. The difference between peak and inlet fuel temperature is smaller for the low-calorific syngas derived from feathers.…”
Section: Flame Structuressupporting
confidence: 82%
“…The detail calculations are presented in Appendix. Since GRI3 was recently used for modelling of diluted low calorific preheated fuel combustion [30,31] we continue with this mechanism.…”
Section: Flame Structuresmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Methane counterflow systems relevant to MILD combustion have been studied both experimentally [9][10][11] and numerically [2,3,12]. De Joannon et al [2,3] studied a methane counterflow configuration with various hot and diluted fuel and oxidiser conditions, commenting on significant changes introduced with preheat and dilution to the Heat Release Rate (HRR), including the appearance of a double-peaked HRR profile and a lack of correlation of the highest HRR peak with the stoichiometric mixture fraction, depending on dilution configuration.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[2,3]). Recently, alternative suggestions for MILD regime boundaries have been proposed by discussing (i) the conditions at which a freely propagating laminar premixed flame fails to exist [4] due to the inability of the system to maintain a chemically frozen boundary caused by high reactant temperatures promoting autoignition, and (ii) the conditions at which the 'S-shaped' curve of flame temperature versus strain rate becomes monotonic and, as a result, a non-premixed flame may not undergo a sudden extinction at high strain [5][6][7].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A few examples of this can be found in previous works of de Joannon et al such as in Hot-Fuel-Diluted-Fuel [4], Hot-Oxidant-Diluted-Fuel [5] and Hot Oxidant Diluted Oxidant [6]. A number of experimental studies has been performed to study the Jet-in-Hot Coflow (JHC) burner as a model system for MILD combustion [3,[7][8][9].…”
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