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“…As discussed previously for the mixtures of npropylbenzene / n-heptane this behavior at intermediate temperatures (around 900 K) is attributed to the chain branching sequence RH + HȮ 2 =Ṙ + H 2 O 2 followed by H 2 O 2 (+ M) =ȮH +ȮH (+ M), where RH is the fuel components.In the present experiments, the equivalence ratio is increased by increasing the fuel concentration ([RH]) which enhances the rate of this branching sequence that produces two reactiveȮH radicals[65]. This effect is also seen at30 and 50 atm, Figs. 8(c)-8(d).…”
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confidence: 63%
“…As discussed previously for the mixtures of npropylbenzene / n-heptane this behavior at intermediate temperatures (around 900 K) is attributed to the chain branching sequence RH + HȮ 2 =Ṙ + H 2 O 2 followed by H 2 O 2 (+ M) =ȮH +ȮH (+ M), where RH is the fuel components.In the present experiments, the equivalence ratio is increased by increasing the fuel concentration ([RH]) which enhances the rate of this branching sequence that produces two reactiveȮH radicals[65]. This effect is also seen at30 and 50 atm, Figs. 8(c)-8(d).…”
supporting
confidence: 63%
“…The H 2 O profiles for typical hydrocarbons [18,19,31] exhibit sequential features: an initial gradual formation of H 2 O is followed by a rapid increase indicating ignition, which is in turn succeeded by a very slow rise in H 2 O concentration. During 3-pentanone oxidation, the H 2 O profiles are slightly different from those of common hydrocarbons (n-alkanes and cycloalkanes).…”
Section: -Pentanone Oxidationmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Using a common-mode-rejection detection scheme, a minimum absorbance of 0.1% can be detected, which results in the current experiments in a minimum detection sensitivity of $0.2 ppm at 1400 K and 1.5 atm. Further details of the OH laser diagnostic setup are discussed elsewhere [16][17][18][19]. When the laser was tuned away from the narrow OH absorption line by approximately 4 cm À1 , interference absorption was found.…”
Section: Laser Absorption Measurementsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The oxidation of n-heptane was previously studied in engines [1][2][3][4][5] and in several types of laboratory reactors such as shock tubes [6][7][8][9][10][11], rapid compression machines [12,13], jetstirred reactors [14][15][16], flow reactors [17], and flames [18][19][20][21][22]. Most of these studies were carried out under conditions of high temperature oxidation (temperature typically above 800 K) and relatively little attention was paid to the low-temperature oxidation of n-heptane, especially regarding the characterization of oxygenated reaction products [12,13,[15][16][17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%