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“…Furthermore, the present results are slightly lower than the data of n-butaneair mixtures obtained by Davis et al [10] and in good agreement with n-butane data of Kelley et al [8]. As shown in Figure 7, the n-butane-air mixtures shows higher laminar burning velocity compaired to iso-butane-air mixtures and this difference is due to the higher heat of combustion for n-butane than iso-butane.…”
Section: Stretched Flame Propagation Speeds and Laminar Burning Velocitycontrasting
confidence: 55%
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“…Furthermore, the present results are slightly lower than the data of n-butaneair mixtures obtained by Davis et al [10] and in good agreement with n-butane data of Kelley et al [8]. As shown in Figure 7, the n-butane-air mixtures shows higher laminar burning velocity compaired to iso-butane-air mixtures and this difference is due to the higher heat of combustion for n-butane than iso-butane.…”
Section: Stretched Flame Propagation Speeds and Laminar Burning Velocitycontrasting
confidence: 55%
“…Thus, the measured laminar burning velocities of iso-butane-air flames of present work were compared with data of iso-butane and n-butane-air mixtures from previous literature to validate the present data. In order to measure the values of the laminar burning velocities from the obtained unstretched flame propagation speed, the following equation was used [8]: The values of the laminar burning velocity ܵ of isobutane-air mixtures which have been extracted using the Eq. 2.4 are plotted in Figure 7 against the equivalence ratio.…”
Section: Stretched Flame Propagation Speeds and Laminar Burning Velocitymentioning
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“…(3) may be different from those obtained from non-linear relationship between u n and u l . However, Kelley and Law (13) showed that the difference of unstretched laminar burning velocity was not so much and the sign of Markstein length was the same as that obtained from Eq. (3).…”
Section: Analysis Of Laminar Flamesmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…(4), the sensitivity of stretched laminar burning velocity to flame stretch was discussed using burned gas Markstein length. In addition, the nonlinearity of the sensitivity of laminar burning velocity to flame stretch was pointed out (13), (14) . The results of unstretched laminar burning velocity and Markstein length obtained from Eq.…”
Section: Analysis Of Laminar Flamesmentioning
confidence: 99%