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“…As discussed in Section 3.2, physically realistic solutions could not be obtained above 20 atm with cold-wall boundary conditions. There is some experimental support for high soot concentrations predicted within the fuel tube near the exit [99,100]. Using the same set-up, Mandatori and Gülder [99] observed the complete blockage of the fuel tube by soot at about 35 atm with an ethane diffusion flame.…”
Section: Soot Volume Fraction Contoursmentioning
confidence: 85%
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“…As discussed in Section 3.2, physically realistic solutions could not be obtained above 20 atm with cold-wall boundary conditions. There is some experimental support for high soot concentrations predicted within the fuel tube near the exit [99,100]. Using the same set-up, Mandatori and Gülder [99] observed the complete blockage of the fuel tube by soot at about 35 atm with an ethane diffusion flame.…”
Section: Soot Volume Fraction Contoursmentioning
confidence: 85%
“…Using the same set-up, Mandatori and Gülder [99] observed the complete blockage of the fuel tube by soot at about 35 atm with an ethane diffusion flame. Similarly, Joo and Gülder [100] observed the discharge of carbon particulates along with a liquid phase from the fuel nozzle of high-pressure methane-air coflow diffusion flames.…”
Section: Soot Volume Fraction Contoursmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…At pressures between 6 and 9 MPa, after the laminar methane jet flame had been stabilized on a circular nozzle-type burner, one of the two following occurrences was observed: (a) the jet flame was completely extinguished without any external interference, and immediately after, a liquid material started to flow out of the fuel nozzle as either a clear liquid bubble growing with time or a slurry-like liquid flowing out of the nozzle, and (b) the jet flame started flickering or changing its shape, and at the same time, a liquid stream started trickling out of the nozzle. This was reported as a brief communication, and the observed liquid was inadvertently labeled as a liquid methane hydrate. The aim of this paper is to report this unexpected occurrence and discuss its nature.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%