volume 154, issue 1-2, P122-142 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.12.002
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Abstract: AbstractWhen cool flames, or indeed any exothermic chemical reaction, occur inside an unstirred vessel, the heating effect of the reaction often induces temperature gradients and consequently natural convection. The intensity of the resulting flow is governed by the Rayleigh number (Ra). This work examines the behaviour of Sal'nikov's reaction, which is the simplest reaction to exhibit the thermokinetic oscillations that characterise cool flames, under the influence of natural convection in an unstirred spher…

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