volume 154, issue 3, P546-556 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2008.03.008
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Abstract: For diffusion flames, the combination of oxygen enrichment and fuel dilution results in an increase in the stoichiometric mixture fraction, Z st , and alters the flame structure, i.e., the relationship between the local temperature and the local gas composition. Increasing Z st has been shown to result in the reduction or even elimination of soot. In the present work, the effects of variable Z st on soot inception are investigated in normal and inverse coflow flames, using ethylene as the fuel. Use of the inv…

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