volume 156, issue 8, P1514-1524 2009
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2009.04.006
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Abstract: a b s t r a c tThe soot properties of round, non-buoyant, laminar jet diffusion flames are described, based on experiments carried out in microgravity conditions during three flights of the Space Shuttle Columbia (Flights STS-83, 94 and 107). Experimental conditions included ethylene-and propane-fueled flames burning in still air at an ambient temperature of 298 K and ambient pressures of 35-100 kPa. Measurements included soot volume fraction distributions using deconvolved laser extinction imaging and soot t…

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