volume 151, issue 1-2, P142-159 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.01.009
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Ingmar Schoegl, Janet L. Ellzey

Abstract: Classic theories of combustion rely upon the principle that the maximum temperature attainable in a reaction is predicted by the adiabatic equilibrium temperature. In certain burner configurations, however, the maximum temperature may locally exceed this value by a significant amount due to heat recirculation, which has led to the concept of superadiabatic combustion. A striking aspect of this type of combustion is a broadening of the limits of flammability due to the accelerating effect of temperature increa…

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