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“…The dominant reaction path for the decomposition of acetone has been extensively studied (Chong and Hochgreb, 2011;Pichon et al, 2009;Sato and Hidaka, 2000): Saxena et al (2009) observed that the measured dissociation rate CH 3 COCH 3 ¼CH 3 CO þ CH 3 is in close accord with the one already proposed by Sato and Hidaka (2000). However, the decomposition could be complicated by the molecular paths CH 3 COCH 3 ¼ CH 4 þ CH 2 CO or even CH 3 COCH 3 ¼ CO þ CH 3 CH 3 .…”
Section: Kinetic Model and Mathematical Methodssupporting
“…Of all ketones, acetone combustion chemistry has been most well-characterized by researchers [5][6][7][8][9]. The next larger ketone, 2-butanone, has recently been investigated by several researchers [9][10][11][12].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The subsequent leak-plus-outgassing rate was <10 μtorr/min in these experiments. The residual impurities in the shock tube under the current experimental conditions were estimated to be <0.3 ppm equivalent amounts of H impurities at 1500 K and <1 ppb at 1000 K based on the previous work of Urzay et al, 22 which, according to simulations using the Pichon et al 11 mechanism, translated to <2% uncertainty in the determination of k 1 .…”
Section: Experimental Methodsmentioning
“…Hence, in the manifold generation, the flamelet equations are solved for a set of combinations of normalized progress variable (c=Y c /Y c,eq ) and mixture fraction Z where the un-normalized Y c has been evaluated in this study as: (1) includingCOand H 2 that may have a strong impact in a rich mixture combustion. As suggested in [6], a diffusive flamelet behavior has been considered and a detailed reaction mechanism for acetone as provided in [13] with 84 species and 409 reactions has been exploited. Furthermore, the interaction between flame and turbulent variables has been accounted through a Presumed Probability Density Function approach [6] [4].…”
Section: Combustion Modelmentioning
“…To select an appropriate exclusion distance, we performed a calculation of a freely propagating premixed laminar flame in a stoichiometric mixture of the jet and co-flow streams. The calculation was performed using the PREMIX module of Chemkin [21] in connection with the San Diego chemical mechanism [22] and an acetone sub-mechanism [23]. Figure 3 shows calculated profiles of temperature (T), relative acetone number density (ND acetone ) and relative LIF signal along the flame normal direction.…”
Section: Temperature Dependence Of Acetone-lif Signalmentioning