volume 158, issue 5, P935-948 2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2011.02.007
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M.S. Sweeney, S. Hochgreb, R.S. Barlow

Abstract: a b s t r a c tPractical combustion systems typically operate in stratified regimes to leverage the advantages of a spatially varying mixture fraction field. Although these benefits are well known in industry, the fundamental physics underpinning these effects are currently an area of active research. In this paper simultaneous Rayleigh-Raman-LIF measurements of temperature and major species concentrations along a line are used to investigate the structure of a weakly turbulent stratified flame. Concurrent cr…

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