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“…The flame shape can be convex or concave. Many types of flame shapes exist depending on the shape factor, which is based on the flame position and axis planes (Rutland and Trouvi 1993, Chakraborty and Cant 2006, and Kerl et al 2013. Fig.…”
Section: Flame Area Densitymentioning
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“…The flame shape can be convex or concave. Many types of flame shapes exist depending on the shape factor, which is based on the flame position and axis planes (Rutland and Trouvi 1993, Chakraborty and Cant 2006, and Kerl et al 2013. Fig.…”
Section: Flame Area Densitymentioning
“…7 Profile of the flame area density for various TI and ℓ. (Kerl et al 2013) presented three flame shapes (hyperbolic, parabolic and elliptic) in a diffuser combustor with an annular swirling flow at its inlet. As this work is the most similar study to the present work, the flame shapes obtained here can be accepted to be realistic.…”
Section: Flame Area Densitymentioning
“…In the recent work (Zhou et al 2015), multi-species PLIF including HCO has shown that the broadened reaction zones can be formed in the distributed reaction zones regime. Also direct measurements of the characteristic flame speeds have been conducted by utilizing PLIF and particle image velocimetry (PIV) (Tanahashi et al 2008a, Kerl et al 2013, Trunk et al 2013, Peterson et al 2015, Johchi et al 2015. Double-pulse CH PLIF (Tanahashi et al 2008a) was developed and used for investigation of the absolute flame propagation speed.…”
Section: Received 30 June 2016mentioning
“…The double-pulse CH was extended by introducing stereoscopic PIV to measure local turbulent displacement speed directly (Tanahashi et al 2008b). PIV itself has been utilized for that purpose by defining the location of flame front with local maxima of particle number density (Kerl et al 2013). Recently, high repetition rate PLIF and PIV are used for investigation of local flame displacement speed in a freely propagating flames (Trunk et al 2013), a turbulent jet premixed flame (Johchi et al 2015) and a sparkignition engine (Peterson et al 2015).…”
Section: Received 30 June 2016mentioning
“…Chen et al [88] showed that the two-and three-dimensional flame front curvature distributions for premixed turbulent stagnation-point flames are similar. On the other hand, Kerl et al [89] reported that the probability density function of the two-dimensional flame front curvature is broader than the three-dimensional distribution for the flame stabilized on a diffuser burner. As discussed, there is no consensus regarding the effect of three-dimensionality on the flame front curvature.…”
Section: Two-dimensional Local Flame Front Curvaturementioning