Ignition of Combustible Mixtures by Laminar Jets of Hot Gases. by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 6293
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The transient injection and subsequent auto-ignition of a methane jet issuing into a laminar coflow of hot exhaust gas from a lean premixed hydrogen air flame was.

Hot-jet ignition of premixed combustible mixtures finds application in internal combustion engines [1,2], pulsed detonation engines [3], and wave rotor combustors [4] [5] [6]. Chemically active. SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL Ignition of flammable gases and liquids by cigarettes: a review R HOLLEYHEAD Dr JH Burgoyne & Partners, Olympic House, Queen Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom Gl 3BU Science & Justice ; Received 17 August ; accepted 15 January The cause of a fire has often been attributed to lighted cigarettes when, in fact, Cited by: Ignition by Hot Surfaces Overview The minimum hot surface temperature for igniting a given mixture of combustible gas in air has sometimes been regarded as a fundamental constant for that mixture.

However, this is a false perception. In general terms, ignition is a dynamic process where chemical heat generation and. Definitions from Fire Dynamics text book. STUDY. PLAY. creating a combustible mixture of gases in some part of the enclosure. Any ignition source, such as a glowing ember, can ignite the combustible mixture, which results in an extremely rapid burning of gases and/or pyrolysis products forced out through the opening, in turn creating a.

Some features of the forced ignition in turbulent non-premixed flames are demonstrated in Fig. 2, which shows schematically the flame expansion in a turbulent fuel jet in cold air (i.e. low T 2,0) after a successful most reactive mixture fraction is not a relevant quantity here because autoignition does not occur due to the low temperature and hence only the isolines of ξ st, ξ Cited by:   Investigation of Fire and Explosion Accidents in the Chemical, Mining, The Ignition of Combustible Mixtures by Laminar Jets of Gases.

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of Share & Embed. Similar experiments show that the aerodynamic effects of liquid jets in still gases remain small for liquid/gas density ratios greater than (Wu and Faeth, ).

flame spread above liquid fuel pools, the ignition of gaseous combustible mixtures by hot projectiles, and the ignition and flame propagation of fuel spray/air mixtures. Air–fuel ratio (AFR) is the mass ratio of air to a solid, liquid, or gaseous fuel present in a combustion process. The combustion may take place in a controlled manner such as in an internal combustion engine or industrial furnace, or may result in an explosion (e.g., a dust explosion, gas or vapour explosion or in a thermobaric weapon).

The air-fuel ratio determines. A review of recent experimental studies of non-equilibrium plasma assisted ignition and combustion is given in [Starikovskaia&Starikovskii, ]. There is also a detailed review of experimental and theoretical work in this field for H 2-O 2 mixtures [Popov, ].

Over the last years, considerable progress has been made in the understanding of Cited by: Prechamber Equipped Laser Ignition for Improved Performance in Natural Gas Engines the flame velocities decrease significantly in lean mixtures: The laminar burning velocity values calculated by using chemkin pro and gri chemical kinetic mechanism for typical pressure and temperature Ignition by Transient Hot Turbulent Jets: An Author: Bader Almansour, Subith Vasu, Sreenath B.

Gupta, Qing Wang, Robert Van Leeuwen, Chuni Ghosh. "Transient Ignition of a Combustible by Stationary Isothermal Bodies," by C. Law, Combustion Science and Technology, Vol. 19, Nos. 5 and 6, pp. "Fuel Spray Vaporization in Humid Environment," by C. Law and M.

Binark, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 22, pp. On Influence of Carbon Tetrachloride on Combustible Mixtures Ignition at Various Temperature Ranges These proceedings collect the papers presented at the 30th International Symposium on Shock Waves (ISSW30), which was held in Tel-Aviv Israel from July 19 to J Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows with Shocks, Supersonic Jets.

Fuel concentration limits for ignition of mixtures of coal dust, methane, and air have been determined by a hot-gas ignition method. The limiting concentration of each of the two fuels was usually less than that corresponding to its lean flammability limit in air.

Part 1 Combustion of gases: fundamentals of chemical kinetics - reaction rates, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetic rate equations-- flame propagation in laminar flows - aerodynamics, dynamic stability, flammability limits-- flame propagation in turbulent flows - vortex stretching, combustion models, wrinkled laminar flame and local reaction.

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However, current homogeneous-charge lean-burn engines suffer from impaired efficiency and high unburned fuel emissions. Natural gas direct-injection engines offer the potential of diesel-like efficiencies, but require further research.

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Due to the high temperatures, self-ignition in MILD combustion conditions is assured and so high-velocity jets can be used (Cavaliere & De Joannon, ). The use of high velocity jets is advantageous to ensure adequate mixing of the fuel, air and recirculated exhaust gases is achieved to simultaneously heat and dilute the reactants (Plessing Cited by: 5.

In some cases, such as diesel or homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engines, ignition is produced by the compressive heating of the reactants, whereas in other systems such as a gasoline engine, a spark or other ignition system is employed. These proceedings collect the papers presented at the 30th International Symposium on Shock Waves (ISSW30), which was held in Tel-Aviv Israel from July 19 to J The Symposium was organized by Ortra Ltd.

The ISSW30 focused on the state of knowledge of the following areas: Nozzle Flow. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Full text of "An investigation of the mechanism of the oxidation, decomposition, ignition and detonation of fuel vapors and gases" See other formats.

This thesis focuses on the study of natural gas combustion under engine relevant conditions. The work begins with the development of a detailed chemical kinetic mechanism that represents the ignition characteristics of methane with various minor additives over a wider range of operating conditions than previously existing mechanisms.

The mechanism includes a NOx Cited by: 9. Fig. 3 Chart for Determining Centerline Velocities of Axial and Radial Jets Fig. 4 Cross-Sectional Velocity Profiles for Straight-Flow Turbulent Jets Isothermal Radial Flow Jets.

Either combustible gases such as methane or natural gas, or inert gases such as nitrogen or CO, are frequently used as for purging flare systems (Ref. 62). Inert gas generators are commercially available which use the combustion products of natural gas (CC»2. ^2) as the purge gas.

Different kinds of explosions are driven by the internal energy accumulated in compressed gas or superheated liquid. A well-known example of such an explosion is the burst of a vessel with pressure-liquefied substance, known as Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion (BLEVE).

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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Such a swirl burner can be used to provide a source of hot combustion gases without danger of flame quenching provided that the air/fuel ratio stays within combustible limits (Section ).

Mixing is nearly complete so one must be extremely careful that too much excess air (or fume) is not put through the burner and that oxygen content. CHAPTER 4. FLAME PHENOMENA IN PREMIXED COMBUSTIBLE GASES A. Introduction B. Laminar flame structure C. The laminar flame speed 1. The theory of Mallard and Le Chatelier 2.

The theory of Zeldovich, Frank-Kamenetskii, and Semenov 3. Comprehensive theory and laminar flame structure analysis 4. The laminar flame and the energy equation 5. Ignition of Explosive Gas Mixtures by Small Hot Particles, in Proceedings of the European Combustion Meeting –June, Lund, Sweden, p.

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Both spark ignition and compression ignition engines are covered, asare those operating onfour.Search book title Enter keywords for book title search. Search book content Enter keywords for book content search. Clear all filters Advanced Search Basic Search.~ 10, Auto-ignition temperature in air [K] – () Hot air jet ignition temperature [K] Gross heat of combustion or HHV [kJ/mol] @ 15 °C Net heat of combustion or LHV [kJ/mol] @ 15 °C Flame temperature [K] Burning rate of LH2 pool [mm/s] – Laminar burning velocity in air [m/s] - Flame.

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