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Hochgreb, S. (2014) On Mixing and Shaking: Structure and Dynamics of Turbulent Stratified Flames. University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Influence of Combustion Initial Conditions on Emissions Production Rates and Released Heat for Methane Fuel Mixtures

    AUTHORS: Ali S. Al-Shahrani

    KEYWORDS: Hydrocarbon Fuel, Flames, Emissions, Combustion, Carbon Oxides, Nitric Acid

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol.5 No.2, May 27, 2017

    ABSTRACT: An estimation of combustion products (pollutants) which include CO, CO2 and NO mole fraction are reported in this paper for premixed methane/air flames. Different mixtures were used in this study, including lean, stoichiometric and rich subjected to varying degrees of pressures and temperatures ranging from 5 - 40 bars and 350 - 600 K, respectively. In this work, computer software was used to calculate the produced emissions species as well as the final (adiabatic) temperatures for each mixture. Results show that rich mixture of methane fuel produces the highest rate for carbon monoxide (CO) with slight increase as pressure and temperature increase. Where the stoichiometric mixture produces the highest rate of carbon dioxide (CO2). Results showed that this type of emission decreases with the increase of pressure and temperature. On the other hand, nitric acid (NO) was found to be the highest for the lean mixture with sharp increase as pressure and temperature increase. Finally, the combustion heat (Q) for each mixture where plotted against pressure and it was found that the rich mixture of methane produced the highest rates. Results also showed that combustion heat increases sharply with increased pressures and temperatures.