Some studies on hydrogen-oxygen diffusion flame

Marathe, A. G. ; Mukunda, H. S. (1977) Some studies on hydrogen-oxygen diffusion flame Combustion Science and Technology, 15 (1-2). pp. 49-64. ISSN 0010-2202

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The opposed-jet diffusion flame has been considered with four step reaction kinetics for hydrogenoxygen system. The studies have revealed that the flame broadening reduces and maximum temperature increases as pressure increases. The relative importance of different reaction steps have been brought out in different regions (unstable, near extinction and equilibrium). The present studies have also led to the deduction of the oveall reaction rate constants of an equivalent single step reaction using matching of a certain overall set of parameters for four step reaction scheme and equivalent single step reaction.

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