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Flashing liquid jets and two-phase droplet dispersion I. Experiments for derivation of droplet atomisation correlations.
The large-scale release of a liquid contained at upstream conditions above its local atmospheric boiling point is a scenario often given consideration in process industry risk analysis.Expand
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Laminar-burning velocities of hydrogen-air and hydrogen-methane-air mixtures : An experimental study
Abstract The laminar burning velocities of hydrogen–air and hydrogen–methane–air mixtures are very important in designing and predicting the progress of combustion and performance of combustionExpand
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Ammonia for power
Abstract A potential enabler of a low carbon economy is the energy vector hydrogen. However, issues associated with hydrogen storage and distribution are currently a barrier for its implementation.Expand
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Flashing liquid jets and two-phase droplet dispersion II. Comparison and validation of droplet size and rainout formulations.
Loss of containment often results in flashing releases of hazardous chemicals into the atmosphere. Rainout of these chemicals reduces airborne concentrations, but can also lead to extended cloudExpand
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Novel cloud chamber design for "transition range" aerosol combustion studies
Combustion of liquid fuel sprays is employed in a diverse range of industrial applications. Aerosol combustion characteristics differ to those exhibited by gaseous combustion primarily due to theExpand
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Sub-cooled and flashing liquid jets and droplet dispersion II. Scaled experiments and derivation of droplet size correlations
This paper describes the results of the first stage of Phase III of a Joint Industry Project (JIP) on liquid jets and two-phase droplet dispersion. This stage included scaled experiments for water,Expand
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Premixed ammonia/hydrogen swirl combustion under rich fuel conditions for gas turbines operation
Abstract Energy storage is one of the highest priority challenges in transitioning to a low-carbon economy. Fluctuating, intermittent primary renewable sources such as wind and solar requireExpand
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Stretch rate effects and flame surface densities in premixed turbulent combustion up to 1.25 MPa
Abstract Independent research at two centres using a burner and an explosion bomb has revealed important aspects of turbulent premixed flame structure. Measurements at pressures and temperatures upExpand
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