Effects of a JP-8 surrogate and its components on soot in laminar, N2-diluted ethylene co-flow diffusion flames from 1 to 5 atm

@inproceedings{Mouis2015EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of a JP-8 surrogate and its components on soot in laminar, N2-diluted ethylene co-flow diffusion flames from 1 to 5 atm},
  author={Anne Geraldine Mouis and Thomas A. Litzinger and Yefu Wang and Venkatesh Ramasubramanian Iyer and Suresh Iyer and Milton J. Linevsky and Robert J. Santoro and Viswanath Reddy Katta},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Experimental results are presented for changes in soot volume fraction resulting from the addition of a JP-8 surrogate and each of its components to a N 2 -diluted, C 2 H 4 co-flow diffusion flame. The surrogate, which consists of 77% n-dodecane and 23% m-xylene by volume, was designed to match the threshold soot index of a nominal JP-8 fuel. Total carbon flow rate was constant for all experiments; pre-vaporized liquid fuel was added at two different levels: 2.5% and 5% of the total… CONTINUE READING

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