Flamelet structures in spray ignition


In typical liquid-fueled burners the fuel is injected as a high-velocity liquid jet that breaks up to form the spray. The initial heating and vaporization of the liquid fuel rely on the relatively large temperatures of the surrounding gas, which may include hot combustion products and preheated air. The heat exchange between the liquid and the gas phases is… (More)


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