Heat transfer of oxy-fuel flames to glass : the role of chemistry and radiation

@inproceedings{Cremers2006HeatTO,
  title={Heat transfer of oxy-fuel flames to glass : the role of chemistry and radiation},
  author={Mfg Marcel Cremers},
  year={2006}
}
Increasing the heat transfer from premixed laminar oxy-fuel flames to glass or quartz products is of major importance in the lighting industry. In this paper a laminar hydrogen-oxygen flame is used as an impinging jet in a stagnation-flow like configuration to investigate the heating of a glass product. The research is intended to analyse the crucial phenomena determining the heat transfer rate. The time scales of the processes taking place in the flame, the stagnation boundary layer and the… CONTINUE READING

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