Joint Imaging of Rayleigh and LIF-OH at the Base of Lifted Flames Issuing in Vitiated

@inproceedings{Coflow2005JointIO,
  title={Joint Imaging of Rayleigh and LIF-OH at the Base of Lifted Flames Issuing in Vitiated},
  author={Coflow and Robert L. Gordon and Micheal J Dunn and A. R. Masri and R. W. Bilger},
  year={2005}
}
The stabilisation of a lifted flame issuing in a vitiated co-flow has been studied both experimentally and numerically with the objective of resolving whether the dominant mechanism is due to auto-ignition or to premixed flame propagation. A key parameter used in both studies is the lift-off height, LH defined at the first location of occurrence of heat release downstream of jet exit plane. Experimentally, LH is either observed visually or obtained from direct photographs of the flame… CONTINUE READING
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