Kinetic Modeling of NOx Formation and Consumption during Methanol and Ethanol Oxidation

@article{Shrestha2019KineticMO,
  title={Kinetic Modeling of NOx Formation and Consumption during Methanol and Ethanol Oxidation},
  author={Krishna Prasad Shrestha and Lars Seidel and Thomas Zeuch and Fabian Mauss},
  journal={Combustion Science and Technology},
  year={2019},
  volume={191},
  pages={1627 - 1659}
}
ABSTRACT This work presents a newly developed model for the oxidation of methanol and ethanol and their fuel interaction with NOx (NO and NO2) chemistry in jet-stirred and flow reactors, freely propagating and burner-stabilized premixed flames, as well as shock tubes. This work takes into account a very recent study on NO formation in pure methanol and ethanol burner-stabilized flames (Combust. Flame, 194, 363–375, 2018), augmented with so far unpublished experimental data. The paper mainly… 

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