LAMINAR BURNING VELOCITY AND MARKSTEIN LENGTH CHARACTERISATION OF STEELWORKS GAS BLENDS

@inproceedings{Pugh2013LAMINARBV,
  title={LAMINAR BURNING VELOCITY AND MARKSTEIN LENGTH CHARACTERISATION OF STEELWORKS GAS BLENDS},
  author={Darrell Pugh and Andrew Philip Crayford and Philip John Bowen and Tim O’Doherty and Richard Riley. Marsh and Joseph Steer},
  year={2013}
}
An outwardly propagating spherical flame configuration has been used to characterise the combustion of different blended steelworks gas compositions, under atmospheric ambient conditions. A nonlinear extrapolative technique was used to obtain values of laminar burning velocity and Markstein length for combustion with air and change in equivalence ratio. Peak burning velocity was shown to reach almost 1 m·s -1 for the combustion of coke oven gas under marginally rich conditions, and the… CONTINUE READING

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