Responses of combustor surface temperature to flame shape transitions in a turbulent bi-stable swirl flame

@article{Yin2017ResponsesOC,
  title={Responses of combustor surface temperature to flame shape transitions in a turbulent bi-stable swirl flame},
  author={Zhiyao Yin and P. Nau and W. Meier},
  journal={Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={82},
  pages={50-57}
}
Abstract Turbulent swirl flames are known to exhibit intermittent transitions between V- and M-shapes at certain operating conditions. A diagnostic apparatus based on a commercial highspeed laser system is developed in this work to investigate the influence of such transient phenomenon on the surface temperature of an atmospheric-pressure gas turbine model combustor. The transition of flame shapes is monitored by planar OH laser-induced fluorescence (OH PLIF) at 1-kHz repetition rate… Expand
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