The Structure of Triple Flames Stabilized on a Slot Burner

@inproceedings{AZZONI1999TheSO,
  title={The Structure of Triple Flames Stabilized on a Slot Burner},
  author={RICCARDO AZZONI and Stefano Ratti and Suresh Kumar Aggarwal and Ishwar K. Puri},
  year={1999}
}
A triple flame is a partially premixed flame that contains two premixed reaction zones (one fuel-lean and the other rich) that form exterior wings and a nonpremixed reaction zone that is established in between these wings. The three reaction zones merge at a “triple point.” Triple flames may play an important role in the stabilization and liftoff of laminar nonpremixed flames. They are also of fundamental importance in the reignition of turbulent mixtures. Despite their importance, many aspects… CONTINUE READING

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