Thermally Stabilized Combustion as a Means of Studying the Devolatilization of Coal


a Decaying Swirling Flow within a Cylinder. Thermally stabilized combustion of premixed ethane and air in a ceramic tube results in a virtual step function in temperature, composition, and velocity at the flame front. If the mixture is fuel-rich, the burned gas consists almost wholly of CO, COz, HzO, and N2. For a tube greater than 30 mm in diameter, the… (More)


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