The Effects of Wall Temperature on Flame Structure During Flame Quenching
Technical paper, 28 Feb-3 Mar 1994
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The effect of wall temperature on single surface flame quenching and flame structure of an atmospheric premixed methane-air flame was studied. The luminous region of a laminar flame was located at an angle of 45 degrees to a temperature-controlled surface. C2 laser-induced fluorescence was used as an indicator of flame position while Raman spectroscopy was used to determine gas temperature profiles near the surface. These measurements were conducted for wall positions vertical distance from the surface ranging from 50 micrometer to 1.0 mm and wall temperatures ranging from 150 deg C to 600 deg C.
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