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2015-09-01

Measurement on Turbulent Premixed Flame Structure of CH 4 /H 2 /Air Mixtures with CO 2 Dilution 2015-01-1960

Measurement on turbulent premixed CH4/H2/air flames was studied experimentally. Hydrogen blending ratio is defined as the ratio of hydrogen to fuel, while CO2 dilution ratio is defined as the mole fraction of CO2 to those of mixture. Hydrogen blending ratios up to 0.2 and CO2 dilution ratios up to 0.1 were studied. OH profile of the instantaneous flame front was detected using the OH-PLIF visualizations on a turbulent Bunsen burner. 500 OH-PLIF images were used to obtain the turbulent burning velocity and calculate flame surface density, and 280 images was used to calculate the local curvature radius.

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