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Combustion, Explosion and Shock Waves

, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 696–699 | Cite as

Characteristics of the combustion of hydrogen-methane-air mixture in a closed vessel

  • Yu. N. Shebeko
  • S. G. Tsarichenko
  • A. Ya. Korol'chenko
  • A. N. Erofeev
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Abstract

We experimentally determined the combustion characteristics of hydrogen-methane-air mixtures in a closed vessel. For hydrogen-air mixtures at certain pressures, a sign change of the normal burn velocity pressure exponent is characteristic for Su>0.5 m/sec. With the addition of methane to the hydrogen-air mixture, a sign change of the pressure exponent from positive to negative can occur even when there is an absolute increase in the normal burn velocity.

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Combustion Methane Dynamical System Mechanical Engineer Absolute Increase 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. N. Shebeko
  • S. G. Tsarichenko
  • A. Ya. Korol'chenko
  • A. N. Erofeev

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