Measurement of H2O2 Broadening Parameters near 7.8 μm with a Shock Tube
Hydrogen peroxide is an important intermediate species in the combustion of hydrogen and hydrocarbon-based fuels at low temperatures (850-1200K) and elevated pressures. Part of the reason for the importance of H2O2 is that the molecule produces a considerable amount of hydroxyl radicals prior to the ignition event, so it is important to have a good understanding of the kinetic reactions involving this species. In the past, a few groups–including the authors of this work–have investigated hydrogen peroxide at these elevated temperatures by using shock tubes -. The shock tube is an ideal experiment for investigating combustion chemistry at elevated pressures and temperatures of interest to this study. Measurements have also been made at temperatures below 900 K within static cells -. It is important to know how this species behaves experimentally in a combustion environment to develop and validate chemical kinetics models.
KeywordsShock Tube Incident Shock Wave Wave Arrival Time Aerospace Corporation Ignition Event
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