Aerothermochemistry of Diffusion Flames
Part of the NATO Conference Series book series (NATOCS, volume 7)
Soot formation in combustion zones concerns many scientific and technical fields, e.g.:
increase, in some applications, of the flame radiation due to soot formation,
utilization of soot in some fabrications (“carbon black”).
KeywordsEquivalence Ratio Combustion Zone Diffusion Flame Lewis Number Premix Flame
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