Fundamental understanding of turbulent flame propagation in droplet-laden reactant mixture based on experimental and numerical investigations

Lead Research Organisation: University of Cambridge


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Kariuki J (2016) Heat Release Imaging in Turbulent Premixed Ethylene-Air Flames Near Blow-off in Flow, Turbulence and Combustion

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Mastorakos E (2017) Forced ignition of turbulent spray flames in Proceedings of the Combustion Institute

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Yuan R (2015) Reaction zone visualisation in swirling spray n-heptane flames in Proceedings of the Combustion Institute

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Yuan R (2018) Measurements in swirling spray flames at blow-off in International Journal of Spray and Combustion Dynamics

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Yuan R. (2014) Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy measurements in spray flames in 17th International Symposium on Applications of Laser Techniques to Fluid Mechanics

Description The structure of spray flames is of interest for engines and safety (e.g. explosions). The data collected in this research can help develop models for these processes that can make more efficient engines and assess explosion hazards.
Exploitation Route Data can be used by engineers working in safety and engines.
Sectors Aerospace, Defence and Marine,Energy,Transport