Flame Quenching

Published: 11 July 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/5987wkg4jd.2
Contributor:
Hasanain Adnan Abdul Wahhab

Description

The experimental tests data were collected on the counter burner. The fuel (Methane, Propane, and LPG) and air flow rates were measured at the inlet of the test section before mixing chamber. Images for a flame disc and the double disc with high contrast were recorded at changing the nozzle diameters for the burners and fuel type for wide ranges of equivalence ratios within range of 0.46 < φ < 1.57. Image processing algorithm was developed to extract information from the recorded images

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1- The fuel (Methane, Propane, and LPG) and air flow rates were measured at the inlet of the test section before mixing chamber. 2- Tests were performed during upward flame propagation, the top and bottom end of the burner remained open. 3- Images for a flame disc and the double disc with high contrast were recorded at changing the nozzle diameters for the burners and fuel type for wide ranges of equivalence ratios within range of 0.46 < φ < 1.57. 4- Image processing algorithm was developed to extract information from the recorded images.