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On the problem of control of relaxation oscillations of a “singing” flame

  • V. V. Gotsulenko
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Abstract

Possible solutions of the problem of control of constant-amplitude relaxation oscillations of a “singing” flame are considered using mathematical modeling. Methods for reducing the amplitude of such oscillations are proposed.

Keywords

Blast Furnace Heat Supply Relaxation Oscillation Head Loss Oscillatory Circuit 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. V. Gotsulenko
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  1. 1.Zheltye Vody Business Institute “Strategiya”Zheltye VodyUkraine

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