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Structure of Turbulent Diffusion Flames

  • K. Ohtake

Abstract

Diffusion flame is the most popular flame formed in the industrial furnaces because of its safety. In this case the fuel and oxidizer are separately supplied into the combustion region and the back fire or the flash back could not occur like a premixed flame. On the contrary to this advantage the diffusion flame has some limitations for higher combustion intensity.

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Diffusion Flame Premix Flame Turbulent Flame Laser Diagnostics Fuel Nozzle 
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