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adiabatic flame temperature

[¦ad·ē·ə¦bad·ik ¦flām ′tem·prə·chər]
(physical chemistry)
The highest possible temperature of combustion obtained under the conditions that the burning occurs in an adiabatic vessel, that it is complete, and that dissociation does not occur.
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f] are the absolute upstream air temperature and adiabatic flame temperature, respectively.
The study shows the influence of the oxygen dilution rate on the adiabatic flame temperature (AFT) as well as on the stoichiometric ratio (Fig.
In this situation, an important decrease of 43% is noticed on the adiabatic flame temperature (AFT) when oxygen dilution ranges from 21% which refers to fresh-air injection to 9%.
Flame temperature is calculated as equilibrium adiabatic flame temperature (Olikara, Borman 1975).
Empirical equations for adiabatic flame temperatures for some fuel-air combustion systems, Combustion Science and Technology 44(1-2): 75-88.
He then deals with the energetics of chemical compounds used as propellants and explosives, such as heat of formation, heat of explosion, adiabatic flame temperature, and specific impulse.
2] lowers the total heat release and the adiabatic flame temperature is below the values predicted by the 1-step global mechanism and the smallest flame is predicted by the global reaction, whereas the largest flame is predicted by the 4-step mechanism.
2] content, adiabatic flame temperature and flame velocity decrease (Fig.
The calculation is for a one-dimensional, planar, stretch-free, adiabatic flame with pure R-152 and air.
1986), theoretical results (Matalon and Mtkowsky 1982; Clavin and Williams 1982; Chung and Law 1988) have shown that, for small stretch, deviation of the flame temperature from the adiabatic flame temperature is given by
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