burning index

burning index

[′bər·niŋ ¦in‚deks]
(engineering)
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In return, the complex ignition and burning index A (tab.2), the global ignition, lighting and radiation index G (tab.2), with an important influence on the burning time of the volatile matters, [[tau].sub.v], and the flame radiated energy at volatile burning matters, [E.sub.v] heavily drop with the increase of [A.sub.0] percent in the fuel.The burning and burning speed constants register favorable evolutions at naval fuel's water mixing.