experimentally studied the ignition and extinction of nonpremixed cool flame
at elevated pressures in the counterflow and demonstrated the hysteretic nature of ignition and extinction of cool flames
by flame images.
They've been "Keepers of the Flame'' since 1971 -- the cool flame
of the uplifting and soulful music of traditional New Orleans jazz.
However, there are specific applications, where the low- and intermediate-temperature oxidative regions become important, for example, homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) internal combustion engines (ICE) [4-6], lean premixed prevaporized (LPP) combustors in gas turbines [7, 8], and liquid fuel reformers for fuel cell applications [9-11] or industrial safety [12, 13]; in these cases, cool flame
reactions largely determine the overall reactivity and have to be taken into account.
Seyla's seasoned solo dance to "The September of My Years," so revealing in its spareness, not only melts the audience but also Farmer's cool flame
. Roberts and Plantadit are stunning in the "That's Life" adagio, making its push-comes-to-shove dynamic a dazzling duel of the sexes.
Basic venting principle is to cool flame
gases within a special stainless steel mesh filter leading to a reduction of expanding gas volume as it extinguishes the flame.
In cool flames
one must also consider reactions involving [HO.sub.2] such as:
The lean fuel mixtures, studied in a cylinder roughly 30 centimeters in diameter, generated unusually cool flames
with about one-hundredth the power of a common match flame, says project scientist Karen J.