gas ignition

gas ignition

[¦gas ig′nish·ən]
(mining engineering)
The setting on fire of an accumulation of firedamp in a coal mine.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The ignition delay of NG and reformed fuels in Table 2 was computed in Cantera by simulating the reaction of a stoichiometric fuel/air mixture in an adiabatic constant volume reactor at a given initial pressure (100 bar) and range of temperatures (650-710 [degrees]C) relevant for end gas ignition. The calculations used the reaction mechanism AramcoMech 1.3, which is experimentally validated for ignition delay at such temperatures and pressures [19].
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