Photographic observations of homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion with pulsed flame jets

E. Murase, K. Hanada, M. Hidaka

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Abstract

Combustion characteristics of the stratified mixture were studied using a constant volume bomb and the numerical simulations of counterflow premixed flame. The stratified mixture was formed in the constant volume bomb by the injection of gaseous propane into the lean propane-air mixture charge, whose equivalence ratio was less than the lower flammability limit of the premixed mixture. The flame generated in the fuel jet propagated into the lean mixture charge even though the charge was too lean to ignite by the electric spark. The amount of burned fuel increased as the stoichiometry of the mixture charge was increased. Nitrogen, burned gas, and propane-air mixtures were opposed to the lean mixture varying their temperature and composition. Reaction rate of the fuel in the lean mixture depended on both opposing gas composition and temperature. It was large when the equivalence ratio of the lean mixture was ≥ 0.4. Original is an abstract.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2002
Event29th International Symposium on Combustion - Sapporo, Japan
Duration: Jul 21 2002Jul 26 2002

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Other29th International Symposium on Combustion
CountryJapan
CitySapporo
Period7/21/027/26/02

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Ignition
Propane
Jet fuel
Flammability
Air
Chemical analysis
Electric sparks
Gases
Stoichiometry
Reaction rates
Nitrogen
Temperature
Computer simulation

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  • Engineering(all)

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Murase, E., Hanada, K., & Hidaka, M. (2002). Photographic observations of homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion with pulsed flame jets. Paper presented at 29th International Symposium on Combustion, Sapporo, Japan.

Photographic observations of homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion with pulsed flame jets. / Murase, E.; Hanada, K.; Hidaka, M.

2002. Paper presented at 29th International Symposium on Combustion, Sapporo, Japan.

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Murase, E, Hanada, K & Hidaka, M 2002, 'Photographic observations of homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion with pulsed flame jets', Paper presented at 29th International Symposium on Combustion, Sapporo, Japan, 7/21/02 - 7/26/02.
Murase E, Hanada K, Hidaka M. Photographic observations of homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion with pulsed flame jets. 2002. Paper presented at 29th International Symposium on Combustion, Sapporo, Japan.
Murase, E. ; Hanada, K. ; Hidaka, M. / Photographic observations of homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion with pulsed flame jets. Paper presented at 29th International Symposium on Combustion, Sapporo, Japan.1 p.
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