In this study, experiments were performed on a two-section porous burner operated on propane and air. The burner consisted of an upstream section of reticulated yttria stabilized zirconia with 23.6 pores per centimeter (ppc) followed by a downstream section of 3.9 ppc, composed of the same material. The velocity and turbulence intensity of the exit flow for reacting and non-reacting conditions were measured. The velocity profiles for both reacting and non-reacting flow were very non-uniform. The turbulence intensity for the reacting flow increased with distance due to turbulence created by the non-uniformities. Blow-off occurred first on one side of the burner, but otherwise the flame in this burner was stable.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 13, 2005
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