Simultaneous 10-kHz OH-PLIF and 20-kHz two-component PIV were made in conjunction with wide-field 20-kHz flame luminescence imaging of an unconfined, swirling, lean premixed, bluff-body stabilized flame during flashback. Flashback was induced by increasing the stoichiometry or swirl number or reducing the Reynolds number. A detailed stability regime was prepared and compared to predictions. Analysis of the time-correlated flame history inside the exit nozzle during flashback and non-flashback flame events led to a new hypothesis for the flashback mechanism.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: May 9, 2010
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