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Turbulent methaneair combustion in porous burner is numerically investigated. Several computed field variables considered include temperature, stream function, and species mass fractions. The onestep reaction considered consists of 4 species. The analysis was done through a comparison with the gasphase combustion. Porous combustion is found to level down the peak temperature while giving more uniform distribution throughout the domain. The porous combustion as in a burner is proved wider flame stability limits and can hold an extended range of firing capabilities due to an energy recirculation.
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