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Premixed flame

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Premixed flame

  1. 1. PREMIXED FLAMES By Abhishek T Mendhe M.Tech (Heat Power) Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management ,Nagpur
  2. 2. What do you mean by flame? A flame is a self-sustaining propagation of a localized combustion zone at a subsonic velocities. Classification of Flames:- 1.Premixed flames: A)laminar premixed flame B)Turbulent premixed flame example: Bunsen burner, LPG domestic burner, SI Engine 2.Non Premixed flames or diffusion flames example: candle flame INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. LAMINAR PREMIXED FLAMES A Bunsen burner is a very good example of laminar premixed flame. FIG:BUNSEN BURNER WORKING: A jet of fuel at the base induces a flow of air through the variable area port. Air and fuel are mix as they flow up through the tube. Typically Bunsen burner consist of duel flame, 1) Inner premixed flame 2) Outer diffusion flame
  4. 4. LAMINAR FLAME SPEED It is defined as the apparent average velocity that the unburned mixture will acquire ,if it were to pass through the conical flame surface . It is important for flame to remains Stationary and flame shape. From diag. laminar flame speed given by,
  5. 5. STRUCTURE OF 1-D PREMIXED FLAME
  6. 6. FLAME ZONES 1.Preheat zone: Negligibly small heat release Certain chemical reactions take place in this zone. 2.Reaction zone: most of the chemical energy is released in the form of heat. Decomposition of fuel takes place, leading to intermediate radical formation. Reaction zone is very thin as compared to the preheat zone. Temperature gradient and concentration gradient are high. 3.Recombination zone: CO2 and H2O are formed; No heat release in this zone
  7. 7. REFERANCES 1.Analytic Combustion by Professor Anil W. Date. 2.NPTEL lectures by Professor D.P. Mishra. 3.An Introduction to Combustion by Stephen R. Turns.
  8. 8. THANK YOU

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