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Inverse diffusion flame of CH4–O2 in hot syngas coflow

The structure and combustion mode of inverse diffusion flame of CH and O in hot syngas coflow are numerically studied to gain a fundamental understanding of the flame in non-catalytic partial oxidation (NC-POX) reformer. The configuration is modified based on the burner system of Cabra et al. [ . ,... Full description

Journal Title: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 14 December 2015, Vol.40(46), pp.16104-16114
Main Author: Li, Xinyu
Other Authors: Dai, Zhenghua , Xu, Yueting , Li, Chao , Zhou, Zhijie , Wang, Fuchen
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ID: ISSN: 0360-3199 ; E-ISSN: 1879-3487 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.09.073
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  • Li, Xinyu
  • Dai, Zhenghua
  • Xu, Yueting
  • Li, Chao
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  • Wang, Fuchen
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  • Natural Gas Reformer
  • Mild Combustion
  • Jet in Hot Coflow
  • Engineering
ispartof: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 14 December 2015, Vol.40(46), pp.16104-16114
description: The structure and combustion mode of inverse diffusion flame of CH and O in hot syngas coflow are numerically studied to gain a fundamental understanding of the flame in non-catalytic partial oxidation (NC-POX) reformer. The configuration is modified based on the burner system of Cabra et al. [ . , 143 (4), 491–506] to make the flame representative of that in NC-POX reformer. The Eddy Dissipation Concept (EDC) model with the detailed GRI 3.0 mechanism is used to model the turbulence–reaction interactions. Results of the study show that the flame is stabilized by autoignition with a wide reaction zone located far away from the stoichiometric line. Analyses on combustion mode show that the flame is established in Moderate and Intense Low-oxygen Dilution (MILD) mode. The inverse diffusion flame configuration which ensures a fully dilution of oxygen plays a key role in achieving MILD combustion in fuel rich coflow. The Increase of coflow temperature or decrease of jet velocity within the range of this study can lead to an early autoignition, but doesn't change the combustion mode.
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