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Effect of gas expansion during combustion on the possibility of using flame arresters

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Combustion and Flame
0010-2180
Publisher
Elsevier
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Volume
17
Issue
2
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DOI: 10.1016/s0010-2180(71)80164-5

Abstract

In order to determine unique regularities, the results of a number of investigations of the flame quenching limits in narrow channels are recalculated. It has been established that the data of a number of investigators correspond to the requirements of the thermal theory and the quenching limit value Pe ∼ const = 65. Apparent deviations from this condition are caused by failure to allow for the increase of the pressure due to combustion in semi-closed chambers with flame arresters having insufficiant gas penetration.

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