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The influence of secondary atmospheric moistureupon carbon monoxide flames

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Elsevier Inc.
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4
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DOI: 10.1016/s0010-2180(60)80041-7

Abstract

Abstract Premixed CP grade carbon monoxide-dry air flames are highly sensitive to secondary atmosphericmoisture, which diffuses into the reaction zone. This increases the burning velocity but does not change greatly the shape of its dependence upon composition. The curve appears to possess a maximum much nearer stoichiometric composition than is the case for commercial carbon monoxide. Shielding from atmospheric moisture produces new evidence that the burning velocity of pure carbon monoxide-air flames is approximately zero.

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