FLAME PROPAGATION and STABILITY UNIT C Year study Features Enables Students to Investigate the Design Criteria of Simple Gas Burners on a small laboratory scaleSafe, and Suitable For Student OperationProvides Graphic and Interesting Experiments that Hold Student Attention Operates on all Normal Low Speed Gaseous Fuels.
CHAPTER THEORY OF FLAME PROPAGATION G HMARKSTEIN Principal Physicist, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory Inc Buffalo, New York NOTATION (X, ) Sf, t Vp V X SubscHpts u b flame front surface unit normal vector o f pressure burning velocity burned gas equivalent of burning velocity time velocity of surface element of flame front in the normal direction velocity vector of gas flow position
The Computer Controlled Flame Propagation and Stability Unit "TVPLC" is a teaching unit which allows to obtain various flames by changing the quantities of the fuel comburent mixThe unit is prepared to work with different gaseous fuels, so it makes it possible to study the differences between them.
The enthalpy rise across the flame due to combustion is balanced by conduction from the reaction zoneThe flame propagation speed in a pre mixed fuel air mixture can be visualized To avoid flame blow off, vf = vgsin The flame velocity, vf, may be defined as the velocity component of the cold unburned gas normal to the one dimensional flame
flame propagation and stability unit Product number C Two flowmeter in series, ensure that a wide range of typical slow burning gaseous fuels (e.gPropane, Butane, Methane LPG) can be used and measured accurately.
Flame Propagation and Stability Unit F lane Speed Ignition Unit Gas The equioment is designed for 'operation on most conventional Methane (Natural Gas), Town Gasfuels, e.gPropane, L.P.G supply should be at a minimum pressure of m (") water gaugeFlexible plastic tubing from the gas supply should be connected to the
C Flame Propagation and Stability Unit Specifically designed for studying the flame control techniques used in all gas combustion systemsThis bench top unit allows supervised student operation and analysis over a very wide range of air fuel ratios and gaseous fuel typesThe observations and experiments that can be