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Deriving cool flame propagation speeds by means of an ozone-seeded, stagnation plate burner configuration

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This study aims to investigate the feasibility of experimental determination of DME/O2/O3 cool flame propagation speeds using Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) in a stagnation plate burner operated at atmospheric pressure. A specific PIV data analysis procedure was developed in order to improve the accuracy of the measurements in this particular configuration. Five flame conditions, with equivalence ratio varying from 0.3 to 0.5 and ozone mole fraction varying from 1.5 to 2% were investigated to compare experimental results with kinetic modeling. Three ozone-submechanisms, respectively from Jian et al. (Jian et al., 2022), Halter et al. (Halter et al., 2011) and Zhao et al. (Zhao et al., 2016), were coupled with our previously developed DME mechanism (Panaget et al., 2021) and used to compare experimental and simulated axial velocity profiles. Results show that a thoughtful choice of the ozone-submechanism is of particular importance in predicting an accurate cool flame velocity in these conditions. A numerically assisted non-linear extrapolation method is proposed for the determination of the unstrained cool flame speed Su,0. Additionally, simulations for which the plate temperature reaches the maximal flame temperature (adiabatic conditions) were performed, demonstrating a negligible effect of the plate temperature on the determined Su,0. A kinetic analysis is also presented to highlight the most sensitive chemical reactions influencing the reference cool flame speed Su,ref, showing the preponderant role of the fuel low temperature chemistry.
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hal-04376944 , version 1 (09-01-2024)

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Thomas Panaget, Pierre Bragança, Bertrand Lecordier, Amaury Lahccen, Christophe Cuvier, et al.. Deriving cool flame propagation speeds by means of an ozone-seeded, stagnation plate burner configuration. Fuel, 2024, 362, pp.130766. ⟨10.1016/j.fuel.2023.130766⟩. ⟨hal-04376944⟩
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