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Propagation of Darrieus-Landau unstable laminar and turbulent expanding flames EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 38 (2) , 2013-2021 | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE
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The propagation of laminar and turbulent expanding flames subjected to Darrieus-Landau (DL), hydro-dynamic instability was experimentally studied by employing stoichiometric H-2/O-2/N-2 flames under quiescent and turbulent conditions performed in a newly developed medium-scale, fan-stirred combustion chamber. In quiescent environment, DL unstable laminar flame exhibits three-stage propagation, i.e. smooth expansion, transition acceleration, and self-similar acceleration. The self-similar acceleration is characterized by a power-law growth of acceleration exponent, alpha, with normalized Peclet number, which is different from the usually suggested self-similar propagation with a constant alpha. The imposed turbulence advances the onset of both transition acceleration and self-similar acceleration stages and promotes the strength of flame acceleration as additional wrinkles are invoked by turbulence eddies. A DL-turbulent interaction regime is confirmed to be the classical corrugated flamelets regime. Furthermore, the DL instability significantly facilitates the propagation of expanding flames in medium and even intense turbulence. The development of DL cells is not suppressed by turbulence eddies, and it needs to be considered in turbulent combustion. (C) 2020 The Combustion Institute. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Darrieus-Landau instability Laminar and turbulent flames Flame propagation Acceleration exponent

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GB/T 7714 Cai, Xiao , Wang, Jinhua , Bian, Zhijian et al. Propagation of Darrieus-Landau unstable laminar and turbulent expanding flames [J]. | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE , 2021 , 38 (2) : 2013-2021 .
MLA Cai, Xiao et al. "Propagation of Darrieus-Landau unstable laminar and turbulent expanding flames" . | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE 38 . 2 (2021) : 2013-2021 .
APA Cai, Xiao , Wang, Jinhua , Bian, Zhijian , Zhao, Haoran , Li, Zhongshan , Huang, Zuohua . Propagation of Darrieus-Landau unstable laminar and turbulent expanding flames . | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE , 2021 , 38 (2) , 2013-2021 .
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The regulation effect of methane and hydrogen on the emission characteristics of ammonia/air combustion in a model combustor EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 46 (40) , 21013-21025 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY
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Ammonia, made up of 17.8% hydrogen, has attracted a lot of attention in combustion community due to its zero carbon emission as a fuel in gas turbines. However, ammonia combustion still faces some challenges including the weak combustion and sharp NOx emissions which discourage its application. It was demonstrated that the combustion intensity of ammonia/air flame can be enhanced through adding active fuels like methane and hydrogen, while the NOx emission issue will emerge in the meantime. This study investigates regulation effect of methane and hydrogen on the emission characteristics of ammonia/air flame in a gas turbine combustor. The instantaneous OH profile and global emissions at the combustion chamber outlet are measured with Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence (PLIF) technique and the Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR), respectively. The flames are also simulated by large eddy simulation to further reveal physical and chemical processes of the emissions formation. Results show that for NH3/air flames, the emissions behavior of the gas turbine combustor is similar to the calculated one-dimensional flames. Moreover, the NOx emissions and the unburned NH3 can be simultaneously controlled to a proper value at the equivalence ratio (phi) of approximate 1.1. The variation of NO and NO2 with phi for NH3/H-2/air flames and NH3/CH4/air flames at blending ratio (Z(f)) of 0.1 are similar to the NH3/air flames, with the peak moving towards rich condition. This indicates that the NH3/air flame can be regulated through adding a small amount of active fuels without increasing the NOx emission level. However, when Z(f) = 0.3, we observe a clear large NOx emission and CO for NH3/CH4/air flames, indicating H-2 is a better choice on the emission control. The LES results show that NO and OH radicals exhibit a general positive correlation. And the temperature plays a secondary role in promoting NOx formation comparing with CH4/air flame. (C) 2021 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Methane NOx Swirl flame Ammonia Hydrogen Emission characteristics

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Meng , An, Zhenhua , Wang, Liang et al. The regulation effect of methane and hydrogen on the emission characteristics of ammonia/air combustion in a model combustor [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY , 2021 , 46 (40) : 21013-21025 .
MLA Zhang, Meng et al. "The regulation effect of methane and hydrogen on the emission characteristics of ammonia/air combustion in a model combustor" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY 46 . 40 (2021) : 21013-21025 .
APA Zhang, Meng , An, Zhenhua , Wang, Liang , Wei, Xutao , Jianayihan, Bieerlan , Wang, Jinhua et al. The regulation effect of methane and hydrogen on the emission characteristics of ammonia/air combustion in a model combustor . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY , 2021 , 46 (40) , 21013-21025 .
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A state-of-the-art review of lab-scale inverse diffusion burners & flames: From laminar to turbulent EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 222 | FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY
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Based on the previous work, this paper presents a thorough review of the laboratory studies of IDF (inverse diffusion flame), introducing its history, its current development and foreseeing the problems to be solved in future. The review is focused on the flow and combustion behaviors during the transition of IDF from laminar to turbulent, which are well documented in the studies of IDF impingement heat transfer, and thus is aimed to provide guidance for expediting future studies of soot formation in turbulent IDF. As a flame, IDF is influenced by the parameters of burner, fuel/oxidizer flows and chemical reactions, which can be overally classified into three types, i.e. geometrical, fluidynamic and combustion parameters. Based on these parameters, this review copes with a number of issues like IDF burner design, features of burner geometry, analysis of flow dynamics, flame structure and characters of thermal field. Firstly, the review focuses the burner geometric features, and presents a full picture of the burner design evolution in the past decades. Then, an attempt will be made to encompass the mixing mechanism between fuel and oxidizer, at either molecular or macroscopic levels. Next, an introduction is made to various flame patterns produced and their thermal and combustion characteristics. After this, the fluid mechanics and particular fluidynamic features of IDF will be fully recognized. Finally, the combustion and usages of various IDFs will be visited, gaining information of both local and global fluidynamic and thermal behaviors of IDF. Through this review work, it is intended to address the investigation need for future challenges in laboratory IDF studies as well as to put IDF into better practical applications.

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Burner Flame Inverse Diffusion Flame Turbulent Combustion Young Soot

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GB/T 7714 Zhen, H. S. , Wei, Z. L. , Liu, X. Y. et al. A state-of-the-art review of lab-scale inverse diffusion burners & flames: From laminar to turbulent [J]. | FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY , 2021 , 222 .
MLA Zhen, H. S. et al. "A state-of-the-art review of lab-scale inverse diffusion burners & flames: From laminar to turbulent" . | FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY 222 (2021) .
APA Zhen, H. S. , Wei, Z. L. , Liu, X. Y. , Liu, Z. H. , Wang, X. C. , Huang, Z. H. et al. A state-of-the-art review of lab-scale inverse diffusion burners & flames: From laminar to turbulent . | FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY , 2021 , 222 .
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The blow-off and transient characteristics of co-firing ammonia/methane fuels in a swirl combustor EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 38 (4) , 5181-5190 | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE
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Recent studies have demonstrated that ammonia could be one of the most promising hydrogen carrier candidates which can be used in large-scale power plants. However, it is challenging to burn ammonia in gas turbines due to its narrow flame stabilization limits. This study investigates the blow-off characteristics and flame macrostructure transition behavior of ammonia/air flame (i.e. NH 3 flame) and ammonia/methane/air flame (i.e. 50%NH 3 flame) in a swirl combustor. Methane/air flame (i.e. CH 4 flame) is also demonstrated for comparative purposes. The flow field and instantaneous OH profile are measured with PIV and OH-PLIF technique, respectively. Large eddy simulation (LES) is conducted to extend understandings of the experimental findings. The results show that the NH 3 flame possesses a poor lean flame stability limit which can be largely extended by adding CH 4 in the fuel. Moreover, changing swirl number ( S ) shows no apparent effect on the lean blow-off limit ( ?b ) for the NH 3 flame. On the contrary, a clear extension on ?b is found for the 50%NH 3 flame when increasing S . Four flame macrostructure modes can be identified when decreasing equivalence ratio ( ?). The transition from flame II to flame III ( ?t describes the transition equivalence ratio) can be considered as the early warning of blow-off for a swirl stabilized flame. It is found that for the NH 3 flame, there is no clear flame macrostructure transition at small inlet velocities ( U < 3.8 m/s), i.e., ?b ? ?t , while the difference between ?b and ?t will be observed as the inlet velocity increases. However, for the 50%NH 3 and CH 4 flames, a clear flame macrostructure transition from flame II to flame III is observed even for a lower inlet velocity. The LES results show that the NH 3 flame has a faster blow-off process compared to the CH 4 flame, which is mainly attributed to the excessive stretch causing local extinction during the blow-off process. ? 2020 The Combustion Institute. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Carbon-free fuel Ammonia Lean blow-off Swirl combustor Hydrogen carrier

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Meng , Wei, Xutao , Wang, Jinhua et al. The blow-off and transient characteristics of co-firing ammonia/methane fuels in a swirl combustor [J]. | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE , 2021 , 38 (4) : 5181-5190 .
MLA Zhang, Meng et al. "The blow-off and transient characteristics of co-firing ammonia/methane fuels in a swirl combustor" . | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE 38 . 4 (2021) : 5181-5190 .
APA Zhang, Meng , Wei, Xutao , Wang, Jinhua , Huang, Zuohua , Tan, Houzhang . The blow-off and transient characteristics of co-firing ammonia/methane fuels in a swirl combustor . | PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE , 2021 , 38 (4) , 5181-5190 .
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Experimental Study on Ignition Characteristics of RP-3 Jet Fuel Using Nanosecond Pulsed Plasma Discharge SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 14 (20) | ENERGIES
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A study on forced ignition characteristics of RP-3 jet fuel-air mixture was conducted around a constant volume combustion vessel and a nanosecond pulsed plasma discharge power supply. Experiments were carried out at different initial pressures (p(u) = 0.2, 0.3, 0.5 atm), equivalence ratios (phi = 0.7, 0.8, 1.1), steam concentrations (Z(H)(2O) = 0%, 10%, 15%) and oxygen concentrations (Z(O)(2) = 13.5%, 16%, 21%). The relationship between ignition probability and ignition energy is investigated. The experimental results show that the decrease in pressure, equivalence ratio, oxygen concentration and the increase in steam concentration all lead to an increase in minimum ignition energy (MIE). In order to further analyze the experimental data, one existing fitting equation is reformed with the initial conditions taken into account. Multivariate fitting is carried out for different conditions, and the fitting results of ignition probability are in good agreement with the experiments. The MIE results under different experimental conditions are figured out with the new fitting equation. The impact indexes, which stand for the effects of different factors, are also calculated and compared in present work.

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nanosecond pulsed plasma discharge RP-3 jet fuel ignition probability minimum ignition energy (MIE)

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GB/T 7714 Guo, Xiaoyang , Hu, Erjiang , Li, Xiaotian et al. Experimental Study on Ignition Characteristics of RP-3 Jet Fuel Using Nanosecond Pulsed Plasma Discharge [J]. | ENERGIES , 2021 , 14 (20) .
MLA Guo, Xiaoyang et al. "Experimental Study on Ignition Characteristics of RP-3 Jet Fuel Using Nanosecond Pulsed Plasma Discharge" . | ENERGIES 14 . 20 (2021) .
APA Guo, Xiaoyang , Hu, Erjiang , Li, Xiaotian , Yin, Geyuan , Huang, Zuohua . Experimental Study on Ignition Characteristics of RP-3 Jet Fuel Using Nanosecond Pulsed Plasma Discharge . | ENERGIES , 2021 , 14 (20) .
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Experimental Investigation on the Propagation Process of Combustion Wave in the Annular Channel Filled with Acetylene-Air/Oxygen Mixture SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 | FLOW TURBULENCE AND COMBUSTION
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To understanding the initiating process in the pulse detonation curved-chamber and rotating detonation chamber, this article conducted an experimental study on the flame acceleration and the transition to detonation in the annular channel. With different equivalence ratios of acetylene-air and acetylene-oxygen as explosive mixtures, based on high-speed photography and shadow technology, the propagation characteristics of combustion waves in the annular channel were analyzed by the use of high-speed photography and shadow image technology. The results showed that only low-speed flame was formed in the 360 degrees annular channel filled with the acetylene-air mixture. The flame propagation characteristics were affected by the reflection of compression waves in the pipeline. When the annular channel exit was closed, the interaction between the stronger compression waves and the flame front destroyed the flame structure and formed a "flame kernel" at the boundary layer. When the annular channel exit was open, the interaction between the weak compression waves and the flame front only made the flame front more wrinkled. A deflagration to detonation transition process was observed in the annular channel for the acetylene-oxygen mixture. In contrast, detonation can only be triggered in the longer straight tube under the same condition. The self-ignition of the unreacted band-shaped zone between the outer wall of the channel and the flame front was the key to initiate the detonation in the annular channel.

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Experimental investigation Deflagration to detonation transition Annular channel Mechanism Flame acceleration

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GB/T 7714 Gai, Jingchun , Qiu, Hua , Xiong, Cha et al. Experimental Investigation on the Propagation Process of Combustion Wave in the Annular Channel Filled with Acetylene-Air/Oxygen Mixture [J]. | FLOW TURBULENCE AND COMBUSTION , 2021 .
MLA Gai, Jingchun et al. "Experimental Investigation on the Propagation Process of Combustion Wave in the Annular Channel Filled with Acetylene-Air/Oxygen Mixture" . | FLOW TURBULENCE AND COMBUSTION (2021) .
APA Gai, Jingchun , Qiu, Hua , Xiong, Cha , Huang, Zuohua . Experimental Investigation on the Propagation Process of Combustion Wave in the Annular Channel Filled with Acetylene-Air/Oxygen Mixture . | FLOW TURBULENCE AND COMBUSTION , 2021 .
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Large eddy simulation on flame topologies and the blow-off characteristics of ammonia/air flame in a model gas turbine combustor EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 298 | FUEL
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Ammonia (NH3) is recently identified as one of the suitable energy carriers in hydrogen energy system. However, regarding NH3 as a fuel is still facing several challenges which limit the direct use on modern combustion systems. The main challenge is the difficulty to stabilize NH3/air flames. To reveal and analyze the stabilization mechanism and the characteristics during blow-off processes in a swirl combustor, large eddy simulation with thickened flame model was performed to resolve the three dimensional swirl NH3/air flame. The CH4/air flame was also performed for comparison. The reacting flow fields and the flame structures were measured by PIV and OH-PLIF technique respectively. For NH3/air flame, flame fronts are burning to the higher equivalence ratio region, which leads to a larger trend of extinguishing. The curvature distribution at flame root is mainly dependent on the flame characteristics. Downstream the flows, the curvature distribution is mainly influenced by the flow field characteristics. Though the value of wall heat loss of NH3/air flame is less than that of CH4/air flame, the heat loss still shows greater influence on NH3/air flame stabilization when considering the lower heat release rate of NH3/air flame. The blow-off of CH4/air flame is mainly caused by the decreasing HRR and heat loss, while for NH3/air flame, it is a combined effect of the excessive stretch, the reduction of HRR as well as the greater heat loss effect.

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Thickened flame model Ammonia Blow-off Hydrogen carrier Large eddy simulation

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GB/T 7714 Wei, Xutao , Zhang, Meng , An, Zhenhua et al. Large eddy simulation on flame topologies and the blow-off characteristics of ammonia/air flame in a model gas turbine combustor [J]. | FUEL , 2021 , 298 .
MLA Wei, Xutao et al. "Large eddy simulation on flame topologies and the blow-off characteristics of ammonia/air flame in a model gas turbine combustor" . | FUEL 298 (2021) .
APA Wei, Xutao , Zhang, Meng , An, Zhenhua , Wang, Jinhua , Huang, Zuohua , Tan, Houzhang . Large eddy simulation on flame topologies and the blow-off characteristics of ammonia/air flame in a model gas turbine combustor . | FUEL , 2021 , 298 .
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Experimental and kinetic study on laminar flame speeds of ammonia/syngas/air at a high temperature and elevated pressure SCIE CSCD
期刊论文 | 2021 | FRONTIERS IN ENERGY
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The laminar flame speeds of ammonia mixed with syngas at a high pressure, temperature, and different syngas ratios were measured. The data obtained were fitted at different pressures, temperatures, syngas ratios, and equivalence ratios. Four kinetic models (the Glarborg model, Shrestha model, Mei model, and Han model) were compared and validated with experimental data. Pathway, sensitivity and radical pool analysis are conducted to find out the deep kinetic insight on ammonia oxidation and NO formation. The pathway analysis shows that H abstraction reactions and NHi combination reactions play important roles in ammonia oxidation. NO formation is closely related to H, OH, the O radical produced, and formation reactions. NO is mainly formed from reaction, HNO + H = NO + H-2. Furthermore, both ammonia oxidation and NO formation are sensitive to small radical reactions and ammonia related reactions.

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laminar flame speed pathway analysis sensitivity analysis ammonia mixed with syngas kinetic model

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GB/T 7714 Yin, Geyuan , Wang, Chaojun , Zhou, Meng et al. Experimental and kinetic study on laminar flame speeds of ammonia/syngas/air at a high temperature and elevated pressure [J]. | FRONTIERS IN ENERGY , 2021 .
MLA Yin, Geyuan et al. "Experimental and kinetic study on laminar flame speeds of ammonia/syngas/air at a high temperature and elevated pressure" . | FRONTIERS IN ENERGY (2021) .
APA Yin, Geyuan , Wang, Chaojun , Zhou, Meng , Zhou, Yajie , Hu, Erjiang , Huang, Zuohua . Experimental and kinetic study on laminar flame speeds of ammonia/syngas/air at a high temperature and elevated pressure . | FRONTIERS IN ENERGY , 2021 .
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Research on Pressure Oscillation Characteristics in Constant Volume Bomb EI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 42 (7) , 1869-1878 | Journal of Engineering Thermophysics
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In this paper, the pressure oscillation characteristics of n-heptane and isooctane at different mixing ratios are studied on a constant volume combustion bomb, and the relationship between the sound pressure signal and the brightness of the flame picture during the combustion process and the pressure oscillation characteristics are analyzed. Studies have shown that with the increase of the mixing ratio of n-heptane, the intensity of pressure oscillation gradually increases; under the same mixing ratio, the intensity of pressure oscillation first increases and then decreases with the increase of the equivalent ratio. In the experiment, the change trend of sound pressure and flame brightness is the same as the pressure. Finally, three inert gases of Ar/He/CO2 were used to replace N2 in experiments, which proved that the pressure oscillation in the container was caused by flame self-acceleration. © 2021, Science Press. All right reserved.

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Inert gases Bombs (ordnance) Combustion Luminance Mixing Heptane

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GB/T 7714 Li, Jia-Xing , Ge, Rui-Han , Hu, Er-Jiang et al. Research on Pressure Oscillation Characteristics in Constant Volume Bomb [J]. | Journal of Engineering Thermophysics , 2021 , 42 (7) : 1869-1878 .
MLA Li, Jia-Xing et al. "Research on Pressure Oscillation Characteristics in Constant Volume Bomb" . | Journal of Engineering Thermophysics 42 . 7 (2021) : 1869-1878 .
APA Li, Jia-Xing , Ge, Rui-Han , Hu, Er-Jiang , Huang, Zuo-Hua . Research on Pressure Oscillation Characteristics in Constant Volume Bomb . | Journal of Engineering Thermophysics , 2021 , 42 (7) , 1869-1878 .
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A kinetics and dynamics study on the auto-ignition of dimethyl ether at low temperatures and low pressures EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 38 (1) , 601-609 | Proceedings of the Combustion Institute
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Though the combustion chemistry of dimethyl ether (DME) has been widely investigated over the past decades, there remains a dearth of ignition data that examines the low-temperature, low-pressure chemistry of DME. In this study, DME/'air' mixtures at various equivalence ratios from lean (0.5) to extremely rich (5.0) were ignited behind reflected shock waves at a fixed pressure (3.0 atm) over the temperature range 625-1200 K. The ignition behavior is different from that at high-pressures, with a repeatable ignition delay time fall-off feature observed experimentally in the temperature transition zone from the negative temperature coefficient (NTC) regime to the high-temperature regime. This could not be reproduced using available kinetic mechanisms as conventionally homogeneous ignition simulations. The fall-off behavior shows strong equivalence ratio dependence and disappears completely at an equivalence ratio of 5.0. A local ignition kernel postulate was implemented numerically to quantifiably examine the inhomogeneous premature ignition. At low temperature, no pre-ignition occurs in the mixture. A conspicuous discrepancy was observed between the measurements and constrained UV simulations at temperatures beyond the NTC regime. A third O2 addition reaction sub-set was incorporated into AramcoMech 3.0, together with related species thermochemistry calculated using the G3/G4/CBS-APNO compound method, to explore the low-temperature deviation. The new reaction class does not influence the model predictions in IDTs, but the updated thermochemistry does. Sensitivity analyses indicate that the decomposition of hydroperoxy-methylformate plays a critical role in improving the low-temperature oxidation mechanism of DME but unfortunately, the thermal rate coefficient has never been previously investigated. Further experimental and theoretical endeavors are required to attain holistic quantitative chemical kinetics based on our understanding of the low-temperature chemistry of DME.

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Auto-ignition Dimethyl ether Hot spot Low-temperature chemistry Pre-ignition

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GB/T 7714 Huang, Wenlin , Zhao, Qian , Huang, Zuohua et al. A kinetics and dynamics study on the auto-ignition of dimethyl ether at low temperatures and low pressures [J]. | Proceedings of the Combustion Institute , 2021 , 38 (1) : 601-609 .
MLA Huang, Wenlin et al. "A kinetics and dynamics study on the auto-ignition of dimethyl ether at low temperatures and low pressures" . | Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 38 . 1 (2021) : 601-609 .
APA Huang, Wenlin , Zhao, Qian , Huang, Zuohua , Curran, Henry J. , Zhang, Yingjia . A kinetics and dynamics study on the auto-ignition of dimethyl ether at low temperatures and low pressures . | Proceedings of the Combustion Institute , 2021 , 38 (1) , 601-609 .
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