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Spectroscopic studies of premixed laminar flames

Penner, S. S. (1954) Spectroscopic studies of premixed laminar flames. In: Selected Combustion Problems: Fundamentals and Aeronautical Application. Butterworths Scientific , London, pp. 144-166.

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A critical review is presented of the results obtained by spectroscopic observations on flames. The objective of the survey is to examine the status, promise, and deficiencies of combustion spectroscopy in its relation to (a) elucidation of the mechanism of combustion and (b) the solution of technical combustion problems. Since important spectroscopic studies have been carried out on low-pressure flames, a discussion of the probable effects of pressure on laminar flame propagation is also included.

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Additional Information:Copyright 1954 Butterworths Scientific.
Group:Guggenheim Jet Propulsion Center
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