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Apparent emission intensities from a turbulent flame composed of wrinkled laminar flames

Williams, F. and Fuhs, A. E. (1957) Apparent emission intensities from a turbulent flame composed of wrinkled laminar flames. Jet Propulsion, 27 (10). pp. 1099-1101. ISSN 0095-8751.

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There has recently been some discussion on the use of the model of a wrinkled laminar flame for an approximate description of turbulent flame structure. In particular, Summerfield has claimed that some of his observations contradict theoretical predictions based on the use of this model. 4 It is the purpose of the following discussion to clarify 150me of the consequences of the wrinkled laminar flame model.

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Additional Information:© 1957 American Rocket Society. Received June 28, 1957. Supported by the Office of Ordnance Research, U. S. Army, under Contract DA-04-495-Ord-446. The authors are indebted to S. S. Penner for suggesting this investigation and for helpful discussions.
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U.S. Army Office of Ordnance ResearchDA-04-495-Ord-446
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