The effect of heat transfer on acoustics in burner stabilized flat flames

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Schreel, K.R.A.M.; Tillaart, van den, E.L.; Janssen, R.W.M.; Goey, de, L.P.H.; Vovelle, C.; Lucka, K.;
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Modern central heating systems use low NOx premixed burners with a largemodulation range. This can lead to noise problems which cannot be solved viatrial and error, but need accurate modelling. An acoustic analysis as part ofthe design phase can reduce the time-to-marke... View more
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