publication . Other literature type . 1996

Characterization of a Rijke Burner as a Tool for Studying Distribute Aluminum Combustion

Newbold, Brian R.;
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  • Published: 12 Jun 1996
  • Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
  • Country: United States
As prelude to the quantitative study of aluminum distributed combustion, the current work has characterized the acoustic growth, frequency, and temperature of a Rijke burner as a function of mass flow rate, gas composition, and geometry. By varying the exhaust temperature profile, the acoustic growth rate can be as much as tripled from the baseline value of approximately 120 s-1• At baseline, the burner operated in the third harmonic mode at a frequency of 1300 Hz, but geometry or temperature changes could shift operation to a second mode. During oscillatory combustion, center-line temperatures in the exhaust rose by as much as 80 K when compared to the non-osci...
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