Effects of concentration and initial turbulence on the vented explosion characteristics of methane-air mixtures

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Volume: 267, Pages: 117103 - 117103
Published: May 1, 2020
Abstract
The testing of vented explosion of methane-air mixtures was conducted in a custom-designed 4.5-m3 steel chamber. Methane concentrations in the mixed gas varied between 7 and 13 vol% and the static hysteresis time was set as 0, 1, and 5 min to characterize strong, medium and weak turbulence levels. The effects of concentration and initial turbulence on pressure characteristics and flame development were investigated. It is found that the...
Paper Details
Title
Effects of concentration and initial turbulence on the vented explosion characteristics of methane-air mixtures
Published Date
May 1, 2020
Journal
Volume
267
Pages
117103 - 117103
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