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Flame Propagation in Layered Methane-air Systems.
Liebman-I; Corry-J; Perlee-HE
Comb Sci and Tech 1970 1:257-267
A study was made of flame propagation along methane-air roof layers using a laboratory-scale gallery, 8 feet long by 3 inches wide by 6 to 10 inches high. The effects of various environmental and gas layer factors on the speed of the propagating flame were determined and dimensional analysis techniques were used to develop a relationship between these factors and flame speed. The model was designed to study the early stages of flame propagation along a methane-air layer ignited at the closed end of a tunnel.
Comb. Sci. and Tech., V. 1, 1970, PP. 257-267
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