Combustion of propanol isomers: Experimental and kinetic modeling study
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In this work an experimental and kinetic modeling study on n-propanol and i-propanol combustion has been performed. New burning velocity measurements were carried out using the heat flux method at 1 atm over the temperature range of 323–393 K. Analysis of the temperature dependence was conducted with to verify the data consistency of the new and available data from the literature. Important inconsistencies were identified with the literature experiments performed using the spherical flame method and the nature of such inconsistencies was discussed. Moreover, a new kinetic mechanism, based on the most recent Konnov model and extended to include C3 alcohol isomers chemistry subset, was validated against new and all available literature data obtained at different combustion regimes. Rate constant parameters were carefully selected by evaluating all experimental and theoretical sources. Moreover, Sarathy et al. (2014) detailed kinetic mechanism was also tested. Overall, both kinetic models reproduce experimental data with good fidelity, but the presented model was found superior in representing ignition delay times data performed at high-pressure conditions.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
|Journal||Combustion and Flame|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|