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|Titolo:||Kinetic modeling study of ethanol and dimethyl ether addition to premixed low-pressure propene-oxygen-argon flames|
|Autori interni:||FRASSOLDATI, ALESSIO|
RANZI, ELISEO MARIA
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Rivista:||COMBUSTION AND FLAME|
|Abstract:||The chemical composition of flames of mixed hydrocarbon–oxygenate fuels was examined systematically for a series of laminar, premixed low-pressure propene–oxygen–argon flames blended with ethanol or dimethyl ether (DME). All flames were established at a carbon-to-oxygen ratio of C/O = 0.5 at 40 mbar. Propene was replaced incrementally by either additive, so that the entire range from pure propene to pure ethanol or pure DME was accessible. Experimental results have been reported previously (J. Wang et al., J. Chem. Phys. A 112 (2008) 9255–9265), including temperature profiles measured with laserinduced fluorescence (LIF) and quantitative mole fraction profiles for a large number of species obtained from molecular-beam mass spectrometry (MBMS), using electron ionization (EI) and vacuum-ultraviolet (VUV) photoionization (PI). The effects of oxygenate addition to the propene base flame were seen to result in interesting differences, especially regarding trends to form aldehydes. The entire flame series is now analyzed with a comprehensive kinetic model that combines the chemistries of propene, ethanol, and DME combustion. The flames of pure fuels are also compared with the predictions of different detailed mechanisms taken from the literature. Quantitative comparison of C1- to C6-species from this model with the measurements is provided. Major trends of propene replacement by the oxygenates are reproduced in quantitative agreement with the experiments, enabling a more detailed understanding of the combined reaction sequences in such fuel blends.|
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