Propane Oxidation at High Pressure and Intermediate Temperatures

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Propane oxidation at intermediate temperatures (500—900 K) and high pressure (100 bar) has been characterized by conducting experiments in a laminar flow reactor over a wide range of stoichiometries. The onset of fuel oxidation was found to be 600—725 K, depending on mixture stoichiometry. The model agreed well with the measurements of fuel-rich and stoichiometric mixtures while the model underpredicted the fuel conversion for fuel-lean conditions. Sensitivity analyses revealed the importance of H-abstraction reactions by HO2, OH, and CH3OO in controlling propaneoxidation at 750 K.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2017
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event8th European Combustion Meeting - Dubrovnik, Croatia
Duration: 18 Apr 201721 Apr 2017


Conference8th European Combustion Meeting

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Hashemi, H., Christensen, J. M., & Glarborg, P. (2017). Propane Oxidation at High Pressure and Intermediate Temperatures. Poster session presented at 8th European Combustion Meeting, Dubrovnik, Croatia.