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Penmathsa, Akhil (author)
Flame flashback is a failure mode in the operation of lean premixed combustion system. Due to higher flame speeds and lower quenching distances, hydrogen-rich fuel mixtures are prone to boundary layer flashback (BLF), where mixture flow speeds are low compared to the local flow velocity. Research at TU Munich (Eichler 2011) has resulted in new...
master thesis 2021
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Sarakatsanis, Christos (author)
The idea of using hydrogen as a medium for storing excess renewable energy is gathering momentum but to deliver, several technological advances are required. One of the main challenges is boundary layer flame flashback (BLF) as a key operability issue for low NO<sub>x</sub> premixed combustion of hydrogen-enriched fuels; thus design of tools to...
master thesis 2020
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Björnsson, Olafur (author)
Flame flashback is an intrinsic problem in lean premixed combustion. Due to higher flame speeds and lower quenching distances, hydrogen-rich fuel mixtures are especially prone to boundary layer flashback (BLF). Research at TU Munich (Eichler 2011, Baumgartner 2014) has resulted in new insights into the mechanism of BLF, revealing a strong...
master thesis 2019
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Tober, Joeri (author)
A highly accurate model is presented that predicts boundary layer flashback (BLF) for lean premixed hydrogen combustion. In contrast to existing models, that fail for lean hydrogen mixtures, the present model includes the effect of flame instabilities. The model is applied to study the effect of burner geometry on flashback tendency. A diverging...
master thesis 2019
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