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Burning Parameters of Premixed Oxygen-Hydrogen and Oxygen-Acetylene Flames

Volume 28, Number 1 (Feb. 1974) Page 8-13

Suddendorf, R.F.; Denton, M.B.

Parameters affecting the stability of premixed oxyhydrogen and oxyacetylene flames are investigated. The results of this study show the effect of port diameter, fuel-oxidant ratio, total gas flow, and burner temperature on the stability of these flames. Data were obtained by the use of a specially designed and constructed one-hole insert burner. The results of this study provide the required design criteria and operational parameters for utilization of these fuel mixtures