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On the Combined Effects of Gravity and Air Flow on Flame Spread over Solid Fuels

Amable Liñán
Motopropulsion y Termofluidodinamica
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Joint work with Eduardo Fernández Tarrazo of Instituto Nacional de Técnicca Aerospacial, Madrid.

An analysis is presented for the description of the leading edge region of a diffusion flame, spreading over the surface of a thermally thick solid fuel against a laminar air stream.

The structure of the leading edge region is determined by the upstream value A of the velocity gradient at the wall, the chemical reactivity - represented by the flame spread UN, of a stoichiometric mixture of the fuel and air-, and the tangential and normal components of gravity.

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