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Title: Fractal aspects in O2 enriched combustion
Other Titles: Physica A
Authors: Souza, J.W.G.
Santos, A.A.B.
Guarieiro, L.L.N.
Moret, M.A.
Keywords: Detrended fluctuation analysis;Combustion processes;Energy efficiency
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: SOUZA, J.W.G.; SANTOS, A.A.B.; GUARIEIRO, L.L.N.; MORET, M.A. Fractal aspects in O2 enriched combustion. Physica A. S.l., Elsevier, 2015. p.268-272.
Abstract: In this study, we investigate the self-affinity of time series of thermal radiation from two fuels, natural gas (NG) and acetylene (AC), enriched with oxygen at 21%, 23% and 25% concentrations during the combustion process.Weused the detrended fluctuation analysis method to evaluate the burning process of these fuels. We found a well-defined self-affine aspect for these gases in this dynamic process. Using the proposed method, we were able to characterize the time series of NG as a sub-diffusive process and the time series of AC as a process with persistent self-affinity.
Description: p.268-272
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