The experimental investigation of the ignition petrol mechanism at high temperature metal single particles
National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, 634050 Tomsk, Russia
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Published online: 20 January 2015
The flammable substance by single “hot” metallic particle ignition mechanism are experimentally investigated. On the basis experimental data it is established that the gasoline ignition occurs only with interaction of the mixture of its vapors with air and “hot” particle with the vapors concentrations, which correspond to the evaporating the gasoline conditions at room temperatures. The probability of gasoline vapors mixture with air igniting rapidly is reduced in proportion to their withdrawal from the evaporation surface. Ignition occurs neither in the vapor phase nor on the gasoline surface, even if particle is immersed in it in full or in partly, if the particle temperature is lower than the critical.
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