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For C3H8 combustion, CH4 ,H2 combustion Fron Equivalence ratio increases from 0 .5 to 1 , the adiabatic temperature goes increases and then/ after the adiabatic temperature falls for combustion at isobaric conditions will give less peak temperature than the combustion at constant volume process. From equivalence ratio 0 to 1, it’s considered to be as lean mixture, it means presence of oxygen is more and combustion will be fully takes place, so temperature rises from equivalence ratio after 1, it considered to be as rich mixture, it means less amount oxygen is presence, and it leads to incomplete burning of fuel, as equivalence ration goes on increse from 1, more and more incomplete burn of fuel will takes place so temperature falls.
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