15_19_86 - Acetylene 2607 Benzene 2363 Butane 2248 Carbon...

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FLAME TEMPERATURES This table gives the adiabatic flame temperature for stoichemet- ric mixtures of various fuels and oxidizers. The temperatures are calculated from thermodynamic and transport properties under ideal adiabatic conditions, using methods described in the refer- ence. Reference Fristrom, R. M., Flame Structures and Processes , Oxford University Press, New York, 1995. Adiabatic Flame Temperature in K for Various Fuel-Oxidizer Combinations Oxidizer Fuel Air O 2 F 2 Cl 2 N 2 O NO Organic liquids and gases Acetaldehyde 2288 Acetone 2253
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Unformatted text preview: Acetylene 2607 Benzene 2363 Butane 2248 Carbon disulfide 2257 Cyanogen 2596 4855 Cyclohexane 2250 Cyclopropane 2370 Decane 2286 Ethane 2244 Ethanol 2238 Ethylene 2375 Hexane 2238 Methane 2236 Methanol 2222 Oxirane 2177 Pentane 2250 Propane 2250 Toluene 2344 Solids Aluminum 4005 Lithium 2711 Phosphorus (white) 3242 Zirconium 4278 Other Ammonia 2845 Carbon monoxide 1388 Diborane 3350 Hydrazine 3037 Hydrogen 2169 3000 4006 2493 2965 3127 Hydrogen sulfide 2091 3414 Phosphine 3139 Silane 3043 15-49...
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