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Advanced Computational Methods and Experiments in Heat Transfer XIII
Hydrogen-methane-air flames were studied in stagnation-point geometry. Light induced phosphorescence from thermographic phosphors was used to study the wall temperatures and heat fluxes from nearly one-dimensional flat premixed flames. The studied flames were stoichiometric methane-air flames with 10%, 25%, 50% and 75% hydrogen as well as a pure hydrogen flame at ambient pressure. The flames were burning in a stagnation-point arrangement against a water cooled plate. The central part of thisdoi:10.2495/ht140351 fatcat:sex7j2rv2ncdxejbb2r7mqlfde