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Journal of the Japanese Society for Experimental Mechanics
Smoldering is based on the slow, low-temperature, flameless combustion of a condensed fuel. The propagation velocity of downward smoldering is dominated by the rate of transfer of oxygen to the reaction zone. Regarding as this point, Kinbara et al. (1976) have revealed that the smoldering velocity of rod fuel; V sml [mm/s], clearly increased as the diameter of the rod was reduced. The purpose of this study is to reveal the characteristics of smoldering in small-scale. We examined the smolderingdoi:10.11395/jjsem.13.164 fatcat:hf3aj4zdxfelzl3yhsnyqazqmm