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This study experimentally evaluates the interaction of the oxygen enhanced combustion (OEC) technique with the pulsating combustion technique by the acoustic excitation of flames, the effects of these techniques on atmospheric emissions of CO, NOx, formaldehyde and acetaldehyde, and the temperature of exhaust gases in diffusive and confined natural gas flames. The results showed a general trend of reductions in the emissions of CO and NOx with the enrichment of the oxidant with O 2 and alsodoi:10.1016/j.egyr.2019.08.010 fatcat:q6lpotxrafhcjmlj222fr2v4ri