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The Spread of Flame Across a Liquid Surface. III. A Theoretical Model
Proceedings of the Royal Society A
A theoretical model is proposed for the situation in which the rate of spread of flame across the surface of a liquid is controlled by the necessity to preheat the liquid in advance of the flame. In this model the flame is represented by a moving strip source of heat and the liquid by an anisotropic solid. The contributions of convection currents to the preheating of the liquid are represented by 'effective thermal conductivities'. Heat conduction theory then leads to expressions relating ratedoi:10.1098/rspa.1968.0208 fatcat:xly6nvmeh5cchf2saadwj2jiv4