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The effects of nitrogen dilution on propane/air flame and emissions was investigated using a model gas turbine type swirl flame burner. The burner consists of a six-vane axial swirler and a combustor wall made from quartz tube. Nitrogen was diluted at 5%, 10% and 15% by volume of the total main air flow rate with propane/air mixture at the burner plenum prior to combustion at atmospheric condition. Direct flame imaging was performed using a digital camera to observe the flame shape, intensitydoi:10.11113/jt.v71.3724 fatcat:zmuribd2rbedhb6kp4hrjepguu