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Old   July 3, 2002, 20:48
Default Ignition temperature of premixed gases
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It is known that, more dilute the fuel, more difficult to ignite the premixed gases of methane and air. It means that there must be some relationship between ignition temperature and equivalent ratio of methane and air. What is it? How to express it with a simple polynomial? Could anybody tell me? Thanks in advance!!!
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