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Oleg P. Korobeinichev

Bio: Oleg P. Korobeinichev is an academic researcher from Russian Academy of Sciences. The author has contributed to research in topics: Combustion & Flame structure. The author has an hindex of 25, co-authored 186 publications receiving 2248 citations. Previous affiliations of Oleg P. Korobeinichev include Novosibirsk State University & Far Eastern Federal University.


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TL;DR: In this paper, the laminar flame speed is measured experimentally and calculated numerically for a premixed propane/air flame at 1 atm under a range of equivalence ratios, undoped and doped with dimethyl methylphosphonate (DMMP).

134 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, minimum extinguishing concentrations of mixtures of organophosphorus and iodine-containing compounds and inert diluents were measured using the cup-burner and cylinder techniques.

86 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a premixed H2/O2/Ar flame doped with dimethyl methyl phosphonate (DMMP) stabilized on a flat burner at 47 Torr has been studied by molecular-beam mass spectrometry and modeling.

81 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the results of a quantitative determination of the composition of final phosphorus-containing products (PO, PO 2, HOPO, and HopO 2 ) from the destruction of the organophosphorus compounds trimethyl phosphate (TMP) and dimethyl methylphosphonate (DMMP) in premixed hydrogen-oxygen flames are presented.

77 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the potential gas and condensed phase contributions of various flame retardant (FR) additives with polystyrene polymer were explored using experimental methods as well as thermodynamic modeling techniques.

75 citations


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01 Jan 1992
TL;DR: In this article, cross-correlation methods of interrogation of successive single-exposure frames can be used to measure the separation of pairs of particle images between successive frames, which can be optimized in terms of spatial resolution, detection rate, accuracy and reliability.
Abstract: To improve the performance of particle image velocimetry in measuring instantaneous velocity fields, direct cross-correlation of image fields can be used in place of auto-correlation methods of interrogation of double- or multiple-exposure recordings. With improved speed of photographic recording and increased resolution of video array detectors, cross-correlation methods of interrogation of successive single-exposure frames can be used to measure the separation of pairs of particle images between successive frames. By knowing the extent of image shifting used in a multiple-exposure and by a priori knowledge of the mean flow-field, the cross-correlation of different sized interrogation spots with known separation can be optimized in terms of spatial resolution, detection rate, accuracy and reliability.

1,101 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors highlight previous influential studies and ongoing research to use this chemical as a viable energy vector for power applications, emphasizing the challenges that each of the reviewed technologies faces before implementation and commercial deployment is achieved at a larger scale.

908 citations

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01 Jan 2019
TL;DR: In this article, the potential use of ammonia as a carbon-free fuel is discussed, and recent advances in the development of ammonia combustion technology and its underlying chemistry are discussed. But, there are several challenges in ammonia combustion, such as low flammability, high NOx emission, and low radiation intensity.
Abstract: This paper focuses on the potential use of ammonia as a carbon-free fuel, and covers recent advances in the development of ammonia combustion technology and its underlying chemistry. Fulfilling the COP21 Paris Agreement requires the de-carbonization of energy generation, through utilization of carbon-neutral and overall carbon-free fuels produced from renewable sources. Hydrogen is one of such fuels, which is a potential energy carrier for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. However, its shipment for long distances and storage for long times present challenges. Ammonia on the other hand, comprises 17.8% of hydrogen by mass and can be produced from renewable hydrogen and nitrogen separated from air. Furthermore, thermal properties of ammonia are similar to those of propane in terms of boiling temperature and condensation pressure, making it attractive as a hydrogen and energy carrier. Ammonia has been produced and utilized for the past 100 years as a fertilizer, chemical raw material, and refrigerant. Ammonia can be used as a fuel but there are several challenges in ammonia combustion, such as low flammability, high NOx emission, and low radiation intensity. Overcoming these challenges requires further research into ammonia flame dynamics and chemistry. This paper discusses recent successful applications of ammonia fuel, in gas turbines, co-fired with pulverize coal, and in industrial furnaces. These applications have been implemented under the Japanese ‘Cross-ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program (SIP): Energy Carriers’. In addition, fundamental aspects of ammonia combustion are discussed including characteristics of laminar premixed flames, counterflow twin-flames, and turbulent premixed flames stabilized by a nozzle burner at high pressure. Furthermore, this paper discusses details of the chemistry of ammonia combustion related to NOx production, processes for reducing NOx, and validation of several ammonia oxidation kinetics models. Finally, LES results for a gas-turbine-like swirl-burner are presented, for the purpose of developing low-NOx single-fuelled ammonia gas turbine combustors.

768 citations

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TL;DR: This paper also reviews work done on primary explosives of current and futuristic interest based on energetic co-ordination compounds and highlights the important contributions made by the various researchers in the frontier areas energetic ballistic modifiers, energetic binders and energetic plasticizers.

766 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, an updated H2/O2 kinetic model based on that of Li et al. (Int J Chem Kinet 36, 2004, 566-575) is presented and tested against a wide range of combustion targets.
Abstract: An updated H2/O2 kinetic model based on that of Li et al. (Int J Chem Kinet 36, 2004, 566–575) is presented and tested against a wide range of combustion targets. The primary motivations of the model revision are to incorporate recent improvements in rate constant treatment and resolve discrepancies between experimental data and predictions using recently published kinetic models in dilute, high-pressure flames. Attempts are made to identify major remaining sources of uncertainties, in both the reaction rate parameters and the assumptions of the kinetic model, affecting predictions of relevant combustion behavior. With regard to model parameters, present uncertainties in the temperature and pressure dependence of rate constants for HO2 formation and consumption reactions are demonstrated to substantially affect predictive capabilities at high-pressure, low-temperature conditions. With regard to model assumptions, calculations are performed to investigate several reactions/processes that have not received much attention previously. Results from ab initio calculations and modeling studies imply that inclusion of H + HO2 = H2O + O in the kinetic model might be warranted, though further studies are necessary to ascertain its role in combustion modeling. In addition, it appears that characterization of nonlinear bath-gas mixture rule behavior for H + O2(+ M) = HO2(+ M) in multicomponent bath gases might be necessary to predict high-pressure flame speeds within ∼15%. The updated model is tested against all of the previous validation targets considered by Li et al. as well as new targets from a number of recent studies. Special attention is devoted to establishing a context for evaluating model performance against experimental data by careful consideration of uncertainties in measurements, initial conditions, and physical model assumptions. For example, ignition delay times in shock tubes are shown to be sensitive to potential impurity effects, which have been suggested to accelerate early radical pool growth in shock tube speciation studies. In addition, speciation predictions in burner-stabilized flames are found to be more sensitive to uncertainties in experimental boundary conditions than to uncertainties in kinetics and transport. Predictions using the present model adequately reproduce previous validation targets and show substantially improved agreement against recent high-pressure flame speed and shock tube speciation measurements. Comparisons of predictions of several other kinetic models with the experimental data for nearly the entire validation set used here are also provided in the Supporting Information. © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Int J Chem Kinet 44: 444–474, 2012

708 citations