Default: Combustion and Flame

ISSN: 0010-2180

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Combustion and Flame is a journal indexed in SJR in Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous) and Chemistry (miscellaneous) with an H index of 177. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,89 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,89.

Combustion and Flame focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: combustion, turbulent, modeling, flame, nonpremixed, multicomponent, precessing, pressurecoupled, densitymechanism, reduction, ...

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Aims and Scope

combustion, turbulent, modeling, flame, nonpremixed, multicomponent, precessing, pressurecoupled, densitymechanism, reduction, power, science, soot, source, study, surrogates, swirl, toluene, vortex, monoxide, methylcyclohexane, jet, bubble, central, continuum, core, elevated, engineeringexperiments, errors, evolution, flameseffects, fuelsthe, helical, hydrogenair, interactions,

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A new heterogeneous burning velocity formula for the propagation of a laminar flame front through a polydisperse spray of droplets

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A simple model for the vaporization of droplets with large numbers of components, combusion and flame 121:334-344 (2000)

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A Stochastic Model of Particle Dispersion in a Turbulent Gaseous Environment

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A uniform strain model of elemental flames in turbulent combustion simulations

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A welcome to our new deputy editors

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Accounting for reactant consumption in the thermal explosion problem. part IV. numerical solution of the arrhenius problem

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Analytic description of the evolution of two-dimensional flame surfaces

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Approximations for burning velocities and markstein numbers for lean hydrocarbon and methanol flames

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Aspects of soot dynamics as revealed by measurements of broadband fluorescence and flame luminosity in flickering diffusion flames

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Assessment of turbulent combustion submodels using the linear Eddy model

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Asymptotic and numerical study of the stabilization of diffusion flames by hot gas

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Benzene Formation from the Flow Reactor Oxidation of Methyl t-Butyl Ether

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Burning velocities of CO flames

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Characteristics of nitric oxide formation rates in turbulent nonpremixed jet flames

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Characteristics of unstable detonations near extinction limits

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Combined effects of radiation, flame curvature, and stretch on the extinction and bifurcations of cylindrical CH4/air premixed flame

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Comment on "Approximations for burning velocities and Markstein numbers for lean hydrocarbon and methanol flames," by U. C. Muller, M. Bollig, and N. Peters

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Comment on "laminar burning velocities and Markstein numbers of hydrocarbon/air flames" by L.-K. Tseng, M.A. Ismail, and G.M. Faeth

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Comments and replies on "The fate of arsenic in a laminar diffusion flame"

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Complete equation of state for unreacted solid explosive

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Construction and simplification of a model for the oxidation of alkanes

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Derek Bradley retires as Editor

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Detonation structures generated by multiple shocks on ram-accelerator projectiles

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Dilute laminar spray diffusion flames near the transition from group combustion to individual droplet burning

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