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3 Expansion of the flame radius as a function of time for Φ=1 (top view). 0692s x: Positions of thermocouples from fire source. 7. Conclusion This work is a contribution in the numerical simulation and analysis of laminar premixed flame structure of methane-air mixtures. The calculation of adiabatic temperature at atmospheric pressure and chemical equilibrium, as well as the mixture chemical composition and propagation speed of flame front according to the equivalence ratio are the main parameters of this study.

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3 Transfer phenomenon: The development of a combustion reaction in a finite time necessarily gives rise to gradients of concentration, speed and temperature for each species present in the reaction. These species in turn produce exchanges of matter, heat and energy. For more details see [13,16,20]. 4 Heat flux The total heat flux is expressed by neglecting the heat flux of radiation and the coupling term due to concentration, pressure and temperature gradients: for more details see Neindre [14] N q = −λ∇T + ∑ ρ jV Dj h j (20) j =1 4.

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