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Metal plate heating by new microflare burner has been studied experimentally and by CFD simulations, additionally, concentrations of NOx were measured to compare conventional and microflare burners. In addition, the article provides a numerical simulation of the combustion of a microflame burner. It has been demonstrated that microflare burners are more efficient and allows more uniform heating of metal plates. The comparison of NOx concentrations of conventional and microflare burners indicate better performance of the latter.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2022, VOLUME 26, ISSUE Issue 2, PAGES [1959 - 1969]
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