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14). 2 Turbulent Flame Theories (from Ref. 13) Investigator Relationships Damkohler TM Conclusions ST is independent of turbulence scale. At high velocities, S r is S r = SL + u' At high velocities, this approaches determined solely by turbulent velocity. S T = u' Shchelkin15 S T = SL[1 + ( u ' / S L ) 2 ] °'~ In agreement with Damkohler. 16 S r is independent of turbulence scale. Laminar flame speed is most important parameter. S r = SL + U' For strong turbulence, S T = St. + ( 2 S l U ' ) °5 where u'=&(#"-l) Scurlock and Grover 17 S T = SL[1 + C 3 ( y / l ) 2 ] °5 S T is dependent on laminar flame where ~ is dependent on approach speed and turbulence scale.
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