Fan Li

Fan Li
Chinese Academy of Sciences | CAS · Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion

Doctor of Engineering
Clean combustion; Combustion diagnosis; NOx direct decomposition; Rare-earth metal oxide catalyst

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Publications (13)
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Wall coating modification has been a potential solution to organize the combustion process in space-constrained system. For this purpose, CeO2 doping effects on the flame stability of premixed methane/air mixtures confined within an adjustable-gap narrow channel with coating ZrO2-based ceramics are experimentally investigated. A series of character...
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From the perspective of the thermal/chemical performance management of a slot burner, three kinds of blended coatings with the low thermal conductivity and certain chemical activities, including 30wt.%Y2O3/ZrO2, 30wt.%MgO/ZrO2 and 30wt.%Al2O3/ZrO2, were prepared on stainless steel walls plated by atmospheric plasma spraying. The effects of coating...
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In this work, we proposed a novel strategy of copper (Cu) doping to enhance the nitrogen oxides (NOx) removal efficiency of iron (Fe)-based catalyst at low temperature through a simple citric acid mixing method, which is critical for its practical application. The doping of Cu significantly improves the deNOx performance of Fe-based catalyst below...
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The chemical catalytic performance of functional ceramics materials of rare earth is of great technological and scientific significance to actively regulate the flame-wall interaction in high-temperature combustion. The premixed methane-air flames in a slot burner with different wall materials were characterized by OH-PLIF technique to gain an insi...
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In this work, the energetic Al/CuO nano-thermite is chosen as a promising additive to improve the reaction characteristic of μAl powder in heated steam at 600–900°C. The ignition temperature, ignition delay time, and combustion efficiency were experimentally measured. After all the reaction products were collected, the surface morphologies and phas...
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The structure and instability characteristics of non-adiabatic fuel-rich n-butane/air cellular flames on McKenna burner were experimentally investigated at atmospheric pressure. Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence (PLIF-OH and PLIF-CH2O) flame diagnosis technology was utilized to probe the flame structure under varied equivalence ratio and inflow mix...
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A new skeletal mechanism of n-butane is developed for describing its ignition and combustion characteristics applicable over a wide range of conditions: initial temperature 690–1430 K, pressure 1–30 atm, and equivalence ratio 0.5–2.0. Starting with a detailed chemical reaction kinetic model of 230 species and 1328 reactions (Healy et al., Combust....
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To improve the lifetime and the flame stability of combustion-based micro devices, two coating materials (AlCrN and alumina)are deposited on STS 304 substrate to investigate the interactions between the premixed n-butane/air flame and the solid walls heated to different temperatures in a slit burner. The flame-wall interaction is characterized by t...
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Micron-sized aluminum powder exhibits difficulties in ignition and burnout in steam. To overcome these problems, we added various sodium fluoride contents to micron-sized aluminum powder in steam at 800, 900, and 1000 °C to assess their effects on ignition and combustion performances. The ignition delay times, ignition temperatures, and combustion...
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To improve the ignition and combustion characteristics of micron-sized aluminum powder in steam at 900 °C, the present study focuses on the effects of adding different contents of Mg, NaF and NaBH4. Experiments were conducted in two high-temperature tubular resistance furnaces to measure ignition temperatures, maximum combustion temperatures and ig...
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To develop the combustion characteristics of aluminum powder in steam, the ignition and combustion process of aluminum powder with different additives (KBH4, ammonium perchlorate (AP) and NaCl) addition at different levels were studied using a transparent pipe furnace. The temperature variation of these samples was measured using a thermocouple, an...
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Hydrogen generation by means of the combustion of aluminum powder with sodium borohydride (NaBH4) addition in steam was studied by a pipe furnace at different temperatures. The ignition temperature and the maximum combustion temperature were obtained by an S-type thermocouple. Ignition delay times and combustion efficiencies were measured. The resu...

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