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thermodynamic data, and the transport data using the link
Based on the work:
"Experiments and Numerical Simulation on the Laminar Flame Speeds
of Dichloromethane and Trichloromethane" by J.C. Leylegian,
D.L. Zhu, C.K. Law, and H. Wang, Combustion and Flame, Vol.
114, pp. 285-293 (1998)
The laminar flame speeds of blends of dichloromethane and
trichloromethane with methane in air at roomtemperature and
atmospheric pressure were experimentally determined using the
counterflow twin-flametechnique, varying both the amount of
chlorinated compound in the fuel and the equivalence ratio of
theunburned mixture. A detailed kinetic model previously employed
for simulation of chloromethane combustionwas expanded to include
the oxidation kinetics of dichloromethane and trichloromethane.
Numerical simulation shows that the expanded kinetic model
predicted the flame speeds to within 3 cm/s of the measuredvalues.
Carbon flux and sensitivity analyses indicate that the reaction
kinetics of the methane flame doped withchlorinated methanes are
qualitatively similar, despite the variation in the chlorinated
methane fuel structure.