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Combustion efficiency has been defined and related to both the exhaust temperature and species concentration. Flame stabilization has been discussed relative to the definition of flammability (which applies to a quiescent system), as well as to the basic processes occurring in flameholder or primary zone regions. In the latter case, the roles of the recirculation and shear layer zones have been highlighted. Ignition has been discussed in terms of spontaneous ignition temperature, ignition delay time, and minimum ignition energy.
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