To study combustion characteristics of oil/water emulsion droplets a thesis makes an estimate of the theoretical model in case that the pressure or the molar fraction of oil is alted. And the experimental results are compared with theoretical results in case of the droplet radius.
In case of a pure oil droplet combustion it shows that the values of the flame front temperature, the flame front radius and the mass evaporation rate get to be larger an occasion of the higher pressure. However, the values decrease in reverse proportion to water content and the rate of reduction is larger at higher pressure.
Experiment is performed by using the ISO-Octane. In this case the droplet expansion is not measured at ignition step and the quartz fiber stem influences the combustion characteristics during the combustion is in process.