A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling

Pieper J, Hemken C, Büttgen R, Graf I, Hansen N, Heufer KA, Kohse-Höinghaus K (2019)
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 37(2): 1683-1690.

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Small methyl ketones are known to have high octane numbers, impressive knock resistance, and show low emissions of soot, NOx, and unburnt hydrocarbons. However, previous studies have focused on the analysis of smaller ketones and 3-pentanone, while the asymmetric 2-pentanone (methyl propyl ketone) has not gained much attention before. Considering ketones as possible fuels or additives, it is of particular importance to fully understand the combustion kinetics and the effect of the functional carbonyl group. Due to the higher energy density in a C-5-ketone compared to the potential biofuel 2-butanone, the flame structure and the mole fraction profiles of species formed in 2-pentanone combustion are of high interest, especially to evaluate harmful species formations. In this study, a laminar premixed low-pressure (p = 40 mbar) fuelrich (phi = 1.6) flat flame of 2-pentanone has been analyzed by vacuum-ultraviolet photoionization molecular-beam mass-spectrometry (VUV-PI-MBMS) enabling isomer separation. Quantitative mole fraction profiles of 47 species were obtained and compared to a model consisting of an existing base mechanism and a newly developed high-temperature sub-mechanism for 2-pentanone. High-temperature reactions for 2-pentanone were adapted in analogy to 2-butanone and n-pentane, and the thermochemistry for 2-pentanone and the respective fuel radicals was derived by ab initio calculations. Good agreement was found between experiment and simulation for the first decomposition products, supporting the initial branching reactions of the 2-pentanone sub-mechanism. Also, species indicating low-temperature chemistry in the preheating zone of the flame have been observed. The present measurements of a 2-pentanone flame provide useful validation targets for further kinetic model development. (C) 2018 The Combustion Institute. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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Proceedings of the Combustion Institute
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1683-1690
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Pieper J, Hemken C, Büttgen R, et al. A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 2019;37(2):1683-1690.
Pieper, J., Hemken, C., Büttgen, R., Graf, I., Hansen, N., Heufer, K. A., & Kohse-Höinghaus, K. (2019). A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37(2), 1683-1690. doi:10.1016/j.proci.2018.05.039
Pieper, J., Hemken, C., Büttgen, R., Graf, I., Hansen, N., Heufer, K. A., and Kohse-Höinghaus, K. (2019). A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 37, 1683-1690.
Pieper, J., et al., 2019. A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37(2), p 1683-1690.
J. Pieper, et al., “A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, vol. 37, 2019, pp. 1683-1690.
Pieper, J., Hemken, C., Büttgen, R., Graf, I., Hansen, N., Heufer, K.A., Kohse-Höinghaus, K.: A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 37, 1683-1690 (2019).
Pieper, Julia, Hemken, Christian, Büttgen, Rene, Graf, Isabelle, Hansen, Nils, Heufer, K. Alexander, and Kohse-Höinghaus, Katharina. “A high-temperature study of 2-pentanone oxidation: experiment and kinetic modeling”. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 37.2 (2019): 1683-1690.