1954 Volume 23 Issue 9-10 Pages 199-208
In the previous report, authors confirmed the upper limit of the tip temperaure. In this report, the effect of tip temperature for gas ratio of oxy-acetylene flame was determined.
The gas ratio O2/C2H2 was calculated from gas pressures and consumptions on Type III (see Table 1 in Report 1).
The test results showed that;
(a) Gas ratio was increased accoding to temperature rise.
(d) Gas ratio in the so called "Neutral Flame" had to be shown that's O2/C2H2 to the conditions which have been used.
(c) The more oxygen and acetylene pressure rose, the more there were few effects of tip temperature for gas ratio, when suitable volume of acetylene was supplied to tip.