Explanation For Glow
Reader Marvin L Melsha, Jr., asked the cause or source of “a dark (sic) gaseous extension of perhaps 8 ft. before you see flame glow” (AW&ST June 24, p. 10). The dark extension consists of a “screen” of carbon-particle residue in the comparatively cool fuel-rich gas-generator exhaust used to cool...
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