It was found that fuel distribution in a hot high-speed transverse air stream differed greatly from that in a cold stream. In a hot air stream there exist two-phase fuel distributions, and hence, two mass center lines extending downstream. Experimental results of fuel distributions are presented. By using the model of trajectory with diffusion and also considering the fuel evaporation, a semi-empirical method to predict two-phase fuel distributions has been developed.

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