We celebrate Meredith Thring’s contribution to the IFRF by publishing a list of his most significant IFRF reports.
The IFRF Documents authored by Meredith Thring include:
- A 55/b/32 Method of increasing the emissivity of coke-oven gas and similar flames.
- D 2/b/6 An attempt to obtain evidence from the first combustion mechanism trial as to the factors governing local flame emissivity.
- E 3/b/1 The effect of emissivity and flame length on heat transfer in the open hearth furnace.
- E 3/b/2 Combustion length of enclosed turbulent jet flames.
- F 54/c/1 The radiation from flames in a small scale oil fired furnace.
- G 2/c/2 Mixing and combustion in free and enclosed turbulent jet diffusion flames.
- G 3/c/1 Research on turbulent diffusion combustion.
- G 3/a/3 On the rate of combustion of soot in a laminar soot flame.
G 4/c/1 Calculation of the effect of flame length on heat transfer in the open-hearth furnace.
- G 4/c/2 A theoretical method for predicting heat transfer distribution in a petroleum heater.
- G 4/c/3 Description of an experimental study on the distribution of heat flux in a full scale petroleum heater.
- K 14/c/3 Note on book summarising 15 years work at IJmuiden.
- F 7/c/1 The Effect of mixing conditions and air preheat of the radiation from liquid fuel and coke oven gas turbulent jet diffusion flames
- G 1/c/2 A theoretical method for predicting heat transfer distribution in a petroleum heater
- G 4/c/3/a A theoretical method for predicting heat transfer distribution in a petroleum heater
- K 20/a/3 Information regarding some fundamental aspects of combustion gained from the work of the International Flame Research Foundation