LLFCLisburn Ladies Football Club (UK)
LLFCLindsay Lohan Fan Central
LLFCLoretta Lynn Fan Club
LLFCLine Loss Factor Class Number
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The event kicked off a series of special presentations which will take place across all the LLFC Sister Clubs, with Ladies' shirt sponsor Avon keen to highlight the importance of working hard , enjoying the game and having aspirational role models in LLFC players while rewarding young grassroots players for their commitment and enthusiasm.
Director of beauty and advertising at Avon Stephen Rendu said: "We're delighted to recognise the players from Hartford FC and LLFC's other Sister Clubs with a signed shirt and the opportunity to meet their footballing heroes.
"We kicked off our partnership with LLFC with research which found that 50% of women and girls felt that barriers still existed for them to play sport1.
LLFC launched the Sister Club programme in spring 2017, and now has 10 Sister Clubs spanning across the North West.
This literature review shows that there is a need for investigations on LLFC in light-duty engines, with injectors that are more representative of next generation orifice size and orifice number.
In that case, this would mean that a LLFC combustion regime has been achieved, by lowering the flame temperature.
The aim of this work was to assess which combination of injector and operating conditions could enable sustainable LLFC non-sooting flames to be achieved in engine conditions, for a part load operating point (1500rpm, 6bar IMEP).The engine operating point was a limiting factor in this work, since the relatively short injection duration resulted in the disappearance of a stabilized diffusion flame at higher EGR rates, thus preventing an assessment as to whether a LLFC flame was sustainable in-cylinder.
One method that has shown promise to extend the possible engine operating range for LLFC is to use fuels with molecular compositions and structures that have a lower tendency to form soot, such as oxygenates [16].
The objective of the current study was to determine if a 50/50 blend by volume of TPGME with an ultra-low-sulfur #2 diesel baseline fuel (the blend T50) could enable LLFC at less extreme conditions than the neat baseline fuel.
Although the basic concept of LLFC was first demonstrated in constant-volume combustion-vessel experiments over a decade ago [14], its successful implementation in engines has proven elusive.
[26] were able to drive engine-out smoke emissions to zero and approach LLFC. They did not achieve LLFC, however, as evidenced by their observations that "line-of-sight natural luminescence images of the whole combustion chamber showed that soot was present in the downstream jet region" and this "is further supported by the fact that the glass piston had to be cleaned regularly because of significant soot deposits on its surface" [26].