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Title: Tailored Strain Field Mixing for Control of Pollutant EmissionsExecutive Summary i List of Figures vi List of Tables viii 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Project Background and Motivation 3 1.2 Team Makeup and Schedule 4 1.3 Objectives of the Project 8 2 Applications for Tailored Strain Field Mixing in Low- Emission Gas Turbines 9 3 Research Plan 14 3.1 Numerical Simulations of Simplified Model Flows 15 3.2 Diffusion Flame Experiments 18 3.3 Review and Analysis of Mechanisms 29 4 Work Plan 42 5 Conclusions 60 References 63 Appendix A: Laboratory Results 66