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Influence of aerodynamic phenomena on pollutant formation in combustion
Louis J. Spadaccini
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Louis J. Spadaccini, F. Kevin Owen, and Craig T. Bowman.|
|Series||Environmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-76-247a, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-76-247 a.|
|Contributions||Owen, F. Kevin., Bowman, Craig Thomas, 1939-, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development., United Technologies Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Combustion: Physical and Chemical Fundamentals, Modeling and Simulation, Experiments, Pollutant Formation Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jürgen Warnatz, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Maas. A full 3D Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of a four-stroke, four-cylinder engine, performed with the AVBP-LES code, is presented in this drive for substantial CO₂ reductions in gasoline engines in the light of the global energy crisis and environmental awareness has increased research into gas.
A Chigier, Combustion Aerodynamics, Applied Science, 4. K K Kuo, Principles of Combustion, Wiley, IIII NNNN mechanism importance to combustion and pollutant formation reactions • Practical applications of the combustion phenomena also involve applied sciences such as aerodynamics. C. Pollutant Formation Concentrating on pollutant formation in combustion, detailed experimental results for the influence of aerodynamic phenomena are available from UTRC Average concentration levels of the pollutants nitric oxide NO, nitrogen dioxide NO 2, carbon monoxide CO, and unburned hydrocarbons were measured at the exit of an.
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EPA/a September INFLUENCE OF AERODYNAMIC PHENOMENA ON POLLUTANT FORMATION IN COMBUSTION (Phase I. Gaseous Fuels) by Louis J. Spadaccini, F. Kevin Owen, and Craig T. Bowman United Technology Research Center Main Street East Hartford, Connecticut Contract No. ROAP No. 21BCC Program Element No.
1AB. &EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park NC 1 EPA January Influence of Aerodynamic Phenomena on Pollutant Formation in Combustion (Phase II. POLLUTANT FORMATION AND ENERGY RELEASE IN CONFINED TURBULENT DIFFUSION FLAMES F.
KEVIN OWEN, LOUIS J. SPADACCINI AND CRAIG T. BOWMAN United Technologies Research Center, East Hartford, Connecticut An investigation of the effects of inlet air swirl, pressure and fuel/air velocity on the time-mean and fluctuating flow field in a confined Cited by: Formation of pollutants during combustion in compression-ignition engines is a complex phenomenon depending on a range of parameters whose effect is hard to accurately estimate.
Numerical modelling can serve as a valuable addition to the experimental investigations of different working conditions, geometries or fuel blends in the development of. Zamuner B., Borghi R. () Influence of Physical Phenomena on the Formation of Pollutants in Combustion.
In: Vovelle C. (eds) Pollutants from Combustion. NATO Science Series (Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences), vol Influence of Aerodynamic Phenomena on Pollutant Formation in Combustion; Volume I: Experimental Results, Environmental Protection Agency Report No.
EPA/a (July ) 7. Heap M.P., Lowes T.M., Walmsley R. Book contents; Energy and Combustion Science. Energy and Combustion Science (Student Edition One) L.
Influence of aerodynamic phenomena on pollutant formation in combustion. EPA Report /2–a (July ). Google Scholar. Fundamental coal combustion mechanisms and pollutant formation in furnaces 10 80 70 60 oO o9 S 50 Z 4c 50 ~o~m/ /// 0 & LIG #9  SUBBIT #14 0 BIT #4 0 BIT #2,o~ n, I I I I I IO00 ~ * t PYROLYSIS TEMPERATURE FIG.
Influence of coal composition and pyrolysis temperature on nitrogen yields. Part of the Mathematics in Industry book series (MATHINDUSTRY, volume 17) Abstract. The combustion process of methane downstream of an axisymmetric sudden expansion in a circular pipe with a constant wall temperature has been studied.
Spaddacini, L.J., Owen, F.K., Bowman, C.T.: Influence of aerodynamic phenomena on pollutant formation in. This volume is based on the lectures presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute: (ASI) «Pollutants Formation from Combustion.
Formation Mechanisms and Impact on th th Atmospheric Chemistry» held in Maratea, Italy, from 13 to 26 september Preservation of the environment is of increasing. Physical factors can strongly affect the combustion chemistry and their influence was also considered.
An interesting peculiarity of this specific ASI was to complement the program with a substantial part concerned with the impact of the main combustion pollutants: NOx, aromatics, soot, VOCs, sulphur and chlorinated compounds, on atmospheric.
Combustion of these fuels leads to an increased emission of pollutants (CO, SO2, NOX). As formation of these pollutants is influenced by O2 content in flame, the case with less excess air (10% excess air) was numerically simulated on a steam generator furnace.
The boiler under investigation is a MW, water-tube boiler having. Formation of H 2 O and CO 2 is a major fraction of the gas turbine exhaust during the combustion of hydrocarbon fuels, and these substances play a role in global climate change as they act as greenhouse gases (Prather and Sausen, ).
Simplified diagram of the formation of pollutants in the combustion process of solid flammable substance (fuel, waste, etc.) +4 Formation and decomposition of dioxins in a catalytic process on. Gosman, A.D.: Aspects of the simulation of combustion in reciprocating engines, in Numerical Simulation of Combustion Phenomena, Lecture Notes in Physics Springer Verlag, Berlin (), p.
46– Google Scholar. Especially in small-volume diesel engines for passenger cars all processes inside the combustion chamber (injection, fuel mixture generation, ignition, combustion and pollutant formation) are strongly influenced by the piston bowl wall and the characteristic features of the fuel.
These parameters have been analyzed by both optical and conventional measuring techniques within the framework of a. COMBUSTION IN AERO ENGINES Edited by R. Dénos, M. Cazalens, J.P.A.J. van Beeck VKI LShardcover, 1 volume, ISBN High pressure two-phase air-kerosene reacting flow, with high levels of turbulence and heat transfer submitted to acoustic waves: this is how the flow in an aero engine combustor could be characterized.
Table of Contents Sources of pollutants; R. Friedrich. Chemistry of combustion processes; J. Warnatz. Combustion mechanisms - Solid Phase.
Structural Changes and Heterogeneous Reactions; K. Svoboda, et al. Influence of physical phenomena on the formation of pollutants in combustion; B.
Zamuner, R. : $. injection patterns were tested in order to evaluate its influence on pollutants formation. 1 Introduction The transport sector has a very important role in the modern society and it is mostly based on the power provided by internal combustion engines.
However, the burning of fossil fuels contributes to the fuel and pollution .Influence of Physical Phenomena on the Formation of Pollutants in Combustion. , Aerodynamic and flame structure within a jet-stirred reactor.
Further studies of combustion phenomena in a spherical combustor. Symposium (International). This handbook is an important and valuable source for engineers and researchers in the area of internal combustion engines pollution control. It provides an excellent updated review of available knowledge in this field and furnishes essential and useful information on air pollution constituents, mechanisms of formation, control technologies, effects of engine design, effects of Format: Paperback.