By Maximilian Lackner
Filling a real hole available in the market, this textbook is the one one to supply a concise advent to combustion.
Written in a transparent didactic type, the ebook specializes in sensible elements instead of conception and provides an outline of the subject for college students and graduates in addition to practitioners, educating every thing that's had to start within the box. The skilled authors are foreign specialists within the quarter and canopy the most typical fuels, together with solids, gases and beverages. The environmental influence is usually mentioned, such that readers may be capable of enhance an realizing of the critical environmental matters and the chances for extra sustainable combustion.
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Extra resources for Combustion: From Basics to Applications
The chemical energy bound in PB gas is much higher than that of the natural gas: its caloriﬁc value is in the range 92–146 MJ mÀ3. PB gas is used by home and business consumers lacking natural gas pipelines. , glass production). 1 Typical compositions of natural gas . 2 Variations in composition of natural gas in Europe, vol. % [2–9]. 3. 1 Density The density of the gas mixture (rmixt) can be calculated from the density of each component (ri) and their volume fraction wi (Vi/V): Xn rmixt ¼ w r kg mÀ3 ð2:1Þ i¼1 i i With the exception of extreme conditions, gaseous fuels and combustion products can be assumed to behave according to the law of ideal gases.
Fuel in this context can be any material storing chemically bonded energy that can be extracted by the oxidation process after (self or external) ignition at a suitable temperature. The efﬁciency of the combustion process and the temperature to be maintained are affected by a number of parameters, including those of the environment, construction and operation; however, fuel characteristics are of major importance. In the following the most important properties of fuels are discussed for gaseous, liquid and solid fuels, respectively.
1:35 coal; coarse l ¼ 1:50 . . 1:80 coal; fine l ¼ 1:20 . . 1:30 oil l ¼ 1:15 . . 3 Calculations for the Case of Oxygenated Air With the introduction of cheaper technologies for the production of oxygen, the intensiﬁcation of the combustion process, and thus the technology itself, is often achieved by the use of oxygenated air. Obviously, in this case the nitrogen to oxygen ratio is changed. For example if the oxygen content of the air is boosted to 30%, then the nitrogen content decreases to 70%.
Combustion: From Basics to Applications by Maximilian Lackner