Combustion Chambers with Microdiffusion Combustion of Gas

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Title Combustion Chambers with Microdiffusion Combustion of Gas
Creator Gruzdev, Vladimir N.; Askerov, A. A.; Kozlov, Alexander P.; Chudnovsky, Yaroslav P.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1997
Spatial Coverage presented at Chicago, Illinois
Abstract Problems connected with a quality of combustion process take place in several industries where hydrocarbon fuel is used as a source of heat. Among these problems, the most important are relatively high concentration of NOx, CO, CnHm in combustion products, low thermal-power density of combustion chamber, hardly controllable distribution of the temperature of combustion products at chamber outlet, and complexity of safe cooling of combustion chamber walls. In this paper a novel chamber with single-stage gaseous fuel combustion is proposed [1, 2]. The chamber is of straight-flow type. Distributed fuel feeding over entire cross-section of the chamber is used. Gas combustion is established in short diffusion flames stabilized on fuel manifolds. All the above-listed problems have been solved by ideas used in the combustion chamber design.
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