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Title Chemical Kinetics Modeling of Air Toxics and NOx in a Turbulent Diffussion Flame Burner
Creator Lutz, A. E.; Broadwell, James E.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1995
Spatial Coverage presented at Monterey, California
Abstract A one-dimensional model for chemical kinetics in turbulent nonpremixed jet flames is used to study emissions of NOx and air toxics from a conventional diffusion-flame burner, using a fuel mixture intended to duplicate refinery fuel gas. The model predicts that NOx emissions increase with hydrogen content in the fuel, in rough agreement with measurements. Air toxic species generated in the fuel-rich region of the solution are completely oxidized as further entrainment takes the mixture through stoichiometric conditions to excess air.
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