Modeling of Combustion Systems

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Title Modeling of Combustion Systems
Creator Kezerle, James; Strehlow, Roger
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1986
Spatial Coverage presented at Chicago, Illinois
Abstract Modeling of combustion systems can involve the computation of many distinctly different parameters, including flow, mixing, chemical kinetics, equilibrium chemistry, thermodynamic properties and heat transfer. This leads to a wide variety of models of different sophistication and application. As reported in the papers in this session, some models are used to simulate and study the performance of specific devices (lime kilns, boilers, immersion tube heaters), some shed light on the physics of combustion devices (such as mixing in burners and furnaces), and some can calculate important information (flame temperatures, chemical equilibrium composition, etc.). These papers reflect the variety of available models and indicate they have widespread current applications to support combustion system designers.
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Language eng
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