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Title Proof-of-Concept Demonstration of John Zink Hi Burner for Diesel Application of Radian Corporation's Hybrid Low NOx Process
Creator Bell, Ronald D.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1991
Spatial Coverage presented at Hartford, Connecticut
Abstract Radian Corporation, in cooperation with Allied-Signal Inc., conducted a set of tests to demonstrate the applicability of a standard, commercially available John Zink HI burner for stationary diesel engine applications of Radian's patented Hybrid Low NOx Process. Testing was performed at John Zink's Tulsa facility in July 1990. A primary goal of the test was to document the ability to fire diesel fuel using exhaust from a diesel engine as the only oxygen source. If diesel fuel could be fired in the afterburner without the addition of makeup air, the most fuel-efficient operation of the afterburner would be achieved. An additional goal was to maintain stable, reliable, soot-free operation of the burner while firing under reducing conditions. This paper documents the test conditions, results, and conclusions of the demonstration test.
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