The Development of a Low NOx High Intensity Burner

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Title The Development of a Low NOx High Intensity Burner
Creator Stretton, A. J.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1994
Spatial Coverage presented at Kingston, Canada
Abstract Tighter emission standards and rising fuel costs have created a market for high intensity burners which outperform standard turbulent flame burners. AECOmetric High Intensity Burners feature a swirling vortex which completely mixes the fuel and air to provide stoichiometric combustion efficiency and flame temperatures of about 3000 degrees Fahrenheit. The Conamara Group is engaged in a research program in conjunction with the National Research Council and Consumers Gas to reduce the NOx emissions from 100 ppmv to under 20 ppmv. Experimental results will be presented to illustrate the impact of secondary air schemes on the CO and NOx performance of the burner.
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Format application/pdf
Language eng
Rights This material may be protected by copyright. Permission required for use in any form. For further information please contact the American Flame Research Committee.
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Scanning Technician Cliodhna Davis
Metadata Cataloger Kendra Yates
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Setname uu_afrc
Date Created 2012-05-07
Date Modified 2012-09-20
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6959m4p
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