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1 Field testing of staged combustion on a petroleum process heater1980
2 Conference theme - October 1980 International Symposium Industrial Process Combustion Technology1980
3 Energy conservation and pollution control (abstract)Abstract
4 International Flame Research Foundation Pamphlet - October 19801980
5 Clean and secure energy from domestic oil shale and oil sands resources: Quarterly progress report: July 2011 to September 20112011
6 Clean and secure energy from domestic oil shale and oil sands resources: Quarterly progress report: January 1, 2010 to March 31, 20102010The Clean and Secure Energy from Domestic Oil Shale and Oil Sands Resources program is part of the research agenda of the Institute for Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE) at the University of Utah. In this quarter, the Clean and Secure Energy program continued its focus on enhancing industrial, national...
7 Clean and secure energy from domestic oil shale and oil sands resources: Quarterly progress report: July 2010 to September 20102010The Clean and Secure Energy from Domestic Oil Shale and Oil Sands Resources program is part of the research agenda of the Institute for Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE) at the University of Utah. In this quarter, the Clean and Secure Energy program was involved in multiple technology transfer and outr...
8 Temporally and spatially resolved calculations of a reacting coal jet using large eddy simulations (LES) and direct quadrature method of moments (DQMOM)2009In a turbulent combusting coal jet, accurate prediction of the particle and velocity distributions are critical for predicting flame characteristics and ultimately heat flux in a coal-fired boiler. The present work combines a state-of-the-art particle model and turbulent-reacting flow model to provi...
9 Practical implications of prior research on today's questions about flare emissions2004
10 Zeeco "free-jet" technologies and application in industry2009The increased knowledge of damage caused to our health and environment by pollution has led to state and federal legislation requiring very low NOx emissions for process heater and industrial boilers. This legislation has taken various forms, with California and Texas having the most stringent requi...
11 Turbulent flame speeds of high H2 mixtures2011This paper describes turbulent global consumption speed, ST,GC, measurements of H2/CO mixtures at atmospheric conditions. The turbulent flame properties of these mixtures are of strong practical interest due to the rising interest in expanding the role of coal-derived syngas fuels in the current ene...
12 Technical foundations to establish new criteria for efficient operation of industrial steam-assisted gas flares - presentation2009
13 Ultra-low NOx burner arrangements in furnace revamps: utilization of CFD to prevent and mitigate adverse furnace flow patterns2011As NOx emission regulations continue to become more stringent, the need to retrofit existing furnaces with Ultra-low NOx burner technology will continue to rise. Ultra-low NOx emissions from process burners are typically achieved by combining staged combustion with internal flue gas recirculation. A...
14 Studies on the pollutant emission characteristics of a number of oil-fired industrial process burners and the relationship to firing conditions1980
15 Steamizer XP next generation steam flare technology - presentation2009
16 Soot and OH distribution at the smoke point of diluted propylene-hydrogen mixture diffusion flames in cross-flow2004An experimental study of smoke point diffusion flames in cross-flow is presented from the perspective of understanding the role of hydroxyl (OH) radicals and oxygen molecules on soot concentration. The laser induced incandescence (LII) and the laser induced fluorescence (LIF) techniques were employe...
17 Oxy-coal combustion: effects of PO2 on coal jet stability in 02/C02 environnments2009The purpose of this research is to understand and predict the effects of near burner zone environment on ignition characteristics of a turbulent axial pulverized coal jet. In oxy-coal combustion this environment consists of O2 and CO2 (instead of N2). Ultimately the experiment will provide data for ...
18 Pressure-assisted flare emissions testing2007Due to increased concern regarding air emissions of highly-reactive volatile organic compounds (HRVOC) in the Greater Houston area, emissions from various sources in the area are now subject to much more scrutiny by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. One potential source of emissions is ...
19 Reaction efficiency of industrial flares the perspective of the past2003Dahm, Werner J. A. (2007). Scaling relations for flare interactions, flame lengths, and crosslighting requirements in large flare. American Flame Research Committee (AFRC).
20 Towards better prediction of ash related problems in biomass combustion via improved fuel analysis2009Future biomass combustion systems should be fuel flexible. To avoid operational problems such as fouling, slagging, fluidized bed agglomeration, and corrosion, the relation between ash behaviour and fuel composition needs to be known. Ash-related problems are strongly coupled to phase transitions. M...
21 Turbulent flame speeds of high H2 mixtures2011This paper describes turbulent global consumption speed, ST,GC, measurements of H2/CO mixtures at atmospheric conditions. The turbulent flame properties of these mixtures are of strong practical interest due to the rising interest in expanding the role of coal-derived syngas fuels in the current ene...
22 Temporally and spatially resolved calculations of a reacting coal jet using large eddy simulations (LES) and direct quadrature method of moments (DQMOM)2009In a turbulent combusting coal jet, accurate prediction of the particle and velocity distributions are critical for predicting flame characteristics and ultimately heat flux in a coal-fired boiler. The present work combines a state-of-the-art particle model and turbulent-reacting flow model to provi...
23 Zeeco "free-jet" technologies and application in industry2009The increased knowledge of damage caused to our health and environment by pollution has led to state and federal legislation requiring very low NOx emissions for process heater and industrial boilers. This legislation has taken various forms, with California and Texas having the most stringent requi...
24 Texas commission on environmental quality 2010 flare study2011-09-19
25 Ultra-low NOx burner arrangements in furnace revamps: utilization of CFD to prevent and mitigate adverse furnace flow patterns2011-09-18As NOx emission regulations continue to become more stringent, the need to retrofit existing furnaces with Ultra-low NOx burner technology will continue to rise. Ultra-low NOx emissions from process burners are typically achieved by combining staged combustion with internal flue gas recirculation. A...
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