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201 Drake, Robert A.Combustion Progress, Problems, Needs in the Glass Industry1986
202 Seebold, James G.Combustion R&D Needs in the Petroleum Refining Industry1989
203 Misra, MahendraCombustion Research Needs for Glass Industry1996
204 Richter, Wolfgang ; Kobayashi, HisashiCombustion Space Modelling of Oxy-Fuel Fired Glass Melter1990
205 Jain, RameshCombustion System Requirements For Advanced Gas-Fired Processes1986
206 Jain, RameshCombustion System Requirements for Advanced Technologies1986
207 Onoda, Masami; Okimori, Mayumi; Takikawa, Iemitsu; Ikezaki, Eiji; Hiramoto, YujiCombustion Techniques in Remote CC-HDR Process1991
208 Pan, Y. S.; Bellas, G. T.; Joubert, J. I.Combustion Tests with Alternative Fuels in Oil-Designed Boilers1981
209 Khinkis, MarkCombustion With Oxygen Enriched Air1986
210 Dobos, Charles; Eustes, JohnCombustion With Preheated Air Introduction1986
211 Beer, J. M.; Farmayan, W. F.; Monroe, L. S.; Srinivasachar, S.; Teare, J. D.The Combustion, Heat Transfer, Pollutant Emission and Ash Deposition Characteristics of Concentrated Coal Water Slurries1983
212 Turan, A.; Chatwani, A. U.; Loftus, P. J.; Stickler, D. B.Combustor Modelling - A Maturing State of the Art1988
213 Commercial Operating Experience with the Rapid Mix Ultra Low Emission Burner1998
214 Barsin, J. A.Commercialization of Coal-Water Slurries1982
215 Barsin, J. A.Commercialization of Coal-Water Slurries - II1982
216 Fiveland, W. A.; Morita, Shigeki; Azuhata, ShigeruComo a Numerical Model for Predicting Furnace Performance in Axisymmetric Geometries1983
217 Martin, MatthewComparison of empirically based calculation methods for pipe flares to computational fluid dynamics2007As available computational resources increase and the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) becomes more widely accepted wider classes of industrial scale combustion systems are being simulated and optimized using these resources. A largebody of empirically based work has already been assembled ...
218 Yousheng ZengComparison of Three Methods to Monitor Flare Combustion Efficiency2016-09-13Conference paper
219 Westbrook, Charles K.Computation of Adiabatic Flame Temperatures and Other Thermodynamic Quantities1986
220 Duck, BrianComputational fluid dynamic modeling of a ground flare2007A major ethylene plant underconstruction in Al-Jubail, Saudi Arabia found itself under pressure from neighboring facilities and regulatory agencies to reduce flare emissions, flame visibility, and noise. Plant personnel contacted a company that had pioneered and commercialized a grade mounted, multi...
221 Korhonen, Sirpa; Jacobson, Tommy; Jaakelainen, KariComputational Fluid Dynamics Based Analysis of Bubbling Fluidised Bed Combustion1998
222 Visser, B. M.; Weber, R.Computations of Near Burner Zone Properties of Semi-Industrial Pulverised Coal Flames1989
223 Computer Modeling of a Bark Boiler1998
224 Smith, Philip J.Computing flame dynamics using massively parallel computers to span scales from the atomistic to the industrial2004
225 Desam, Padmabhushana R.; Smith, Philip J.; Borodai, Stainslav G.; Kumar, SeshadriComputing flare dynamics using large eddy simulations2004Computing the dynamics of flares is motivated by the increased need for efficient and safe flaring of unwanted gases during hydrocarbon and petrochemical processing. To understand the unsteady flame shape dynamics, Large Eddy Simulations (LES) are used to study natural gas flares in the presence of ...
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