Lean Combustion Technology and Control by Derek Dunn-Rankin

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Subjects:

  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Engineering - Mechanical,
  • Science / Technology,
  • Technology / Engineering / General,
  • Engineering - General,
  • Combustion,
  • Combustion engineering

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages280
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Open LibraryOL9282069M
ISBN 10012370619X
ISBN 109780123706195

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Welcome to Lean In from on Vimeo. Enter full screen. The combustion process in a gas turbine can be classified as diffusion flame combustion or lean-premix staged combustion.6 In diffusion flame combustion, both fuel and oxidizer are supplied to the reaction zone in an unmixed state.

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In addition to their. Although a lean combustion could be more complete, the peak combustion temperature is lower due to the cooling effect of the additional inert atmospheric nitrogen in a lean setup.

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Addresses chemical thermodynamics and kinetics, conservation equations for multi-component reacting flows, deflagration and detonation waves, premixed laminar flames, spray combustion of fuel droplets, ignition, and related topics.

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These concepts can be applied to other combustion systems, such as gas turbines. In combustion analysis, although the burn duration of the gasoline in stoichiometric conditions was shorter than CNG, this situation reversed in favor of CNG in the ultra-lean mixtures.

Contrary to some studies in the literature, the spark advance and ignition delay for CNG were the same or shorter than gasoline in this : Hüseyin Emre Doğan, Osman Akın Kutlar, Majid Javadzadehkalkhoran, Abdurrahman Demirci. Therefore, a better understanding of ultra-lean methane combustion is essential.

With three 5 mm × 50 mm rectangle cross-section slot jets, a novel sandwich-type triple-jet burner is proposed to provide stable combustion of an ultra-lean methane–air mixture with equivalence ratios from toand in extreme by: 1. Lean burn refers to the use of lean mixtures in an internal combustion engine.

The air-fuel ratios can be as high asso the mixture has considerably StudyMode - Premium and Free Essays, Term Papers & Book Notes. Combustion simulations were then performed to quantify the components that determine the efficiency vs.

dilution curve. Results showed how burn duration is the primary driver of lean combustion, with a limiting % burn duration at peak efficiency and a limiting % burn duration at the onset of rapid combustion variability.(cont.)Cited by: 6.

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