2 edition of Spontaneous ignition of liquid fuels. found in the catalog.
Spontaneous ignition of liquid fuels.
B. P. Mullins
by Butterworth"s Scientific Publications, published for and on behalf of the Adviory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development, North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Written in English
|Series||AGARDograph -- no.4|
|Contributions||Advisory Group for AeronauticalResearch and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||117|
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Spontaneous ignition of liquid fuels. London, Published for and on behalf of the Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, by Butterworths Scientific Publications, The spontaneous-ignition and ignition delays of liquid fuel droplets falling (i) on a heated surface and (ii) through heated air are investigated.
The effects of fuel properties, droplet size, initial temperature, material of the surface and additives in the fuel on the ignition delays of liquid fuel droplets falling on a heated surface are ?uin= The Spontaneous-Ignition of Liquid Fuels.
By Suppramaniam. Satcunanathan. Get PDF (0 MB) Abstract. The spontaneous-ignition and ignition delays of liquid fuel droplets falling (i) on a heated surface and (ii) through heated air are investigated. The effects of fuel properties, droplet size, initial temperature, material of the surface and Spontaneous ignition temperature data is presented in Chapter 11 pages 61 to 72 for substances arranged in alphabetical order and comprises more than entries.
Other chapters deal with general theoretical considerations, fuel additives and applications of spontaneous ignition :// The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the ignition characteristics of combustible liquids that are in widespread use as fuels and solvents and are encountered as process fluids in the chemical and process industries.
Ignition leads to flaming combustion in which the fuel undergoes a change of state and is converted from liquid to :// Theoretical and experimental studies dealing with the spray ignition phenomena are reviewed. Two major topics covered are external-source ignition of liquid fuel sprays and spontaneous spray :// This book is a very entertaining look at the insane mad science of rocket fuel development in the s and 60s.
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The spray ignition and combustion of liquid fuels has long been an important topic in combustion research. Aggarwal reviewed theoretical and experimental studies dealing with the spray ignition phenomena covering both the external-source ignition of liquid fuel sprays and the spontaneous spray.
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Chain spontaneous ignition C. Thermal spontaneous ignition 1. Semenov approach of thermal ignition 2. Frank-Kamenetskii theory of thermal ignition D. Forced ignition 1. Spark ignition and minimum ignition energy 2.
Ignition by adiabatic compression and shock waves E. Other ignition concepts In the case of liquid fuels, the fuel droplet attains a vapor pressure corresponding to the temperature of the heated air. In essence, droplet ignition is brought about by the heated flowing air stream.
This type of ignition is called “forced ignition” in contrast to the “self-ignition” conditions of Spontaneous ignition is defined as : “the chemical or biological process that generates sufficient heat to ignite the reacting material.” In such instances, the ignition occurs without the presence of an external ignition source: It is solely attributable to the self-heating process of An illustration of an open book.
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Spontaneous ignition of liquid fuels dispersed in hot air under elevated pressure plays a prodominant role in diesel engines and gas turbines. While in the first case autoignition is a prerequisit Abstract.
The contents of the book are divided into 9 chapters. These are entitled Chemical Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics, Explosive and General Oxidation Characteristics of Fuels, Flame Phenomena in Premixed Combustible Gases, Detonation, Diffusion Flames, Ignition, Environmental Combustion Considerations, and the Combustion of ://Basic ignition, evaporation and combustion behavior of liquid fuel droplets containing metal nanoparticles is experimentally investigated.
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