Flammability Handbook For Plastics Fifth Edition

Author: Carlos J. Hilado
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566766517
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The most important characteristic of the material in this stage is heat of
combustion, the amount of heat released by the combustion of a unit mass. The
net heat of combustion is the heat released by the combustion reactions, reduced
by the amount of heat required to bring the unit mass from its initial stage to the
combustion stage. If the net heat of combustion is negative, then an external heat
supply is required to continue combustion. If the net heat of combustion is
positive, then the ...


Author: Irvin Glassman
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0124115551
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The Chemistry And Technology Of Petroleum Fifth Edition

Author: James G. Speight
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439873909
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The relatively small portion of the oil that remains after the displacement
mechanisms have acted becomes the fuel for the in situ combustion process.
Production is obtained from wells offsetting the injection locations. In some
applications, the efficiency of the total in situ combustion operation can be
improved by alternating water and air injection. The injected water tends to
improve the utilization of heat by transferring heat from the rock behind the
combustion zone to the rock ...

Air Quality Fifth Edition

Author: Thad Godish
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466584459
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Emissions of unburned HCs decrease with increased engine speed as the
associated increase in turbulence enhances combustion and postcombustion
mixing and oxidation. They also decrease as the spark is retarded because more
combustion occurs and exhaust gases are hotter. Formation of NOx, which
includes nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and nitrous oxide (N2O), is
highly dependent on combustion chamber temperatures, which are directly
related to A/F ratios.

Principles And Methods Of Toxicology Fifth Edition

Author: A. Wallace Hayes
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849337789
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Combustion Techniques Many samples are not amenable to liquid scintillation
counting because they are either solids or otherwise incompatible with LSMs.
Total radioactivity in tissue samples and fecal samples can be determined by
combustion of the sample to carbon dioxide and water. "C in the original sample
is converted to "CO2 and tritium is converted to tritiated water. Combustion
instruments automatically combust samples on a platinum electrode covered with
a glass ...

The John Zink Hamworthy Combustion Handbook Second Edition

Author: Charles E. Baukal, Jr.
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 143983962X
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Gas Engineers Handbook, Industrial Press, New York, 1965. RD. Reed, Furnace
Operations, 3rd Edition, Gulf Publishing, Houston, TX, 1981. R. Pritchard, J.J. Guy
, and NE. Connor, Handbook ofIndus trial Gas Utilization, Van Nostrand Reinhold
, New York, 1977. R]. Reed, North American Combustion Handbook, Vol. I, 3rd
Edition, North American Mfg. Co., Cleveland, OH, 1986. IHEA, Combustion
Technology Manual, 5th Edition, Industrial Heating Equipment Association,
Arlington, ...

Hvac Systems Design Handbook Fifth Edition

Author: Roger W. Haines
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071625259
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Combustion is the process of burning—combining the fuel with oxygen and
igniting the mixture. The result is heat release, absorbed through radiation,
convection, and, to some extent, conduction. 11.5.1 The Combustion Process
The combustion process follows basic principles called the three Ts of
combustion. The first one is time—the time required for the air to properly mix with
the fuel and for the combustion process to be completed. It is critical when waste
materials are being ...

Encyclopedia Of Environmental Science And Engineering Fifth Edition Volumes One And Two

Author: James R. Pfafflin
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439851867
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The dust from the coal pulverization process can accumulate on the SCR catalyst
, creating plugging and fouling problems and decreasing performance. Thus, in
pulverized coal-fired applications, soot blowers are sometimes installed
upstream of the catalyst layers to “dust off” the catalyst surface. Selective
noncatalytic reduction (SNCR) The other major type of post combustion control is
selective noncatalytic reduction. SNCR reduces NOx through the same reactions
as SCR. However ...