Effect of flameholder pressure drop on emissions and performance of premixed-prevaporized combustors
Robert A. Duerr, Valerie J. Lyons, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 19 pages
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0A Open symbols 35-m/sec reference velocity 7A A 0A aata blockage High blockage blowout equivalence ratio carbon dioxide carbon monoxide cm in diameter combustion inefficiency combustor entrance conditions conditions of 600 conical flameholder mounted contraction section correlation of combustion dimensions in cm duct was tested effects of flameholder emission index emissions and performance Equivalence ratio Figure figure 17 flameholder geometry flameholder pressure drop Fuel injector fuel was injected function of flameholder gas-sampling probes High blockage High high-blockage flameholder injected at flow Inlet air pressure inlet air temperature inlet pressure Jet A fuel lean premixed-prevaporized combustors lean stability limit Lewis Research Center low-blockage flameholder Mach number measured for combustor N0x emissions NASA nitrogen oxides Open symbols denote orifice plate performance of lean probe 0 Solid ratio of 0.6 results for high-blockage shown in figure Solid symbols denote symbols denote probe tests were conducted tradeoff unburned hydrocarbons values of flameholder