Effect of fuel vaporization upon emissions for a premixed vaporized combustion system
Larry Philip Cooper, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Lewis Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1980 - Technology & Engineering - 22 pages
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35 meters adiabatic flame temperature assess the impact baseline carbon monoxide combustion of liquid combustion of partially complete vaporization conical tube injector degree of fuel degree of vaporization different fuel injectors droplet burned duct Eeference velocity Effect of degree effect of fuel effect of vaporization EIIE EJEEEEE EE FLEMEHELDEE ELBE emis EPE SYMBELS flameholder plane fuel and air fuel vapor fraction fuel was injected gas sample injector to flameholder inlet pressure Jet A fuel lean stability limit lence ratios liquid droplet fraction meters per second multiple conical tube multiple jet injector NASA nitrogen oxide emission NOx emissions overall equivalence ratio oxide emission index partially vaporized mixtures perforated plate flameholder performed to assess phase adiabatic flame phase equivalence ratio probe located pseudo vapor range of equivalence range of inlet ratios of 0.60 shown in figure Spatial fuel distribution stoichiometric total NO emissions vapor phase adiabatic vapor phase equivalence vaporization upon emissions