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Main Title Fundamental combustion research applied to pollution formation. final report / Volume I, Fundamental combustion research program overview and gas-phase chemistry :
Author Seeker, W. R. ; Heap, M. P. ; Tyson, T. J. ; Kramlich, J. C. ; Corley, T. L.
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Seeker, W. R.
CORP Author Energy and Environmental Research Corp., Irvine, CA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Publisher G.P.O.,
Year Published 1985
Report Number EPA-68-02-2631; EPA/600/7-85/048
Stock Number PB86-122660
OCLC Number 48688808
Subjects Hydrocarbons. ; Combustion--Research--United States. ; Nitrogen oxides. ; Air quality management--United States
Additional Subjects Combustion ; Air pollution ; Vapor phase ; Nitrogen oxides ; Oxidation ; Hydrocarbons ; Stationary sources ; Gas phase
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NTIS  PB86-122660 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation viii, 389 pages : illustrations
Abstract
The report is the first in a series of four, documenting research performed under EPA's Fundamental Combustion Research (FCR) program. It is divided in two: Part A is a program overview and an introduction to the series; and Part B documents research performed in the gas-phase chemistry area. The primary focus of the FCR program is to better understand phenomena controlling formation of nitrogen oxides (NOx) from stationary combustion sources. A major effort was mounted to develop a set of elementary reactions describing NOx formation, particularly those involving fuel-bound nitrogen species. Since NOx formation is intimately coupled with the heat release process, it was essential that the assembled reaction set also accurately describe hydrocarbon oxidation. A methodology was employed where-by the kinetic set was systematically developed and evaluated. Development began with the simple hydrogen/air system and progressed in verified steps to methane/air. Each step involved comparison of prediction with available experimental data. Behavior at both short and long characteristics times was evaluated.
Notes
"Report no. EPA/600/7-85/048." "Report date October 1985." "Final report period 1/77 - 9/80." Microfiche.