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Main Title Burner Criteria for NOx Control. Volume 2. Heavy-Oil and Coal-Fired Furnaces and the Evaluation of Radiative Heat Transfer Models.
Author Heap, M. ; Lowes, T. ; Walmsley, R. ; Bartelds, H. ; LeVaguerese, P. ;
CORP Author International Flame Research Foundation, Ijmuiden (Netherlands).;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Year Published 1984
Report Number EPA-68-02-0202; EPA-600/7-84-015A;
Stock Number PB84-153253
Additional Subjects Nitrogen oxides ; Burners ; Air pollution control ; Mathematical models ; Heat transfer ; Design criteria ; Atomization ; Injection ; Comparison ; Heavy oils ; Furnaces ; Performance evaluation ; Revisions ; Combustion products ; Industrial wastes ;
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NTIS  PB84-153253 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 185p
Abstract
The report describes Phase II of a research program, the overall objective of which was to specify burner design criteria for minimum pollutant emissions from both pulverized-coal- and residual-fuel-oil-fired combustors. Phase II included both furnace investigations and the evaluation of radiative heat transfer models which could later be applied to the development of an analytical tool capable of predicting combustor performance; the models helped generalize the results obtained in the furnace experiments. The furnace investigation had three major objectives: providing further information on NOx formation in pulverized coal flames; extending the furnace investigations to include fuel oils; and identifying methods of satisfying combustor process requirements while minimizing NOx emissions through burner design. The report describes the development of several radiative heat transfer models and compares their predictive capabilities with both experimental results and hypothetical test cases.