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Lecture_12_notes - 1 1 Chemical Engineering 633 Combustion...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 1 Chemical Engineering 633 Combustion Processes Review 1 Exam 1 Review Classes 1-11 (plus review) Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Stoichiometry Thermochemistry Equilibrium Chapter 3 Mass transfer Chapter 4 Combustion Kinetics Chapter 5 (part) Combustion Mechanisms 2 Reading: Chps 1-5 Homework assignments 1-4 Class discussions 2 Class 1--Introduction Syllabus Schedule Handouts Introductions Combustion Overview Fundamentals Fuels Pollutants Applications 3 Class 2Combustion and Energy Definition and characterization of combustion Premixed and nonpremixed flames Energy use and energy density Combustion Issues land, resources, pollutants (NOx, SOx, PM, metals) IPCC Climate Change Temperatures, sea level, snow cover CO2, CH4, N2O, Radiative forcings Climate models Other points of viewGWPP solor activity correlation glacier shortening 4 3 Class 3Stoichiometry Air composition, MW N 2 /O 2 ratio, Air/O 2 ratio MW in terms of x i MW in terms of y i Convert x i to y i Stoichiometry Equivalence ratio (know definition) Mixture fraction (know definition) General stoichiometric reaction for hydrocarbon combustion to products of complete combustion. (know the formula and how to get it).(know the formula and how to get it)....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course CHE 633 taught by Professor Davido.lignel during the Winter '12 term at BYU.

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Lecture_12_notes - 1 1 Chemical Engineering 633 Combustion...

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