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Lecture_23_notes - Chemical Engineering 633 Combustion...

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1 1 Chemical Engineering 633 Combustion Processes Premixed Flames Roadmap • Previous – Stoichiometry – Thermodynamics – Transport – Kinetics – 0-D reactors: Batch, CSTR – Governinging Equations • Next: – Flames – Premixed flames – Flammability/ignition – Diffusion Flames – Turbulent flames • Diffusion, premixed – Soot/radiation – Solid/liquid combustion 2
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2 Premixed Flames 3 Oxidizer + Fuel Products Bunsen Flames 4
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3 More Flames 5 Questions • Why are the flames blue? • Why are they shaped that way? • How fast is the flame? • How thin is the flame? • How do these depend on T, P, φ ? • What are the basic combustion properties? • Why and how are premixed flames used? • What are safety considerations? 6
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4 Premixed Characteristics Premixed flames link previous concepts Kinetics Transport Thermochemiostry / Stoichiometry Laminar flames are a prerequisite for turbulent flames. Reactants are premixed, but can be rich or lean
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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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