784 pages | 824 B/W Illus.
Until now, anyone conducting industrial combustion tests had to either rely on old methods, go scurrying through the literature to find proven applicable methodologies, or hire top-shelf consultants such as those that work for cutting-edge companies like John Zink. Manufacturers can no longer take industrial combustion for granted. Air and noise pollution standards must be met, and today no one can afford the inefficient use of fuel.
Drawing on three decades of experience, Charles Baukal Jr. is not only aware of the best methods but is responsible for designing and implementing a number of them, owning 11 patents of his own, as well as having hundreds of articles to his credit. Providing busy engineers with a convenient reference that gives them state-of-the-art techniques without having to cull through the literature, this practical compendium:
Written to make better practioners out of academicians and better scholars out of hands-on engineers, this unique volume teaches academics how to work at the large scales associated with industrial combustion, while also teaching engineers the rigorous approach needed for successful modeling.
Section I: General
Introduction, C.E. Baukal, Jr.
Testing Safety, C.E. Baukal, Jr.
Experimental Design, J. Colannino
Fluid Flow, W.Bussman and J. Colannino
Temperature, C.E. Baukal, Jr.
Heat Flux, C.E. Baukal, Jr .
Pollution Emissions, C.E. Baukal, Jr.
Combustion Noise, M.M. Fleifil, C.-C. Hantschk, and Edwin Schorer
Flame Impingement Measurements, C.E. Baukal, Jr.
Physical Modeling in Combustion Systems, C.G. Jian
Virtual Testing, E. Chui, A.M. Runstedtler, A.J. Majeski
Section II: Advanced Diagnostics
Laser Measurements, M. Marrocco and G. Troiani
CARS Temperature Measurements in Flames in Industrial Burners, P.M. Hughes, T. Parameswaran, and R.J. Lacelle
Diode Laser Temperature Measurements, T.P. Jenkins and J. Bergmans
Image-Based Techniques for the Monitoring of Flames, J. Ballester and R. Hernandez
High Temperature Cameras, W.J. Lang
Liquid Fuel Atomization Testing, K.A. Sallam
Section III: Burner Testing
Process Burners, J. Lewallen, T.M. Korb, J.A. Erazo, Jr., and E. Platvoet
Commercial Boiler Burners, Y. Chudnovsky and M. Gotovsky
Power Burners, V. Kermes, P. Belohradsky, P. Stehlik, and P. Skryja
Regenerative Combustion Using High Temperature Air Combustion Technology (HiTAC), A.K. Gupta, S. Mochida, and T. Yasuda
Characterization of Ribbon Burners, C. Stroud Alexander and M.C. Branch
Flameless Burners, J.G. Wunning and A. Milani
Radiant Tube Burners, M. Flamme, A. Milani, Joachim G. Wunning, W. Blasiak, W. Yang, D. Szewczyk, J. Sudo, and S. Mochida
Metallic Mat Gas Combustion, G. Toniato, A. Zambon, and A. D’Anna
Performance Prediction of Duct Burner Systems via Modeling and Testing, S. Londerville
Oxy-Fuel and Oxygen-Enhanced Burner Testing, L.E. Bool, III, N. Docquier, C. Periasamy, and L.J. Rosen
Section IV: Flare Testing
Large-Scale Flare Testing, C.E. Baukal, Jr., J. Hong, R. Poe, and R. Schwartz
Flare Experimental Modeling, C. Periasamy and S.R. Gollahalli
Flare Radiation, W. Bussman and J. Hong
Section V: Testing in Combustors
Cement Kilns, G. Cinti and E.D. Cristea
Glass Furnaces, R.R. Hayes and C.E. Baukal, Jr .
Thermal Oxidizer Testing, B.C. Johnson and N. Petersen
Utility Boilers, G. Toniato and S.R. Stella