Handbook of Combustion

Handbook of Combustion

Online ISBN: 9783527628148

DOI: 10.1002/9783527628148

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  1. Part 1 Fundamentals and Safety
    1. 1 Combustion Fundamentals
    2. 2 Combustion Chemistry
    3. 3 Combustion Physics
    4. 4 Ignition: New Applications to Combustion Studies
    5. 5 Heat Transfer in Combustion Systems
    6. 6 Thermochemistry
    7. 7 Combustion Kinetic Modeling
    8. 8 Modeling of Turbulent Combustion
    9. 9 Modeling and Simulation of Droplet and Spray Combustion
    10. 10 Conventional and Innovative Spray Generation for Combustion Applications
    11. 11 Light Emission from Flames
    12. 12 Cool Flames
    13. 13 Industrial Steam Boilers
    14. 14 Fuel Cells
    15. 15 Toxicology of Combustion Products
    16. 16 Explosion Safety
    17. 17 Flame Retardants: Chemistry, Applications, and Environmental Impacts
    18. 18 Loss Prevention and Safety Promotion in Industry
    19. 19 Fire Safety
    20. 20 Smoke Spread in Buildings
  2. Part 2 Combustion Diagnostics and Pollutants
    1. 1 An Overview of Combustion Diagnostics
    2. 2 GC/MS for Combustion and Pyrolysis Research
    3. 3 Combustion Characteristics of Fossil Fuels by Thermal Analysis Methods
    4. 4 Gas Potentiometry: Oxygen-Based Redox Process Diagnostics in High-Temperature Environments
    5. 5 Spontaneous Raman Scattering Diagnostics: Applications in Practical Combustion Systems
    6. 6 CARS Spectroscopy
    7. 7 Laser Doppler Anemometry
    8. 8 Laser-Induced Fluorescence
    9. 9 Measurement of Particle Properties: Concentration, Size Distribution, and Density
    10. 10 Ultrafast Fluorescence Anisotropy for Combustion-Produced Nanoparticles Analysis
    11. 11 Formation and Diagnostics of Sprays in Combustion
    12. 12 Measurements in Large Power Plants
    13. 13 Carbon Monoxide
    14. 14 CO2 Greenhouse Gas Formation and Capture
    15. 15 Soot and Soot Diagnostics by Laser-Induced Incandescence
    16. 16 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Combustion
    17. 17 NOx Formation, Control and Reduction Techniques
    18. 18 Catalytic Technology for Soot and Gaseous Pollution Control
    19. 19 Corrosion
  3. Part 3 Gaseous and Liquid Fuels
    1. 1 Overview of Gaseous Fuels
    2. 2 Global Warming Implication of Natural Gas Combustion
    3. 3 Theory, Modeling and Computation of Gas Explosion Phenomena
    4. 4 Eulerian (Field) Monte Carlo Methods for Solving PDF Transport Equations in Turbulent Reacting Flows
    5. 5 Flame Lift-Off and Blow-Out Stability Limits and Their Application in Gas Burners
    6. 6 The Combustion of Low Heating Value Gaseous Fuel Mixtures
    7. 7 Hydrogen Combustion and Emissions in a Sustainable Energy Future
    8. 8 Combustion in Gas-fueled Compression Ignition Engines of the Dual Fuel Type
    9. 9 Fuel Gas Applications in Industry
    10. 10 Overview of Liquid Fuels
    11. 11 Hydrogen-Assisted Combustion and Emission Characteristics of Fossil Fuels
    12. 12 Liquid Biofuels: Biodiesel and Bioalcohols
    13. 13 Combustion in a Spark Ignition Engine
    14. 14 Diesel Combustion
    15. 15 Oil Outlook
  4. Part 4 Solid Fuels
    1. 1 Overview of Solid Fuels, Characteristics and Origin
    2. 2 Overview of Solid Fuels Combustion Technologies
    3. 3 Solid Biomass Combustion
    4. 4 Small-Scale Biomass Combustion
    5. 5 Coal Combustion
    6. 6 Pulverized Coal-Fired Boilers
    7. 7 Modeling Moving and Fixed Bed Combustion
    8. 8 Waste Combustion, MSW, Sewage Sludge, Hazardous, Grate and Rotary Kiln
    9. 9 Gasification and Pyrolysis of Coal
    10. 10 Gasification of Biomass and Waste
    11. 11 Fluidized Beds
    12. 12 Modeling of Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion
    13. 13 Agglomeration in Fluidized Bed Combustion: Mechanisms, Detection, and Counteraction
    14. 14 Ash-Forming Matter and Ash-Related Problems
    15. 15 Ash Fouling of Boiler Tubes and Thermophysical Properties of Deposits
    16. 16 Co-Firing Biomass with Coal in Fluidized Bed Combustion Systems
    17. 17 Co-utilization of Biomass Based Fuels in Pulverized Coal Power Plants in Europe
  5. Part 5 New Technologies
    1. 1 HCCI Combustion Chemistry, Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms and Controlling Strategies
    2. 2 Simulation of Low Temperature Combustion in Engines
    3. 3 Corona, Spark, and Electrothermal-Chemical Plasma Ignition Systems
    4. 4 Plasma-Assisted Ignition and Combustion
    5. 5 Laser Ignition
    6. 6 Combustion Enhancement and Stabilization: Principles of Plasma Assistance and Diagnostics Tools
    7. 7 Staged Combustion and Exhaust Gas Recirculation in Fluidized Beds
    8. 8 Hetero-/Homogeneous Combustion
    9. 9 Fluidized Bed Combustion of Natural Gas and other Hydrocarbons
    10. 10 MILD Combustion
    11. 11 Underground Coal Gasification: A Clean Coal Technology
    12. 12 Energy from Aquatic Biomass
    13. 13 Flameless Pulverized Coal Combustion
    14. 14 Warm Discharges for Fuel Conversion
    15. 15 Metal–Halocarbon Pyrolant Combustion
    16. 16 Control of Acoustically Coupled Combustion Instabilities
    17. 17 Combustion Synthesis
    18. 18 CO2 Sequestration from Combustion Sources
    19. 19 Overview of Oxy-Combustion Technologies with Pure Oxygen and Chemical Looping Combustion
    20. 20 Combustion of Pulverized Fuel in a CO2 Atmosphere
    21. 21 Energy Conversion Processes with CO2-Separation Not Reducing Efficiency

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