Energy Management Handbook

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Publisher: The Fairmont Press, Inc.
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condenses in an atmosphere of combustion gases (CO2, NOx, and SO2), the
moisture forms acids based on those products of combustion, such as carbonic
acid, nitric acid, and sulfuric acid. The acids will corrode the exhaust stack, and
possibly worse, the boiler itself. Table 5-10. Recommended Minimum Exhaust
Gas Exit Temperature to Avoid Corrosion Problems —————————————
——————————— Source: Handbook of Energy Engineering, 5th edition.

Flammability Handbook For Plastics Fifth Edition

Author: Carlos J. Hilado
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566766517
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The most important characteristic of the material in this stage is heat of
combustion, the amount of heat released by the combustion of a unit mass. The
net heat of combustion is the heat released by the combustion reactions, reduced
by the amount of heat required to bring the unit mass from its initial stage to the
combustion stage. If the net heat of combustion is negative, then an external heat
supply is required to continue combustion. If the net heat of combustion is
positive, then the ...

Managing Indoor Air Quality Fifth Edition

Author: Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D.
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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The major categories of products resulting from combustion can be listed as
carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate material, and
polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH). Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless
, tasteless and colorless gas. Nitrogen oxides (NOx) includes nitrogen
compounds NO, NO2, N2O, OONO, ON(O)O, N2O)4 and N2O5. All are irritant
gases, which can impact on human health. Particulates represents a broad class
of chemical and physical ...


Author: Irvin Glassman
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0124115551
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Irvin Glassman, Richard A. Yetter, Nick G. Glumac. Combustion Irvin Glassman,
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The Chemistry And Technology Of Petroleum Fifth Edition

Author: James G. Speight
Publisher: CRC Press
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The relatively small portion of the oil that remains after the displacement
mechanisms have acted becomes the fuel for the in situ combustion process.
Production is obtained from wells offsetting the injection locations. In some
applications, the efficiency of the total in situ combustion operation can be
improved by alternating water and air injection. The injected water tends to
improve the utilization of heat by transferring heat from the rock behind the
combustion zone to the rock ...

Air Quality Fifth Edition

Author: Thad Godish
Publisher: CRC Press
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Emissions of unburned HCs decrease with increased engine speed as the
associated increase in turbulence enhances combustion and postcombustion
mixing and oxidation. They also decrease as the spark is retarded because more
combustion occurs and exhaust gases are hotter. Formation of NOx, which
includes nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and nitrous oxide (N2O), is
highly dependent on combustion chamber temperatures, which are directly
related to A/F ratios.

Principles And Methods Of Toxicology Fifth Edition

Author: A. Wallace Hayes
Publisher: CRC Press
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Combustion Techniques Many samples are not amenable to liquid scintillation
counting because they are either solids or otherwise incompatible with LSMs.
Total radioactivity in tissue samples and fecal samples can be determined by
combustion of the sample to carbon dioxide and water. "C in the original sample
is converted to "CO2 and tritium is converted to tritiated water. Combustion
instruments automatically combust samples on a platinum electrode covered with
a glass ...

The John Zink Hamworthy Combustion Handbook Second Edition

Author: Charles E. Baukal, Jr.
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439839638
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C.A. Martins, J.A. Carvalho, Jr., C.A.G. Veras, M.A. Ferreira, and P.T. Lacava,
Experimental measurements of the NOx and CO concentrations operating in
oscillatory and non-oscillatory burning conditions, Fuel, 85, 1, 84–93, 2006. C.A.
Martins, J.A. Carvalho, M.A. Ferreira, and C.A.G. Veras, An experimental
investigation of NOx formation in a Rijke type pulse combustor, Fifth International
Conference on Technologies and Combustion for a Clean Environment, The
Combustion Institute ...

Sensory Evaluation Techniques Fifth Edition

Author: Gail Vance Civille
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482208679
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The heat of combustion of a substance at 25 °C can be calculated from the
enthalpy of formation (AfH°) data in the table “Standard Thermodynamic
Properties of Chemical Substances” in this section. We can write the general
combustion reaction as X + O2 % COZ(g) + HZO (l) + other products For a
compound containing only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, the reaction is simply
C..Hbo. t a+ibigc102 Ha CO2 (g)+%b HZO(1) and the standard heat of
combustion ACH", which is defined ...