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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Gas Turbines: Combustion and Fuel

The Role of Carbon Monoxide in NO2 Plume Formation

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Alan S. Feitelberg, Sanjay M. Correa

GE Corporate Research and Development, One Research Circle, Niskayuna, NY 12309

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 122(2), 287-292 (Jan 03, 2000) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.483215 History: Received March 09, 1999; Revised January 03, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Figures

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Calculated concentrations of CO (top), NO (middle) and NO2 (bottom) in constant pressure (P=1 atm) perfectly stirred reactors (PSRs) at various temperatures. Inlet gas composition=75 percent N2, 10 percent O2, 10 percent H2O, 5 percent CO2, 50 ppmv CO, and either 25 ppmv NO (solid lines and symbols) or 0 ppmv NO (dashed line). Solid and dashed lines indicate calculations using the Miller and Bowman reaction set. Symbols are points calculated using the reaction set in Table 1 (▪), Glarborg et al (•), or GRI-Mech 2.11 (▴).
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Calculated concentrations of OH (top), HO2 (middle), and H (bottom) at the same conditions as shown in Fig. 1
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Calculated composition profiles in a constant temperature (600°C) and pressure (1 atm) PFR. Initial gas composition=75 percent N2, 10 percent O2, 10 percent H2O, 5 percent CO2, 50 ppmv CO, and either 25 ppmv NO (solid lines, ———) or 0 ppmv NO (dashed line, – – –).
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Calculated PFR composition profiles of important radical species at the conditions of Fig. 3
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Peak rates of NO2 formation in a constant temperature and pressure PFR at various conditions. Initial gas composition=75 percent N2, 10 percent O2, 10 percent H2O, 5 percent CO2, and 25 ppmv NO. Solid line (———): initial CO concentration=50 ppmv, P=1 atm. Dotted line (⋯): initial CO concentration=12.5 ppmv, P=1 atm. Dot-dashed line (–⋅–⋅): initial CO concentration=12.5 ppmv, P=10 atm.

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