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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Fuels and Combustion Technology

Development of the Radially Stratified Flame Core Low NOx Burner: From Fundamentals to Industrial Applications

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J. M. Beér, M. A. Toqan, J. M. Haynes

Department of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Room 66-548, Cambridge, MA 02139-4307

R. W. Borio

49 Deerfield Drive, Somers, CT 06071

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 126(2), 248-253 (Jun 07, 2004) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1688767 History: Received August 01, 2002; Revised August 01, 2003; Online June 07, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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NOx emission as a function of air atomization pressure for 0 and 5 deg Y-jet atomizers, 9
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NOx emissions burning HV bituminous pulverized coal, 10
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Oil droplet trajectories in flame type A, 1213
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Oil droplet trajectories in flame type C, 1213
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Oil droplet trajectories in flame type B, 1213
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Experimental CO emissions versus NOx and opacity (ISBF), 13
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Formation and reduction of nitrogen oxides in combustion, 3
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Schematic of laboratory prototype low NOx RSFC burner, 7
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NOx emission form a density stratified natural gas/air turbulent diffusion flame. The effects of steam injection and flue gas recirculation (steam/fuel ratio=0.12 kg/kg.O2 at exit=3%,8).
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Methane isoconcentration lines in stratified natural gas flame. Dotted line: regions of damped turbulence, Ri*∼1,8.
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Residual oil RSFC results, NOx emissions with boiler load variation, 14
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Natural gas: RSFC NOx emissions with boiler load variation, 14
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Coal: baseline and RSFC burner NOx with boiler load variation, 14
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Coal: baseline and post RSFC NOx variation with excess oxygen, 14
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Low NOx burner schematic
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Schlieren photographs of a turbulent methane jet flame in a cylindrical screen, 5. Left: stationary screen; right: rotating screen.

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