Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner

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Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner. / Dinculescu, Daniel Dumitru; Lavric, Elena Daniela; Konnov, Alexander; De Ruyck, Jacques; Lavric, Vasile.

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 50 The American Chemical Society (ACS), 2011. p. 1070-1078.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingPaper in conference proceeding

Harvard

Dinculescu, DD, Lavric, ED, Konnov, A, De Ruyck, J & Lavric, V 2011, Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner. in Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. vol. 50, The American Chemical Society (ACS), pp. 1070-1078, International Symposium on New Frontiers in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2009/11/26. https://doi.org/10.1021/ie101211c

APA

Dinculescu, D. D., Lavric, E. D., Konnov, A., De Ruyck, J., & Lavric, V. (2011). Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner. In Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (Vol. 50, pp. 1070-1078). The American Chemical Society (ACS). https://doi.org/10.1021/ie101211c

CBE

Dinculescu DD, Lavric ED, Konnov A, De Ruyck J, Lavric V. 2011. Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner. In Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. The American Chemical Society (ACS). pp. 1070-1078. https://doi.org/10.1021/ie101211c

MLA

Dinculescu, Daniel Dumitru et al. "Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner". Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. The American Chemical Society (ACS). 2011, 1070-1078. https://doi.org/10.1021/ie101211c

Vancouver

Dinculescu DD, Lavric ED, Konnov A, De Ruyck J, Lavric V. Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner. In Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 50. The American Chemical Society (ACS). 2011. p. 1070-1078 https://doi.org/10.1021/ie101211c

Author

Dinculescu, Daniel Dumitru ; Lavric, Elena Daniela ; Konnov, Alexander ; De Ruyck, Jacques ; Lavric, Vasile. / Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 50 The American Chemical Society (ACS), 2011. pp. 1070-1078

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TY - GEN

T1 - Experimental Study of Local Axial Mixing in a Pilot-Scale Cold Burner

AU - Dinculescu, Daniel Dumitru

AU - Lavric, Elena Daniela

AU - Konnov, Alexander

AU - De Ruyck, Jacques

AU - Lavric, Vasile

PY - 2011

Y1 - 2011

N2 - The residence time distribution (RTD) approach was used to characterize the flow and mixing behavior of burners. This analysis consists of injecting an inert gaseous tracer into the feed and measuring its change in concentration at various detection points. The responses are then used to characterize the flow behavior and, thus, the local mixing in the space delimited by the injection and probe points. The outcome of this RTD analysis is a flow model that, combined with an appropriate kinetics, constitutes an efficient tool in examining the ways to reduce NOx emissions in existing installations. A replica made in plastic at a 1:1 scale of an industrial gas burner was used for cold experiments. As preliminary information, a chart of local mixing in the axial section of the burner chamber was obtained. Even though far from working conditions, cold experiments are beneficial because they reveal the existence of possible major flow disturbances, leading to imperfect or incomplete combustion, a source of NOx.

AB - The residence time distribution (RTD) approach was used to characterize the flow and mixing behavior of burners. This analysis consists of injecting an inert gaseous tracer into the feed and measuring its change in concentration at various detection points. The responses are then used to characterize the flow behavior and, thus, the local mixing in the space delimited by the injection and probe points. The outcome of this RTD analysis is a flow model that, combined with an appropriate kinetics, constitutes an efficient tool in examining the ways to reduce NOx emissions in existing installations. A replica made in plastic at a 1:1 scale of an industrial gas burner was used for cold experiments. As preliminary information, a chart of local mixing in the axial section of the burner chamber was obtained. Even though far from working conditions, cold experiments are beneficial because they reveal the existence of possible major flow disturbances, leading to imperfect or incomplete combustion, a source of NOx.

U2 - 10.1021/ie101211c

DO - 10.1021/ie101211c

M3 - Paper in conference proceeding

VL - 50

SP - 1070

EP - 1078

BT - Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research

PB - The American Chemical Society (ACS)

T2 - International Symposium on New Frontiers in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Y2 - 26 November 2009 through 27 November 2009

ER -