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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5713

Title: Nonluminous Spray Combustion in a Jet-Mixing-Type Combustor
Authors: ARAI, Masataka
HIROYASU, Hiroyuki
NAKAMORI, Kaoru
NAKASO, Shinji
Keywords: Combustion
Liquid Fuel
Flame
Combustion Products
Burner
Spray Combustion
Nonluminous Flame
Issue Date: 5-Nov-1991
Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
Citation: JSME international journal Ser 2 Fluids engineering, heat transfer power combustion thermophysical properties. 34-Ⅱ(4), 540-547 (1991)
Abstract: A new combustion system called a jet-mixing-type combustor was designed to obtain a nonluminous blue flame of a kerosene spray. A spray was injected by a conventional-type swirl atomizer into the combustor, and combustion air was introduced through a baffle plate with 16 inlet holes. The principle of this combustion method was revealed as a prompt mixing of the air and spray, which was achieved by high-speed air jets. The combustion characteristics such as combustion stability, temperature distribution and exhaust emissions were compared with a conventional swirler-type combustor. NO and THC emissions exhausted from nonluminous kerosene flame were at lower levels than those exhausted from the swirler-type combustor.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5713
ISSN: 09148817
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