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The John Zink Combustion Handbook (Industrial Combustion)

The John Zink Combustion Handbook (Industrial Combustion)

by: Charles E. Baukal Jr.

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year: 2001
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Despite the length of time it has been around, its importance, and vast amounts of research, combustion is still far from being completely understood. Industrial applications of combustion add environmental, cost, and fuel consumption issues to its fundamental complexity, and the process and power generation industries in particular present their own unique challenges The John Zink Combustion Handbook is dedicated to improving that understanding and meeting those challenges. Under the leadership of Charles E. Baukal, Jr., top combustion engineers and technologists from the world-renowned John Zink Company have joined forces to bring you this landmark work— a synthesis of the multi-disciplinary background that will broaden your understanding, hone your skills, and further advance the art and science of industrial combustion. Background—The fundamentals of thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, fluid mechanics, and transport processes of combustion Equipment—Design, maintenance, and troubleshooting Applications—Duct burners, boiler burners, flares, thermal oxidizers


A general reference on combustion and a detailed reference on industrial combustion for the chemical, hydrocarbon, petrochemical, power generation, and thermal oxidation industries, written by 30 top combustion engineers and technologists currently or formerly with the John Zink Company. Chapters are organized in two sections on theory and applications. Presents basic theory from relevant disciplines, covering thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer, and chemical kinetics, and explores specific equipment design issues and applications in the process and power generation industries. Includes color photos and figures on every page. For engineers, researchers, designers, operators, technologists, and regulators involved in all aspects of combustion, particularly in the process industries. The editors are affiliated with the John Zink Company. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Table of Contents
Prologue Ch. 1 Introduction 3 Ch. 2 Fundamentals 33 Ch. 3 Heat Transfer 69 Ch. 4 Fundamentals of Fluid Dynamics 117 Ch. 5 Fuels 157 Ch. 6 Pollutant Emissions 189 Ch. 7 Noise 223 Ch. 8 Mathematical Modeling of Combustion Systems 251 Ch. 9 CFD Based Combustion Modeling 287 Ch. 10 Combustion Safety 327 Ch. 11 Burner Design 351 Ch. 12 Combustion Controls 372 Ch. 13 Experimental Design for Combustion Equipment 401 Ch. 14 Burner Testing 431 Ch. 15 Installation and Maintenance 449 Ch. 16 Burner/Heater Operations 469 Ch. 17 Troubleshooting 501 Ch. 18 Duct Burners 523 Ch. 19 Boiler Burners 547 Ch. 20 Flares 589 Ch. 21 Thermal Oxidizers 637 App. A Physical Properties of Materials 695 App. B Properties of Gases and Liquids 715 App. C Common Conversions 725 Index 729

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