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Effect of primary zone equivalence ratio on pollutant formation

Russell W. Claus

Effect of primary zone equivalence ratio on pollutant formation

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aircraft gas-turbines -- Testing.,
  • Aircraft exhaust emissions.

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    StatementRussell W. Claus.
    SeriesNASA technical paper -- 1463.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office., Lewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17825809M

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Effect of primary zone equivalence ratio on pollutant formation by Russell W. Claus Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effect of primary zone equivalence ratio on pollutant formation. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], the effect of primary-zone equivalence ratio on the formation of gaseous pollutants.

Special emphasis was placed on reducing the smoke produced during fuel-rich combus- tion in the primary zone. A number of fuel-injection techniques were investigated in an attempt to minimize smoke formation.

Pollutant Formation and Control in Combustion Chap. 3 We must determine the N atom concentration ifwe are to calculate the rate ofNO fOlmation. Since the activation energy for oxidation ofthe nitrogen atom is small and. for fuel-lean conditions, the reaction involves a major component of the gas.

the free nitrogen atoms are consumed as rapidly as they are generated, establishing a quasi­File Size: 1MB. Request PDF | Combined effect of equivalence ratio and velocity gradients on flame stability and emission formation | Abstract Premixed flames have shown to behave differently while operating.

An experimental study on the effect of swirl number on pollutant formation in propane bluff-body stabilized swirl diffusion flames Article in Physics of Fluids 31(5) May with 43 Reads. Pollutant Formation. and Control Pollutant Formation and Control All IC engines produce undesirable emissions as a result of combustion.

The emissions of concern are unburned hydrocarbons (UHC), carbon monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen such as Effect of primary zone equivalence ratio on pollutant formation book oxide and nitrogen dioxide (NOx), sulfur dioxide, and solid carbon particulates.

These emissions pollute the environment and contribute to acid. The additives complicate the math a bit, but the stoichiometric ratio is around 14 for many fuels. The equivalence ratio is just the actual air-to-fuel ratio divided by the theoretical.

My understanding of the equivalence ratio is that if it is below 1, then there is too little air (compared to the stoichometric mix). The processes responsible for the production of pollutants in the cylinder of a conventional SI engine—i.e., a reciprocating carbureted four-stroke engine—are illustrated qualitatively in Fig.

1 which shows three important stages in the combustion process. In the first stage, the compressed fuel–air mixture is ignited by a spark, and a flame front propagates across the by: 1. Introduction. The emission of a variety of pollutant gases (e.g., nitrogen oxides, NO x, and volatile organic compounds, VOCs) into the troposphere may present a health risk either directly, or as a result of their can lead to a variety of secondary oxidised products, many of which are potentially more harmful than their by:   The peak temperature in primary zone increases till equivalence ratio reaches ϕ= But at high equivalence ratio, i.

e., ϕ≥, the peak temperature in primary zone decreases and that in dilution zone increases. Soot concentration increases at liner front end as well as in dilution zone when equivalence ratio increases from to Cited by: 7. This chapter deals with pollutant formation and the consequential health effects.

The major features of pollutants arising from biomass combustion are discussed. These include smoke, Unburned Hydrocarbons (UBH), volatiles, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH), Nitrogen Oxides (NO x), other nitrogenous pollutants, sulphur, chlorine compounds Cited by: 1. POINT SOURCES OF POLLUTION: LOCAL EFFECTS AND IT’S CONTROL CONTENTS VOLUME I Point Sources of Pollution: Local Effects and Control 1 Chen Jining, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China Qian Yi, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 1.

Health and Environmental Effects of Primary Pollutants. Print. The pollutants that are emitted directly from a combustion process – or the products of combustion - are called “primary pollutants.” Carbon dioxide (CO 2) is not a pollutant that would harm our health but it is a proven greenhouse gas.

Effect of primary zone equivalence ratio on pollutant formation book has an ability to absorb infrared. PAH and soot formation in premixed flames of toluene, toluene/n-heptane, and n-heptane were investigated by Westmoreland et al. [5]. The entire stream of combustion products was collected by a glass hood and flame samples were taken using glass filter and XAD-2 poly-meric resin.

They studied a heptane flame at equivalence ratio of Solar radiation leads to more pollutants; secondary pollutant levels increase greatly when the solar radiation is high. Rain prevents the buildup and formation of secondary pollutants because the primary pollutants that react with sunlight to form secondary pollutants are File Size: KB.

(b) Identify a nitrogen-containing primary pollutant that contributes to the formation of photochemical smog. Describe how that primary pollutant forms and explain why Councilman Budd was wrong.

Three points can be earned: 1 point for identifying a nitrogen-containing primary pollutant; 1 point for. An advanced numerical investigation has been carried out in order to study the effect of multiple injection strategies on Caterpillar heavy-duty diesel engine emissions.

Both different injected fuel percentages for each pulse and several dwells between main and post phase were investigated via computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and large eddy simulation (LES). Two sets of simulations were Cited by: The present work investigates the effect of utilizing transverse air jets as well as its interactions with the recirculation zone on pollutant emission characteristics at different jet locations, jet mass ratios, and overall equivalence : Ahmed M.

ELKady, San-Mou Jeng, Hukam Mongia. Yet pollutant formation during combustion of fossil fuels is a central topic and will continue to be so in future.

This book provides a detailed and rigorous treatment of the coupling of chemical reactions and fluid flow. Also, combustion-specific topics of chemistry and fluid mechanics are considered, and tools described for the simulation of. Many studies have been carried out to analyze the influence of operative parameters on the combustion in small-scale biomass combustion plants [3,5,24].It has been demonstrated that one of the most important parameters is the primary air flow rate [].Depending on the primary airflow through the bed, three different stages of combustion can be identified [7,24].Cited by: 8.

Primary pollutant is a substance put directly into the air by human activity. secondary pollutant form when a primary p[ollutant comes in contact with a naturally occurring substance, such as water vapor and a chemical reaction takes place.

The delay in NO x formation is attributed to the operation of the primary zone under fuel rich conditions resulting in a less favorable condition for NO x formation. The residence time for droplet burning increased with a decrease in engine by: Primary Pollutant.

Produced From burning fuels Is released directly into atmosphere. Primary vs Secondary 13 Terms. addison_gregory7. Primary and Secondary Pollutants 16 Terms.

OceanEyes Carbon monoxide 14 Terms. wbarry A&P // Organs of the Digestive System 19 Terms. kroghair ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the major differences between primary and secondary pollutants are as follows: Primary Pollutant: 1. They are pollutants which are passed into environment in the form they are produced.

ADVERTISEMENTS: 2. They belong to various categories like particulate, aerosol, reduced, oxidized. They are less toxic. They do not show synergism.

zone of equivalence: a region of an antibody-antigen reaction in which concentrations of both reactants are equal. •Air pollutants can present a real danger to living organisms as well as the wider environment. • Air pollutants come in the form of gases and finely divided solid and liquid aerosols.

• Aerosols are loosely defined as “any solid or liquid particles suspended in the air”. • Air pollutants can also be of primary or secondary nature. • Primary air pollutants are the ones that are File Size: 2MB.

Figure shows hoFigure shows how three main w three main w three main exhaust pollutant products (CO,HC and NOexhaust pollutant products (CO,HC and NO XXXX) vary from different airdifferent airfuel ratio operating on either side of the stochiometfuel ratio operating on either side of the stochiometrric ratio for a very rich ic ratio for a File Size: KB.

Assessing anthropogenic impact on secondary pollutant formation in the South Eastern US via airborne formaldehyde measurements J. Kaiser, G. Wolfe, T. Hanisco, M. Marvin, F. Keutsch, Assessing anthropogenic impact on secondary pollutant formation in the South Eastern US via.

The Primary Reaction Zone in Methane Combustion J. AY and M. SICHEL Department of Aerospace Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan The complete kinetics of the CH4-air reaction are used to study the details of NO formation near the primary reaction zone.

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In order to give the reader an introduction into the complex processes, the book starts with a description of the fundamental mechanisms and categories of fuel in- jection, spray break-up, and mixture formation in internal combustion engines.

They are presented in a comprehensive way using data from experimental investi- gations. Primary Equivalence Ratio, defined as the actual primary fuel/air ratio divided by the stoichiometric fuel/air ratio. The stoichiometric fuel/air ratio is the theoretical ratio of fuel to oxidizer or air that results in complete combustion with no remaining or leftover fuel and no leftover oxidizer or air.

P&ID Piping and installation diagram. Primary Pollutants. injected into the atmosphere directly. examples include: carbon monoxide (CO) odorless, colorless, poisonous gas; created by incomplete combustion (especially bad with older cars).

Figure 1. Emissions NOx (a) and SOx (b) – from land-based sources and international shipping. It has been estimated that about 90 % of the total sulphur dioxide (SO 2) and NOx emissions from ships in the North Sea, including the English Channel, originate from a zone of approximately 50 nautical miles from the coast ational shipping was estimated to be a source of 97 % of Cited by: 1.

Air pollution occurs when harmful or excessive quantities of substances are introduced into Earth's s of air pollution include gases (such as ammonia, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxides, methane and chlorofluorocarbons), particulates (both organic and inorganic), and biological may cause diseases, allergies and even death to humans; it may also cause.

affected by the primary zone equivalence ratio. The further the equivalence ratio is reduced belowthe greater the reduction in NOx emissions. However, if the. equivalence ratio is reduced too far, CO emissions increase and flame stability problems occur.

For combustors with reduced residence time, the. APTD • Low NOx Emission Combustor For Automobile Gas Turbine Engines Prepared By Davids and n SOLAR DIVISION INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY Pacific Highway San Diego, California CONTRACT NUMBER EPA Project Officers H.

Butze and Robert B. Schulz Prepared For U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. Abstract. A method is described of combusting hydrocarbon fuel, comprising: (a) mixing the fuel with a first air stream to form a fuel/air mixture having an equivalence ratio greater than 1; (b) partially oxidizing the fuel by contacting the fuel/air mixture with an oxidation catalyst in a catalytic oxidation stage, thereby generating a heat of reaction and a partial oxidation product stream.

@article{osti_, title = {Combustion oscillation: Chemical control showing mechanistic link to recirculation zone purge time}, author = {Gemmen, R S and Richards, G A and Yip, M J and Norton, T S}, abstractNote = {Active control mechanisms are being examined for lean premix combustion applications, such as gas turbine generators.

Lean premix combustors are susceptible to large combustion Cited by: 1. A primary pollutant is an air pollutant emitted directly from a source. A secondary pollutant is not directly emitted as such, but forms when other pollutants (primary pollutants) react in the atmosphere. Examples of a secondary pollutant include ozone, which is formed when hydrocarbons (HC) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) combine in the presence of sunlight; NO2, which is formed as NO combines.

I think you're thinking of Nitrogen Oxide, aka NOx, is a group of different gases made up of different levels of oxygen and nitrogen.

Two of the most common nitrogen oxides are:. Epidemiological findings concerning the seasonal variation in the acute effect of particulate matter (PM) are inconsistent. We investigated the seasonality in the association between PM with an aerodynamic diameter of less than 10 μm (PM 10) and daily mortality in 17 Chinese fitted the “main” time-series model after adjustment for time-varying confounders using smooth Cited by: DIVIDED CHAMBER ENGINE - OPERATING CONDITIONS TESTED Compression Ratio C.R.

= Primary to Clearance Volume Ratio 3 = Orifice to Piston Diameter Ratio a = Speed RPM Ignition Timing MET Injection Timing ° § 70° BTDC Overall Fuel-Air Equivalence Ratio - Degree of Air Throttling 0 -