Publication detail

Development of low emission monoblock burner: Atomization and combustion of liquid fuels.

SLÁMA, J. JÍCHA, M. JEDELSKÝ, J.

Original Title

Development of low emission monoblock burner: Atomization and combustion of liquid fuels.

English Title

Development of low emission monoblock burner: Atomization and combustion of liquid fuels.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Effervescent atomization is characterised by bubbling a small amount of gas into the liquid upstream of the exit orifice, thereby forming a two-phase flow. Simplified transparent atomizer was used to observe two-phase flow of light heating oil and air mixture inside the atomizer. Specific flow patterns for different operating conditions were recognised and compared with results acquired using of published two-phase flow maps. As effervescent atomizer sprays tend to be unsteady under some operating conditions, a method for mixture instability measurement was developed and applied.

English abstract

Effervescent atomization is characterised by bubbling a small amount of gas into the liquid upstream of the exit orifice, thereby forming a two-phase flow. Simplified transparent atomizer was used to observe two-phase flow of light heating oil and air mixture inside the atomizer. Specific flow patterns for different operating conditions were recognised and compared with results acquired using of published two-phase flow maps. As effervescent atomizer sprays tend to be unsteady under some operating conditions, a method for mixture instability measurement was developed and applied.

Released

01.04.2004

Publisher

Žilinská universita v Žiline v EDIS-vydavatelstve ŽU

Location

Žilina

ISBN

80-8070-234-9

Book

Aplikácia experimentálnych a numerických metód v mechanike tekutín

Pages from

115

Pages to

120

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT12721,
  author="Jaroslav {Sláma} and Miroslav {Jícha} and Jan {Jedelský}",
  title="Development of low emission monoblock burner: Atomization and combustion of liquid fuels.",
  annote="Effervescent atomization is characterised by bubbling a small amount of gas into the liquid upstream of the exit orifice, thereby forming a two-phase flow. Simplified transparent atomizer was used to observe two-phase flow of light heating oil and air mixture inside the atomizer. Specific flow patterns for different operating conditions were recognised and compared with results acquired using of published two-phase flow maps. As effervescent atomizer sprays tend to be unsteady under some operating conditions, a method for mixture instability measurement was developed and applied.",
  address="Žilinská universita v Žiline v EDIS-vydavatelstve ŽU",
  booktitle="Aplikácia experimentálnych a numerických metód v mechanike tekutín",
  chapter="12721",
  institution="Žilinská universita v Žiline v EDIS-vydavatelstve ŽU",
  year="2004",
  month="april",
  pages="115",
  publisher="Žilinská universita v Žiline v EDIS-vydavatelstve ŽU",
  type="conference paper"
}