Publication detail

Tri-fluid atomizer for waste fuel combustion with reduced exhaust gas emissions

JEDELSKÝ, J. JÍCHA, M. OTÁHAL, J. SLÁMA, J.

Original Title

Tri-fluid atomizer for waste fuel combustion with reduced exhaust gas emissions

English Title

Tri-fluid atomizer for waste fuel combustion with reduced exhaust gas emissions

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper describes a design of atomizer for simultaneous atomization of polymer solution and cracked oil. High viscosity of the polymer solution and presence of solid particles up to 2mm in diameter leads to usage of effervescent nozzle with large exit orifice diameter in the axis of the atomizer. Steam is used as an atomizing medium. The cracked oil is atomized by a multi-hole Y-jet nozzle in a satellite configuration. Operation characteristics of the atomizer are studied on the cold test bench. Spray parameters are measured by Phase/Doppler Particle Analyser. Also the first results of exhaust gas emissions from combustion are presented.

English abstract

The paper describes a design of atomizer for simultaneous atomization of polymer solution and cracked oil. High viscosity of the polymer solution and presence of solid particles up to 2mm in diameter leads to usage of effervescent nozzle with large exit orifice diameter in the axis of the atomizer. Steam is used as an atomizing medium. The cracked oil is atomized by a multi-hole Y-jet nozzle in a satellite configuration. Operation characteristics of the atomizer are studied on the cold test bench. Spray parameters are measured by Phase/Doppler Particle Analyser. Also the first results of exhaust gas emissions from combustion are presented.

Keywords

Tri-Fluid Atomizer, Effervescent Nozzle, Waste Fuels, Reduced Exhaust Gas Emissions

RIV year

2007

Released

16.09.2007

Publisher

Florida State University

Location

Tallahassee

Pages from

135

Pages to

141

Pages count

7

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT23844,
  author="Jan {Jedelský} and Miroslav {Jícha} and Jan {Otáhal} and Jaroslav {Sláma}",
  title="Tri-fluid atomizer for waste fuel combustion with reduced exhaust gas emissions",
  annote="The paper describes a design of atomizer for simultaneous atomization of polymer solution and cracked oil. High viscosity of the polymer solution and presence of solid particles up to 2mm in diameter leads to usage of effervescent nozzle with large exit orifice diameter in the axis of the atomizer. Steam is used as an atomizing medium. The cracked oil is atomized by a multi-hole Y-jet nozzle in a satellite configuration. Operation characteristics of the atomizer are studied on the cold test bench. Spray parameters are measured by Phase/Doppler Particle Analyser. Also the first results of exhaust gas emissions from combustion are presented.",
  address="Florida State University",
  booktitle="Flucome 2007",
  chapter="23844",
  institution="Florida State University",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="135--141",
  publisher="Florida State University",
  type="conference paper"
}