AEROTHERMOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CARBON PARTICLE COMBUSTION.

A. Makino, Chung King Law

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Abstract

Because of the practical importance of coal, considerable amount of research has been conducted on the combustion of single particles of carbon. Much of the theoretical accomplishments have been adequately reviewed by Libby and Blake (1979), and by Matalon (1980, 1981). The present study can be considered to be an extension of the worthwhile contribution of Libby and Blake along the following directions. The primary objective is to assess the relative rates of the various homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions on the consumption rate of carbon.

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Fuel Technology

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